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Culturally Relevant Practice Frameworks And Application In Adult Education, Patrice B. French Jun 2019

Culturally Relevant Practice Frameworks And Application In Adult Education, Patrice B. French

Adult Education Research Conference

This literature review examines the use of three frameworks on culturally relevant practices influence on adult education, by comparing framework components to andragogical principles and process elements.


Teaching, Learning, And Collaborating: Voices From Instructional Designers When Preparing Graduate Faculty For Online Instruction, Dr. Mattyna Stephens Jan 2019

Teaching, Learning, And Collaborating: Voices From Instructional Designers When Preparing Graduate Faculty For Online Instruction, Dr. Mattyna Stephens

Adult Education Research Conference

The research sought to explore the experiences of eight instructional designers when preparing graduate faculty for online instruction and design.


Resources For Military Veterans In Higher Education: A Web-Based Content Analysis, Thomas R. Cruise, Mitsunori Misawa Jan 2019

Resources For Military Veterans In Higher Education: A Web-Based Content Analysis, Thomas R. Cruise, Mitsunori Misawa

Adult Education Research Conference

The purpose of this proposed web-based content analysis presentation is to explore the available resources for military veterans pursuing higher educational opportunities.


Four-Dimensional Model For Doctoral Student Support, Simone C. Conceição, Lilian H. Hill Jan 2019

Four-Dimensional Model For Doctoral Student Support, Simone C. Conceição, Lilian H. Hill

Adult Education Research Conference

Doctoral education demands significant time, energy, financial, and emotional commitments. Depending on the characteristics of the doctoral student, barriers to completion and challenges with the doctoral process can require unique types of support. The purpose of this paper is to examine institutional and instructional support that lead to doctoral student progress and propose a model involving social, emotional, mental, and behavioral dimensions that derive strategies for doctoral student support.


What’S In A Learning Theory? A Comparison Of Contemporary Learning Theories, Their Shared Elements, And Their Vision Of Society’S Role In Learning, Alexis Cherewka Jan 2019

What’S In A Learning Theory? A Comparison Of Contemporary Learning Theories, Their Shared Elements, And Their Vision Of Society’S Role In Learning, Alexis Cherewka

Adult Education Research Conference

Through discourse analysis of major theories of learning, this paper analyzes the role attributed to the social in contemporary learning theories in the field of adult education.


Retrieval Practice As Process In Self-Directed Learning: New Philosophical Directions For Self-Directed Learning, Daniel A. Parker, Kevin M. Roessger Jan 2019

Retrieval Practice As Process In Self-Directed Learning: New Philosophical Directions For Self-Directed Learning, Daniel A. Parker, Kevin M. Roessger

Adult Education Research Conference

We explain retrieval practice and its potential benefits for adult self-directed learners. Moreover, we argue functional contextualism as an alternative research philosophy to self-directed learning’s humanist assumptions.


“Can You Just Move The Curtain?”: Stories Of Women From The Educational Underclass At The College Door, Janet Kaplan-Bucciarelli Jan 2019

“Can You Just Move The Curtain?”: Stories Of Women From The Educational Underclass At The College Door, Janet Kaplan-Bucciarelli

Adult Education Research Conference

This study explores prospective students’ lives and beliefs about college, and proposes principles and practices that respond holistically to learners’ strengths and vulnerabilities rather than emphasizing academic deficiencies.


Profound Leadership And Adult Education: An Integrative Review Of The Literature, Heidi Scott, Davin J. Carr-Chellman, Leslie Hammes Jan 2019

Profound Leadership And Adult Education: An Integrative Review Of The Literature, Heidi Scott, Davin J. Carr-Chellman, Leslie Hammes

Adult Education Research Conference

This integrative literature review presents profound leadership through the lens of key characteristics of servant leadership, authentic leadership, level five leadership, profound leadership, transformational leadership, and spiritual leadership.


Bridging The Community And Police Divide Through The Planning Table, Kyle Znamenak Jan 2019

Bridging The Community And Police Divide Through The Planning Table, Kyle Znamenak

Adult Education Research Conference

This roundtable highlights how an urban higher education institution used its capital to develop a police training program that met the needs of the police departments and communities they serve.


Erotica As Public Pedagogy: Learning Identity Through Popular Cultural Sources, Carolyn Meeker, Craig M. Mcgill Jan 2019

Erotica As Public Pedagogy: Learning Identity Through Popular Cultural Sources, Carolyn Meeker, Craig M. Mcgill

Adult Education Research Conference

Women who are feminist and submissive struggle to learn about and navigate their identities. This study found popular cultural texts played a key role in identity construction for these women.


Curation In Education: Implications For Adult Educators In Teaching And Research, Catherine A. Cherrstrom, Carrie Boden Jan 2019

Curation In Education: Implications For Adult Educators In Teaching And Research, Catherine A. Cherrstrom, Carrie Boden

Adult Education Research Conference

This systematic and integrative literature review examined curation in education with implications for adult educators in teaching and research and adult students in learning.


Serving The World Or Building A Profession: The Confounding Dilemmas Of Mid-Twentieth Century Academic Adult Education, Amy D. Rose, Catherine A. Hansman Jan 2019

Serving The World Or Building A Profession: The Confounding Dilemmas Of Mid-Twentieth Century Academic Adult Education, Amy D. Rose, Catherine A. Hansman

Adult Education Research Conference

This paper discusses the development and growth of an adult education professoriate and especially the growth and expansion of the CPAE in the 1950s and 1960s.


Unexpected Learning: Development Of The Cop And Its Members #Generational-Shift, Carol A. Olszewski Ma, Mt-Bc, Kyle A. Znamenak Ma, Keli B. Pontikos Ma, Toni M. Paoletta Med, Catherine A. Hansman Phd, Karie A. Coffman Phd, Matthew L. Selker Mpa Jan 2019

Unexpected Learning: Development Of The Cop And Its Members #Generational-Shift, Carol A. Olszewski Ma, Mt-Bc, Kyle A. Znamenak Ma, Keli B. Pontikos Ma, Toni M. Paoletta Med, Catherine A. Hansman Phd, Karie A. Coffman Phd, Matthew L. Selker Mpa

Adult Education Research Conference

Our research explores how multigenerational CoPs may provide graduate students, particularly doctoral students, the space to explore and develop their professional identities and find their scholarly voices.


Profound Learning And Transformative Learning: Characteristics And Comparisons, Davin J. Carr-Chellman, Michael Kroth, Carol Rogers Shaw Jan 2019

Profound Learning And Transformative Learning: Characteristics And Comparisons, Davin J. Carr-Chellman, Michael Kroth, Carol Rogers Shaw

Adult Education Research Conference

This exploratory, theoretical study develops the concept of profound learning through a mutual interrogation of the literature and research of transformative learning.


Practicing A Culturally Responsive Feminist Pedagogy In Higher Education: An Examination Of A Feminist Classroom From The Perspective Of Transformative Learning, Mitsunori Misawa, Juanita Johnson-Bailey Jan 2019

Practicing A Culturally Responsive Feminist Pedagogy In Higher Education: An Examination Of A Feminist Classroom From The Perspective Of Transformative Learning, Mitsunori Misawa, Juanita Johnson-Bailey

Adult Education Research Conference

The purpose of our presentation is to explore how non-White professors, an Asian male pre-tenured professor and a Black female tenured full professor, negotiated their power in their feminist classroom.


Transformative Learning And Identity: A Review And Synthesis Of Dirkx And Illeris, Cheryl K. Baldwin Jan 2019

Transformative Learning And Identity: A Review And Synthesis Of Dirkx And Illeris, Cheryl K. Baldwin

Adult Education Research Conference

This review explores transformative learning and identity focusing on the works of John Dirkx and Knud Illeris. The synthesis creates a theoretical framework for research and continuing professional education practice.


Paulo Freire As Learning Theorist, John Holst Jan 2019

Paulo Freire As Learning Theorist, John Holst

Adult Education Research Conference

I defend the thesis that Paulo Freire had a theory of learning. Contrary to what learning theorists sustain, I present a theory of learning in Freire’s work.


Flourishing Young Adults: Lived Lifelong Learning Experiences Through Civic Participation, Junghwan Kim, Christiana G. Horn, Kasie T. Crall, Lisa B. Friesen Jan 2019

Flourishing Young Adults: Lived Lifelong Learning Experiences Through Civic Participation, Junghwan Kim, Christiana G. Horn, Kasie T. Crall, Lisa B. Friesen

Adult Education Research Conference

This phenomenological study aims to examine the lived learning experiences of eight young adults who participated in two AmeriCorps organizations and how those experiences impacted their civic engagement.


Exploring Team Growth And Fixed Mindsets In Work Teams At A Large Korean Corporation, Soo Jeoung Han, Bora Jin, Jihye Oh Jan 2019

Exploring Team Growth And Fixed Mindsets In Work Teams At A Large Korean Corporation, Soo Jeoung Han, Bora Jin, Jihye Oh

Adult Education Research Conference

We conducted a qualitative study to understand how team mindsets can be manifested in work teams. We interviewed 21 participants from seven departments in one of the big corporations in Korea.


Emerging Leadership Through Coloring: Stories Of The Indiana Women Of Achievement, Michelle Glowacki-Dudka, Amy L. Baize-Ward Edd Jan 2019

Emerging Leadership Through Coloring: Stories Of The Indiana Women Of Achievement, Michelle Glowacki-Dudka, Amy L. Baize-Ward Edd

Adult Education Research Conference

Engaging adults in learning can occur through arts-based methods. Building on an oral-history project, we tell women’s leadership stories through both narrative and images through an adult coloring book.


Women Professor’S Ways Of Working In Academia, Rachel Wlodarsky, Catherine Hansman Jan 2019

Women Professor’S Ways Of Working In Academia, Rachel Wlodarsky, Catherine Hansman

Adult Education Research Conference

We address women’s development theories that might explain women professors’ academic identity, unique pressures faced by women faculty members, and how these issues impact work-life balance.


Examining Effective Teaching Practices In Higher Education, Toni M. Paoletta Med Jan 2019

Examining Effective Teaching Practices In Higher Education, Toni M. Paoletta Med

Adult Education Research Conference

Contingent faculty represent the largest instructional group in higher education today yet few receive any andragogic training prior to teaching. Does this impact their effectiveness in the classroom?


Photo-Essay And Adult Immigrants’ Identities And Agency, Kay Yang Jan 2019

Photo-Essay And Adult Immigrants’ Identities And Agency, Kay Yang

Adult Education Research Conference

Drawing on a photo-essay creation project conducted with a group of adult immigrants in a metropolitan area, I explore how the visual method can contribute to their identity construction and empowerment and question how we know.


Global 1968: Implications For Adult Education In Social Movements, Maria A. Vetter Jan 2019

Global 1968: Implications For Adult Education In Social Movements, Maria A. Vetter

Adult Education Research Conference

May 2018 marked the fiftieth anniversary of one of the most revolutionary moments of the 20th Century. We will address the pedagogical aspects of the movements around the world.


Technology Use And Integration In Adult Education And Literacy Classrooms, Glenda Lynn Rose, Chih-Wei Wang, Amanda Sainz, Suresh Joshi Jan 2019

Technology Use And Integration In Adult Education And Literacy Classrooms, Glenda Lynn Rose, Chih-Wei Wang, Amanda Sainz, Suresh Joshi

Adult Education Research Conference

Instructors and programs in adult education and literacy classrooms face challenges with technology integration due to minimal internet and mobile phone service availability, and limited financial support for professional development.


Contemporary Approaches To Qualitative Research: Andragogical Strategies For Teaching And Learning, Tiffany T. Young, Wayne A. Babchuk Jan 2019

Contemporary Approaches To Qualitative Research: Andragogical Strategies For Teaching And Learning, Tiffany T. Young, Wayne A. Babchuk

Adult Education Research Conference

This inquiry provides practical guidelines for teaching and learning qualitative research methodology in adult education. Step-by-step procedures are clearly articulated for novice researchers and those new to qualitative research.


Disrupting Hostile Speech On Social Media: Indigenous Fishers And Allies Push Back For Ecojustice, Stan Goto Jan 2019

Disrupting Hostile Speech On Social Media: Indigenous Fishers And Allies Push Back For Ecojustice, Stan Goto

Adult Education Research Conference

This project considers challenges and opportunities for educators to disrupt hostile exchanges on social media concerning environmental sustainability and cultural practice. Postcolonial theory is used analyze fishing-related conversations.


Ageism In The Workplace: A Review Of The Literature, Bora Jin, Lisa Baumgartner Jan 2019

Ageism In The Workplace: A Review Of The Literature, Bora Jin, Lisa Baumgartner

Adult Education Research Conference

This literature review will examine literature concerning ageism in the workplace and the influence on older adults’ workplace learning. Findings have implications for employers, employees, and adult educators.


Dare To Know By Thyself (Sapere Aude): The Legacy Of The Enlightenment And Post Enlightenment In Working-Class Adult Education, Maria A. Vetter Jan 2019

Dare To Know By Thyself (Sapere Aude): The Legacy Of The Enlightenment And Post Enlightenment In Working-Class Adult Education, Maria A. Vetter

Adult Education Research Conference

The Enlightenment and Post Enlightenment relationship to working-class adult education is examined in the case of the working class in Chile at the turn of the 20th century.


Perspectives On Feminist Approaches To Adult Education In International Education And Development Settings, Brigette A. Herron Jan 2019

Perspectives On Feminist Approaches To Adult Education In International Education And Development Settings, Brigette A. Herron

Adult Education Research Conference

This empirical paper describes the preliminary results of a qualitative interview study about the feminist pedagogy of women adult educators teaching in international and development settings.