Empowering Literacy Workers Through Learner-Centered Environments
This paper describes a professional development initiative that models learner centered approaches for at-risk urban adults. Specific strategies are presented and evaluated.
||Adult Learning, Professional Development, Active Learning, Learner-Centered, Adults at Risk, Action Research
International Journal of Learning, Volume 12, Issue 9, pp.109-114.
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Kathleen P. King is director of the Regional Educational Technology Center and Professor of Adult Education and Human Resource Development at Fordham University's Graduate School of Education in New York City. She has 20 years experience in adult education, teaching and research in a variety of settings and is author/co-author of three books on the professional development of educators.
Barbara P. Heuer currently teaches in and coordinates the Masters Program in Adult Education and Human Resource Development at Fordham University. With 20 years experience in adult education and information technology, her research interests are adult development and online learning.
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