1 edition of Adult education and community action. found in the catalog.
|Statement||Writers and Readers Publishing Cooperative|
|Publishers||Writers and Readers Publishing Cooperative|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 106 p. :|
|Number of Pages||78|
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The question then becomes, why has the book been paid so little attention? 1933: 39 Process There are considerable dangers in transplanting old conceptions from the schooling of children into adult learning — and into the exploration of experience in general.
At this point, she was particularly concerned with the state of the literacy programmes aimed at immigrants. Believed to be in the public domain sourced from Wikimedia. 1982 Community Education and Community Development, Dundee: Dundee College of Education. New York: Syracuse University Publications in Continuing Education. The township had been founded in 1891 as a community for Russian and Polish Jewish immigrants Kempler 2016.
She went on to deepen her awareness of psychological processes in her later career — and it would have been fascinating if she could have had the opportunity to revisit these concerns in later life.
Having used questionnaires to examine the views of public librarians and parent education workers, she and Elizabeth M Smith from Albany NY Public Library brought together the parties in a round table discussion to explore the findings see Smith 1937.
Most of the books produced about adult education at this time came from the pens of men and were probably typed by the fingers of women. Coordination and cooperation with government departments and NGOs involved in community development activities facilitates the implementation and success of community-based literacy and development projects.
2 million were children of primary school age 6-11 years old , 1.
Review of Adult Education and the Social Scene, American Journal of Sociology 41: 1 July.