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Second international handbook of lifelong learning. Pt. 1

Author: David N Aspin
Publisher: Dordrecht Springer 2012
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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In its second edition, this book is extensive, innovative, and international in scope and vision, inviting readers to engage in a critical re-appraisal of the theme of "lifelong learning" with  Read more...

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Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: David N Aspin
ISBN: 9789400723597 9400723598
OCLC Number: 839694001
Contents: Foreword; Arne Carlsen.- Acknowledgements.- Introduction and Overview; David N. Aspin, Karen Evans, Judith D. Chapman and Richard Bagnall.- Part I: History, Theory, and Philosophy; Section Editor: David N. Aspin.- 1. Towards a Philosophy of Lifelong Learning; David N. Aspin and Judith D. Chapman.- 2. The Changing University, Lifelong Learning and Personal Fulfilment; Robin St. C. Barrow and Patrick Keeney.- 3. Lifelong Learning: A Language Game in Search of its Rules; Peter Gilroy.- 4. Organisational Contexts for Lifelong Learning: Individual and Collective Learning Configurations; Colin Evers.- 5. Democratic Inclusion and Lifelong Learning in a Globalizing World; Penny Enslin and Mary Tjiattas.- 6. On Learning and Cosmopolitanism in Education; Yusef Waghid.- 7. It is the Person who Learns; Peter Jarvis.- 8. Of Maestros and Muscles: Expertise and Practices at Work; David Beckett.- 9. Continuing Professional Development and the Triadic Conception of Lifelong Learning; Mal Leicester.- 10. Lifelong Education: Some Deweyan Themes; Ivan A. Snook.- 11. Lifelong Learning: A Post-Human Condition?; Richard Edwards.- 12. Reflections on a Definition: Revisiting the Meaning of Learning; Jan Visser.- 13. Egalitarian Policy Formulation in Lifelong Learning: Two Models of Lifelong Education and Social Justice for Young People in Europe; Melanie Walker.- 14. Focusing on the he(art): Lifelong, Life wide, and Life deep Learning in the time of HIV and AIDS; Shirley Walters.- 15. Lifelong Learning, Mindfulness and the Affective Domain of Education; Terry Hyland.- 16. Coming to Terms with the Learning Society: Between Autobiography and Politics; Kenneth Wain.- Part II: The Policy Challenge; Section Editor: Karen Evans.- 17. Life Chances, Learning and the Dynamics of Risk in the Life Course; Karen Evans, Ingrid Schoon and Martin Weale.- 18. Lifelong Learning and Life-wide Work in Precarious Times: Reversing Policy-making Optics; David W. Livingstone.- 19. Liquidation of Labour Markets and Adult Education in China; Atsushi Makino.- 20. Three Translations Revisited: Lifelong Learning in Singapore; Kaori Okumoto.- 21. Lifelong Learning: Innovation, Policy and Institutions.- Catherine Casey.- 22. Higher Education and Lifelong Learning: Renewing the Educational and Social Mission of Universities in Europe; Lynne Chisholm.- 23. The Institutionalisation of Lifelong Learning in Australia, Hong Kong and the United States: A Bridge to the Community or a Competitor to the University?; Wing-On Lee and Josephine Fleming.- 24. Perspectives on Lifelong Learning in Africa; Moses Otieno Oketch.- 25. Lifelong Learning and the Teaching Occupation: Tracking Policy Effects of Governing Ideas on Occupational (Re)Ordering; Terri Seddon and Amy Bohren.- 26. Transformative Environmental Education within Social Justice Models: Lessons from Comparing Adult Ecopedagogy within North and South America; Greg Misiaszek.- 27. Current Trends in Lifelong Learning in the Russian Federation: Current Developments; Joseph Zajda.- 28. Regulating the Professionals: Critical Perspectives on Professional Learning and Education Policies; Miriam Zukas.- Part III: Programmes and Practices; Section Editor: Judith D. Chapman.- 29. Lifelong Learning in OECD and Developing Countries: An Interpretation and Assessment; Abrar Hasan.- 30. No Royal Road: Mapping the Curriculum for Lifelong Learning; Malcolm Skilbeck.- 31. Schools and Lifelong Learning: The Importance of Schools as Core Centres for Learning in the Community; Judith D. Chapman and David N. Aspin.- 32. Schools and the Foundation for Lifelong Learning; Phillip McKenzie.- 33. The Learning Journey: Lifelong Professional Learning for Leaders in Faith-based Schools; Judith D. Chapman and Michael T. Buchanan.- 34. Lifelong Learning as a Reference Framework for Technical and Further Education; Nic Gara.- 35. Libraries, Literacies and Lifelong learning: The Practices within Higher Education Institutions; Tatum McPherson-Crowie.- 36. Lifelong Learning - How Far Have We Come?; Ruth Dunkin.- 37. Acquiring Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities Across a Lifetime by Transferring to One's Own Practice; Sandra R. Daffron, Iris Metzgen-Ohlswager, Shari Skinner, Loretta Saarinen.- 38. The Contribution of the Adult Community Education Sector in Australia to Lifelong Learning; Veronica Volkoff.- 39. Lifelong or Longlife? Learning in the later years; Alexandra Withnall.- 40. Lifelong Learning to Revitalize Community - Case Studies of Citizens' Learning Initiatives in Japan; Yukiko Sawano.- 41. Learning Cities and Learning Regions - Helping to Make the World a Better Place; Norman Longworth.- Part IV: A Critical Stocktaking; Section Editor: Richard G. Bagnall.- 42. Lifelong Learning as a Flag of Convenience; Roger Boshier.- 43. Lifelong Learning, Contemporary Capitalism and Postmodernity: A Selected Reading; Robin Usher.- 44. The Economic Context of Lifelong Learning; John Halliday.- 45. Lifelong Learning as a Policy Process: A Case Study from Australia; John McIntyre.- 46. Informal Learning: A Vital Component of Lifelong Learning; Paul Hager.- 47. A Critical Approach to Work: The Contribution of Work-based Learning to Lifelong Learning; Lorna Unwin.- 48. `Really Useful Knowledge' or `Merely Useful' Lifelong Learning?; Jim Crowther.- 49. The Interplay between Lifelong Learning and Vocational Education and Training; Gavin Moodie.- 50. Networking and Partnerships: Another Road to Lifelong Learning; Chris Duke.- 51. Universities, New Technologies, and Lifelong Learning; Patrick Keeney and Robin Barrow.- 52. The Impact of Lifelong Learning on Organizations; Karen E. Watkins, Victoria Marsick and Young Saing Kim.- 53. The Impact of Lifelong Learning on Communities; Stephen Brookfield.- 54. Is Lifelong Learning Making a Difference? Research-based Evidence on the Impact of Adult Learning; John Field.- 55. Transformation or Accommodation? A Re-assessment of Lifelong Learning; Richard G. Bagnall.- List of Contributors.- Index.
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