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Qua T£:s ^ ON ADULT LEARNING prepared by John R A Do&son Department of Adult Education SAINT FRANCIS XAVIER UNIVERSITY •PERMISSION TO REPRODUCE THIS MATERIAL HAS BEEN GRANTED BY TO THE EOUCATIONAL RESOURCES INFORMATION CENTER (ERl C)." us OE PA« TME NT OF HE ALTH EDUCATt OMA /rf CLFAPE NATIONAL INST'TUTE OF g OUCATl ON DOC.. Hy own f ru:i trat ions with n-^t being sure what to do in a particular situation ^ere the s.'cie uolnts where leadino autnoritles seened to state cateaorij^i, but opposlnn, positions. valley, and Associates, PLANNING NONTRADITIONAL PROGRAMS: AN ANALYSIS OF IHF ISSUES FOR POSTSECONDAPr, EDUCATION, san Francisco: Jossey-Eass, 1974. KELLER'S PERSONALIZED SYSTEM OF IWSTFUCTION: \n APPRAISAL, wash., D.
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The document covers tne major learning theories, the teacher/facilitator's role, as we-Ll as tha process of facilitation^ and reflections on the management of thinking and feeling. ED t &0v PCs Ts OP - F A 0» OP" s; OSS S^A'ED 00 NO^ NFCf. As I began seelcinq ways to refino my techniques in a literature search, encountered that most.
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