Concluding Reflections.

Over the course of five years as a post-secondary instructor, I gradually incorporated my ongoing learning in education into practical form. Applications of this learning included curriculum development, lesson planning, classroom methods, and assessment development. Over the last year, I had the opportunity to refine this work further and to consider it in the context … Read more

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Taylor (1986). Learning for self-direction in the classroom: The pattern of a transition process.

Taylor, M. (1986). Learning for self-direction in the classroom: The pattern of a transition process – Studies in Higher Education. Studies in Higher Education, 11(1), 55-72. doi: 10.1080/03075078612331378461. [Research into the learning process from the learner’s perspective. Paper and associated model was recommended by W. Hardman. – oki] Headings: Introduction (p 55) Method (p 56) … Read more

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Conley & Barot (2001). A UNESCO View of Adult Education and Civil Society.

Conley, M. W., & Barot, É. (2001). A UNESCO View of Adult Education and Civil Society. In D. H. Poonwassie & A. Poonwassie (Eds.), Fundamentals of adult education: issues and practices for lifelong learning (1st ed., pp. 189-202). Thompson Educational Publishing. Headings: Learning How To Value Democracy … 190 Exploring the Linkages between Adult Education … Read more

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Critique of Teaching Model Presentations.

This paper reflects on teaching model presentations given as part of the current graduate studies course. This paper provides a critique and analysis of social models of teaching as presented by the author and his team-mates, with a discussion of the lesson plan, strategies, and lesson effectiveness. Critiques, analyses, and comparisons are made of teaching … Read more

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An Observation of Classroom Teaching.

This paper examines the classroom teaching practice, influences, and philosophy of an individual instructor at a Canadian community college. The instructor was observed in a classroom setting during a normally scheduled class time. During a subsequent interview, the instructor provided his reflections on this instance of classroom teaching and on his teaching techniques and philosophy … Read more

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