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Learning In Transitions: Migrant Women Reflecting On Life Trajectories And Constructing Self-Identity, Heh Youn Shin Jan 2027

Learning In Transitions: Migrant Women Reflecting On Life Trajectories And Constructing Self-Identity, Heh Youn Shin

Adult Education Research Conference

The purpose of this paper is to examine how foreign wives in Korea present themselves in relation to the dominant discourse surrounding them through stories of migration and marriage experiences.


Using Micro-Credentials To Promote Effective Teacher Professional Development: A Case Study From Xi’An Jiaotong-Liverpool University, Lan Luo, Jian Chen Jun 2023

Using Micro-Credentials To Promote Effective Teacher Professional Development: A Case Study From Xi’An Jiaotong-Liverpool University, Lan Luo, Jian Chen

Adult Education Research Conference

This study illuminates the characteristics of micro-credentials, which can effectively meet the needs of working professionals in higher education for teacher professional development and career competence-building.


University Image: A Strategic Moderator Between Justice Dimensions And Service Recovery Satisfaction In Open And Distance Learning (Odl) Context?, Mohd Rushidi Mohd Amin Dr, Vinesh Maran Sivakumaran Dr Jun 2023

University Image: A Strategic Moderator Between Justice Dimensions And Service Recovery Satisfaction In Open And Distance Learning (Odl) Context?, Mohd Rushidi Mohd Amin Dr, Vinesh Maran Sivakumaran Dr

Adult Education Research Conference

This study investigated the relationships between perceived justice with justice dimensions (distributive, procedural, interpersonal, and informational), university image, service recovery satisfaction through a survey of 303 ODL students in Malaysia who experienced a service failure and subsequently a service recovery effort.


Kanwork Covid-19 Vaccine Initiative, Mazanah Muhamad, Nor Aida Maskor, Asmah Ismail, Nik Hasnaa Nik Mahmood Jun 2023

Kanwork Covid-19 Vaccine Initiative, Mazanah Muhamad, Nor Aida Maskor, Asmah Ismail, Nik Hasnaa Nik Mahmood

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COVID-19 triggered the need for vaccination. A mixed method inquiry revealed that KanWork Cancer Society’s vaccination initiative was successful in educating members to make informed decision to vaccinate.


Jan Shikshan Sansthan - Ministry Of Skill Development And Entrepreneurship, Government Of India Scheme For Non/Neo Literates – A Case Study, Yugant Patra Jun 2023

Jan Shikshan Sansthan - Ministry Of Skill Development And Entrepreneurship, Government Of India Scheme For Non/Neo Literates – A Case Study, Yugant Patra

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The Jan Shikshan Sansthan (JSS) (translated into English as People Education Institute) is an initiative of the Ministry of Skill Development and Entrepreneurship, Government of India to improve occupational skills and technical knowledge of non/neo literates and persons having a rudimentary level of education but not completing high school in rural and semi-urban areas. The initiative aims to increase efficiency, increase productive ability, and enhance livelihood opportunities for such individuals specially targeted towards underprivileged sections of society. With the transformation in the open economy and social setup of India over the years, this initiative has become important in the economic …


The Adult Immigrant Woman: Testimonio Of Her Educational Pathways, Cindy Peña Jun 2023

The Adult Immigrant Woman: Testimonio Of Her Educational Pathways, Cindy Peña

Adult Education Research Conference

The purpose of this qualitative study was to document the educational experiences of adult Mexican immigrants and their convivencia in an adult English as a second language (ESL) classroom.


An Analysis Of The Professional Development Path Of British Community Educators From The Perspective Of Professional Jurisdiction, Xiaohan Ye Jun 2023

An Analysis Of The Professional Development Path Of British Community Educators From The Perspective Of Professional Jurisdiction, Xiaohan Ye

Adult Education Research Conference

This paper adopted the theoretical framework of professional jurisdiction is adopted to presents a picture of the professional evolution of community educators in the UK.


A Mechanism Of Customizing Learning Programs For Older Adults' Lifelong Learning, Hidetsugu Suto, Qianran Wang Jun 2023

A Mechanism Of Customizing Learning Programs For Older Adults' Lifelong Learning, Hidetsugu Suto, Qianran Wang

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Many of the Asian countries are facing aging society problems, and lifelong learning is becoming more and more important. In order to provide the chances to join the learning programs for older adults, suitable learning programs must be provided. However, designing learning programs for older adults is not easy because they are in various physical and mental conditions. To approach the problem, the authors have proposed a mechanism for personalizing learning programs for older adults. In this paper, algorithm and data structures of the mechanism is explained, and examples of the results are shown.


The Path And Enlightenment Of Data-Driven Digital Transformation Of Organizational Learning ——A Case Study Of The Practice Of China Telecom, Siyuan Xu, Wenhao Yu, Guanghua Jiang Jun 2023

The Path And Enlightenment Of Data-Driven Digital Transformation Of Organizational Learning ——A Case Study Of The Practice Of China Telecom, Siyuan Xu, Wenhao Yu, Guanghua Jiang

Adult Education Research Conference

This paper took China Telecom as a case. It has analyzed data-driven digital transformation in organizational learning, and summarized the methods and enlightenments of digital transformation.


Bildung In Germany And Its Implications For Chinese Adult Language Education, 蕊 华 Jun 2023

Bildung In Germany And Its Implications For Chinese Adult Language Education, 蕊 华

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Examining and integrating the Bildung theories of Wilhelm von Humboldt and Lene Rachel Andersen, this paper suggests implications to overcome the current challenges in Chinese adult language education.


Community Transformation: Asian American Community Leaders, Brian Ahn Jan 2023

Community Transformation: Asian American Community Leaders, Brian Ahn

Adult Education Research Conference

Utilizing in-depth interviews, theories, and concepts in analysis, this study examines how a group of Asian American leaders transformed their community politically, socially, and economically.


President Of Everything: Mothering During Covid, Edith Gnanadass, Alison Happel-Parkins, Katharina Azim, Keishana L. Barnes, Mary Hilgeman Neal Jan 2023

President Of Everything: Mothering During Covid, Edith Gnanadass, Alison Happel-Parkins, Katharina Azim, Keishana L. Barnes, Mary Hilgeman Neal

Adult Education Research Conference

This roundtable explores narrative data collected from seven women in the U.S. Midsouth about their mothering experiences during COVID-19. The focus will be on their socio-emotional and informal learning.


Facilitating Online Communities For Educators, Managers, And Leaders, Lily Drabkin Jan 2023

Facilitating Online Communities For Educators, Managers, And Leaders, Lily Drabkin

Adult Education Research Conference

This paper explores strategies for promoting social learning among adult peers in online classrooms and workspaces. It examines the challenges faced by facilitators and leaders in fostering social learning in an increasingly digital context and offers solutions for overcoming these challenges.


Learning, Challenges, And Resistance: An Ethnographic Case Study On The Experiences Of Job Seekers In A Public Access Computer Lab, Jennifer Kobrin Jan 2023

Learning, Challenges, And Resistance: An Ethnographic Case Study On The Experiences Of Job Seekers In A Public Access Computer Lab, Jennifer Kobrin

Adult Education Research Conference

This ethnographic case study focused on 19 job seekers in an urban public access computer lab to explore their challenges, learning, and criticality as related to digital platforms and systems.


Activist Board Games In Adult Education: Educational Philosophies, Learning Theories And Game Mechanics, Kamil M. Gerónimo-López Jan 2023

Activist Board Games In Adult Education: Educational Philosophies, Learning Theories And Game Mechanics, Kamil M. Gerónimo-López

Adult Education Research Conference

The use and design of activism board games in popular education are unexplored. This study explores the board game Rise-Up (TESA Collective, 2017). To gather data, game aesthetics were observed and analyzed. At least two issues are worth examining from an adult education lens, the operationalization of critical thinking and the relationship between educational goals and game mechanics.


Girl Let Me Tell You: Using Black Feminist Theory, Professional Counterspaces, And Endarkened Narrative Inquiry To Explore Narratives Of Black Women Professional Staff In Higher Education, Fredrika Cowley Jan 2023

Girl Let Me Tell You: Using Black Feminist Theory, Professional Counterspaces, And Endarkened Narrative Inquiry To Explore Narratives Of Black Women Professional Staff In Higher Education, Fredrika Cowley

Adult Education Research Conference

This presentation focuses on the theoretical framework and methodology utilized to explore the lived experiences of Black women professional staff in higher education and professional counterspaces as sites of resistance.


How The Study On Jane Addams Work At Hull House Brings New Potential For International Adult Education Discussions?, Agnieszka Naumiuk Jan 2023

How The Study On Jane Addams Work At Hull House Brings New Potential For International Adult Education Discussions?, Agnieszka Naumiuk

Adult Education Research Conference

The discussion ponts will be raised around the international research on Jane Addams practice as social educator and a discovery of adult education through social activism and empathetic knowledge use.


Considerations Toward How Movements Learn From And Educate Each Other: Global Histories From Below From A Pedagogical Standpoint, John Holst, Maria A. Vetter, Mai Atta, Kamil Gerónimo-López, Javier Campos-Martínez Jan 2023

Considerations Toward How Movements Learn From And Educate Each Other: Global Histories From Below From A Pedagogical Standpoint, John Holst, Maria A. Vetter, Mai Atta, Kamil Gerónimo-López, Javier Campos-Martínez

Adult Education Research Conference

Using the concept of world histories from below, we present research on the global flow of ideas, protest repertoires, and pedagogies across three social movements in three countries.


Pathways To Adult Education For Emerging Adults Surviving Poverty, Crayal V. Sisuse Jan 2023

Pathways To Adult Education For Emerging Adults Surviving Poverty, Crayal V. Sisuse

Adult Education Research Conference

This research seeks to investigate African American emerging adults living in under-resourced communities while pursuing education and career pathways. In this study, the researcher will employ the emerging adult theory.


Digital Transformation Of Enterprise Learning: A Case Study Of China Telecom, Jiaqi He, Yuanyuan Gong, Yingying Hu Jan 2023

Digital Transformation Of Enterprise Learning: A Case Study Of China Telecom, Jiaqi He, Yuanyuan Gong, Yingying Hu

Adult Education Research Conference

This study aimed to explore the digital transformation of enterprise learning. Through the case study of China Telecom, we studied how it transformed and its transformation dimensions.


A Case-Research Of Teacher-Driven Plc In A Hierarchical Organization: An Ecological Framework With Highlight In Adult Learning, Adiya Alimujiang, Qian Wang Jan 2023

A Case-Research Of Teacher-Driven Plc In A Hierarchical Organization: An Ecological Framework With Highlight In Adult Learning, Adiya Alimujiang, Qian Wang

Adult Education Research Conference

Inspired by the organizational learning philosophy, this study developed an ecological framework and applied it to examine the mechanism of a Chinese fee-paying school’s teacher professional learning activities.


The Effect Of Negative Learning-Related Emotions On Higher Education Faculty's Online Professional Development, Qian Wang, Haibo Gu, Xiaochen Lin Jan 2023

The Effect Of Negative Learning-Related Emotions On Higher Education Faculty's Online Professional Development, Qian Wang, Haibo Gu, Xiaochen Lin

Adult Education Research Conference

This research examined how faculty's negative learning-related emotions were associated with their technology acceptance and learning engagement in online professional development.


Counter-Hegemonic Pedagogy: Activism And The Life Of The Organic Intellectual, Mervin E. Chisholm Jan 2023

Counter-Hegemonic Pedagogy: Activism And The Life Of The Organic Intellectual, Mervin E. Chisholm

Adult Education Research Conference

The continuing search for counter-hegemonic pedagogy is underscored. Aspects of the search are brought into the conversation and useful approaches for advancing emancipatory pedagogy are offered and discussed.


Promoting Learning And Upskilling For Success (Plus): An Inclusive Excellence Framework To Facilitate Workplace Readiness Of Underrepresented Adult Learners (Uals), T. Christa Guilbaud, Patrick Guilbaud Jan 2023

Promoting Learning And Upskilling For Success (Plus): An Inclusive Excellence Framework To Facilitate Workplace Readiness Of Underrepresented Adult Learners (Uals), T. Christa Guilbaud, Patrick Guilbaud

Adult Education Research Conference

We propose Promoting Learning and Upskilling for Success, an inclusive excellence framework developed to help underrepresented adult learners gain the knowledge and competence needed for the modern workplace.


Piaac’S Role In Global Food Security: Evidence From Machine Learning-Based Feature Selection Across Three Major Food Security Indicators, Sneha Roy, Jeffrey Zacharakis Jan 2023

Piaac’S Role In Global Food Security: Evidence From Machine Learning-Based Feature Selection Across Three Major Food Security Indicators, Sneha Roy, Jeffrey Zacharakis

Adult Education Research Conference

The PIAAC country dataset for 36 countries is explored to understand its role in global food security, adding to its significance in sustainable development goal four, zero hunger.


Vamos Juntos: Immigrants’ Organization Asserting Power Through Adult Learning?, Rola Tarek Mohamed Jan 2023

Vamos Juntos: Immigrants’ Organization Asserting Power Through Adult Learning?, Rola Tarek Mohamed

Adult Education Research Conference

Through the textual analysis of the curriculum of ICE Out of PA campaign, this roundtable explores politicization processes of adult learners in an immigrants' rights organization in Philadelphia, PA.


Teacher Voice In Cycles For Iterative Improvement, Carissa Maddox Jan 2023

Teacher Voice In Cycles For Iterative Improvement, Carissa Maddox

Adult Education Research Conference

Teachers in a mixed-method action research study of cycles for iterative improvement reveal that increased teacher voice would lead to stronger commitments and the likelihood of follow through.


The Fear Of Flying: Reflections On Retirement, Jeffrey Zacharakis Jan 2023

The Fear Of Flying: Reflections On Retirement, Jeffrey Zacharakis

Adult Education Research Conference

I explore how I have defined adult education through my actions and decisions, how has adult education defined who I am, and how has adult education changed during my career.


Analysis Of Online Non-Formal Education Of Social Movement Organization, Junghyun Kim Jan 2023

Analysis Of Online Non-Formal Education Of Social Movement Organization, Junghyun Kim

Adult Education Research Conference

This study aims to reveal what kinds of cognition, practices, epistemology, and identity activists encourage people to take through online education of the social movement organization, Extinction Rebellion Academy UK.


Adult E-Learning Issues In Middle East Educational Organizations Due To Covid-19 Pandemic: Challenges And Recommendations, Omniya Mohamed, Junghwan Kim Jan 2023

Adult E-Learning Issues In Middle East Educational Organizations Due To Covid-19 Pandemic: Challenges And Recommendations, Omniya Mohamed, Junghwan Kim

Adult Education Research Conference

This article reviews studies on the critical issues and challenges that adult e-learning faces in the educational sector due to the COVID-19 pandemic. The lockdown of educational organizations has forced a shift to distance learning, requiring a radical change in instructional methods. The article examines the post-pandemic learning issues that educational organizations may encounter due to the enforced e-learning process and provides recommendations for Educational Human Resources Development practitioners to overcome these challenges. A systematic literature review was conducted and analyzed to identify factors that affect adult learning during the pandemic, and the article suggests interventions that EHRD practitioners can …