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Learning “En Passant”: The Forgotten Dimension, Jost Reischmann Prof. Dr. Jan 1986

Learning “En Passant”: The Forgotten Dimension, Jost Reischmann Prof. Dr.

Reischmann, Jost

"Lifewide learning" is understood as a continuous life process, including formal as well as self-directed learning, but also unintentional learning, "learning en passant" (learning by passing by). Focusing on this type of learning seeks to broaden the understanding of learning and asks about the consequences for the theory and practice of Adult Education.


Teaching Academic Career Paths: Implications For Faculty Development, Mary Deane Sorcinelli Jan 1986

Teaching Academic Career Paths: Implications For Faculty Development, Mary Deane Sorcinelli

Mary Deane Sorcinelli

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Work And Life Away From Work: Predictors Of Faculty Satisfaction, Mary Deane Sorcinelli Jan 1986

Work And Life Away From Work: Predictors Of Faculty Satisfaction, Mary Deane Sorcinelli

Mary Deane Sorcinelli

As one aspect of a study on faculty career development, relationships between work and life away from work were explored for 112 faculty members. The sample, from one department in the humanities and one in the natural sciences and from two professional schools, was stratified by academic rank and sex. The study employed in-depth interviews followed by questionnaires. Results of regression analyses indicated that both aspects of work and life outside of work were related to work satisfaction; likewise, work as well as nonwork conditions were associated with satisfaction in life away from work. Second, work and aspects of life ...