Reimagining Adult Education as World Building Creating Learning Ecologies for Transformation
Adult Learning in a Migration Society
By Aliki Nicolaides, Ahreum Lim, Neal Herr, Trisha Barefield
March 18, 2024
Reimagining Adult Education as Worldbuilding offers a new way of thinking about adult education by re-envisaging how adult education works. It explores how the process of worldbuilding, or the invention of a new world or a set of concepts, can be translated into actual and feasible action when ...
By Catherine H. Monaghan, E. Paulette Isaac-Savage, Paul G. Putman
December 14, 2023
Career Pathways in Adult Education showcases the wide-ranging possibilities for a satisfying career in the field of adult education. Along with practical advice for launching and advancing a career in adult education, this book includes personal stories and insights from adult education ...
By Bob Hughes, Deanna Iceman Sands, Ted Kalmus
March 17, 2023
This book provides case studies written by practitioners from four organizations serving diverse adult learners in equitable, inclusive, and just ways. Their work employs an adapted version of the Education Deans for Justice and Equity Framework for Assessment and Transformation, a comprehensive ...
By Chad Hoggan, Tetyana Hoggan-Kloubert
December 30, 2021
Migration is an old, perhaps perpetual, phenomenon. Currently, it is an urgent challenge involving huge numbers of people who leave their home in search of a better life. Differences in language, customs, and norms are often joined by specific manifestations of xenophobia born of particular ...