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O'Connor, Peter 1872-1957

Works: 5 works in 5 publications in 1 language and 61 library holdings
Roles: Author
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Most widely held works about Peter O'Connor
Most widely held works by Peter O'Connor
Tennis tips : bite-size techniques to boost your game by Peter O'Connor( Book )

1 edition published in 2011 in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

"Tennis Tips: Bite-size Techniques to Boost Your Game covers the fundamental aspects of better tennis. Whether it's choosing a racket, picking up the basics, sharpening your mental game, shaping up with current nutrition, improving your serve or learning how to volley--you'll find it all covered here."--Page 4 of cover
Implementing Workplace Basic Education Programs by Peter O'Connor( Book )

1 edition published in 1990 in Undetermined and held by 0 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Critical Forum by Peter O'Connor( Book )

1 edition published in 1995 in Undetermined and held by 0 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Critical Forum Volume 4 Number 2 September 1995 Table of Contents: - Literacies, Texts and Difference in the Electronic Age (Colin Lankshear and Michele Knobel) - The Situated Numeracy of Pool Builders (Robyn Zevenbergen) - Competency-Based Training: Methodology or Ideology? A critical Approach – Part Two (Jon Toms) - Workers’ Cultures and Learning: A Spanner in the Works (Peter O’Connor) - Book Review Critical Forum Volume 4 Number 1 June 1995 Table of Contents: - Literacies of everyday life, development and schooling: A study of the literacy practices in an informal settlement in South Africa (Catherine Kell) - Channels of Communication and Worker Empowerment (Linda Wyse and Kathryn Brewer-Vinga) - NESB Workers’ Literacy as a Workplace Health and Safety Issue (Claire Smith and Geraldine Castleton) - Competency-Based Training: Methodology or Ideology? A Critical Approach (Jon Toms) - Notes on Authors - Book Review Critical Forum Volume 4 Number 3 December 1995 Table of Contents: - Editorial: Critical Forum Goes International - Strange Literacy Signatures and Authorship (Jane Mace) - Mary’s Story (Francis E. Kazemek) - Critical Literacy in Cyberspace (Colin Lankshear and Michael Peters) - Evaluation of the Quality Agenda: A Critical Framework (Ian Falk) - Notes on Authors - Book Review Critical Forum Volume 5 Number 1 and 2 August 1997 Table of Contents: - Paulo Freire 1921-1997 - Tributes to Paulo Freire - Editor’s Introduction - A Reassessment of Education, Language, and Cultural Imperialism: British Colonialism in India and Africa (Anthony K. Arnove and Robert F. Arnove) - Access to New Educational Technologies: Democratic Challenges (Nicholas C. Burbules and Thomas A. Callister) - Setting the Crystal Surface Free Woman and Literacy for Change (Leora Cruddas) - Collaborative Learning: Co-constructed Meaning Mediated by Language (Ian Falk) - Communities of Practice in the New Capitalism (James Paul Gee) - Globalization and Sustainability (Edgar Gonzalez Gaudino) - Critical Pedagogy and Literacy in Rural Areas of Brazil (Marcia Moraes) - Book Review (Michele Knobel) Critical Forum Volume 2 Number 3 December 1993 Table of Contents: - Quality, Science and the Lifeworld: The Alignment of Business and Education (James Paul Gee) - Beliefs about literacy: measuring women into silence / hearing women into speech (Sheryl Greenwood Gowen) - Program Evaluation (Patrick Griffin) - What is Mathematics? (Kristine Highet) - Negotiating out of Neutral in Workers’ Literacy (Peter O’Connor) - Notes of Authors - Reviews: (Michele Knobel) Valley of Words Lives of Love and Hope: A Sheffield Herstory Critical Forum Volume Number 1 May 1993 Table of Contents: - Editorial: Non Formal Education for Social Change: A Tribute to Horton of Highlander - Statement of Highlander’s Mission, November 1987 (Highlander Research and Education Centre) - Highlander Folk School: Getting Information, Going Back and Teaching It (Frank Adams) - Education as a Branch of Economics: The Universal Claims of Economic Rationalism (Simon Marginson) - An Anthropological Perspective on the Missionary Position: Employers and the National Education and Training Reform Agenda (Richard Sweet) - Notes on Authors - Reviews: We Make the Road by Walking: Conversations on Education and Social Change (Myles Horton and Paulo Freire) Jill Gillespie Critical Forum Volume 1 December 1992 Table of Contents: - Literacy for People’s Power - Workplace Basic Education: Why Have Principles? (Penny Sara) - Rethinking the Concept of Skills in the Workplace (Frank Maietta) - The Changing Workplace: The Effect of Change on Teachers Work in Adult Language and Literacy Programs (Jennifer Angwin) - Response to “Literacy Pedagogy in the Context of Industrial Change: Change Dependency or Choice?” (Giselle Mawer) - Notes on Authors - Review: Skills Formation and Gender Relations: The Politics of Who Knows What (Nancy Jackson) Leonie Jennings
Making it Happen: Developing Effective Workplace Basic Skills Programs by Peter O'Connor( Book )

1 edition published in 1992 in Undetermined and held by 0 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

This booklet has been designed for management personnel, union officials, workplace or industry trainers, community or college-based teachers working with industry, consultants and others with an involvement in workplace basic skills training. It assumes some background knowledge of the general trends and processes occurring in industry and adult education, as well as an understanding of the need for basic skills training in the workplace, the extent of that need and some level of commitment to addressing workers' basic skills requirements
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Audience level: 0.63 (from 0.08 for Tennis tip ... to 1.00 for Critical F ...)

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Peter O’Connor irischer Leichtathlet

Peter O'Connor athlète irlandais

Peter O'Connor atleet uit Ierland (1874-1957)

Peter O'Connor atleta britannico

Peter O'Connor atleta irlandés

Peter O'Connor lekkoatleta irlandzki, skoczek w dal