Picture: "Lifelong Learning", 2 Franklin Town Blvd.(the Fountains at Logan Square, 18th and Callowhill St.). Sourced from Flickr and reproduced under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivs 2.0 Generic (CC BY-NC-ND 2.0) licence. by Michael Leone

for starters

Adult education defined – discussion and guide.

Learning in the community. Explore the idea of learning and education in the community.

Lifelong learning. Lifelong learning is much talked about – but what does it mean?

featured

Non-formal education and colonialism. The place of informal and non-formal education in development – the experience of the south.

Non-formal and informal education – towards a new paradigm. Alan Rogers examines the confusion around these terms and offers a reconceptualization.

settings

Community development

Schools

Settlements and adult education. See, also: Settlements and social action centres; Toynbee Hall, adult education and association

thinkers

Assessments of the contribution of key thinkers:

Chris Argyris

Tom Bryan

Martin Buber

Grace Coyle

John Dewey

DuBois, W. E. B

Mary Parker Follett

Paulo Freire

Erich Fromm

M. K. Gandhi

Howard Gardner

William Goodwin

Antonio Gramsci

N. F. S. Grundtvig

bell hooks

Miles Horton (in preparation)

Ivan Illich

David Kolb

Eduard Lindeman

William Lovett

William Maclure

Malcolm X

Karl Marx

Howard McClusky

Henry Morris

Julius Nyerere

Robert Owen

Michael Polanyi

Robert. D. Putnam

Carl Rogers

Nawal El Saadawi

Donald Schon (Schön)

Peter Senge

Henry Solly

Richard Henry Tawney

George Williams

Gertrude Wilson

Mary Wollstonecraft

Robert A. Woods

C. Wright Mills

Basil Yeaxlee

keywords

A series of essays exploring the meaning of key terms.

andragogy

association

community

competence

conversation

conscientization

curriculum

democracy

dialogue

difference

encounters

experience

experiential learning

evaluation

facilitation

folk high schools

learning

learning in the community

learning society

lifelong learning.

lifelong learning – some lessons from the South

networks – learning

non-formal education

non-formal education and colonialism

participation in learning

popular education

post-modernity

power

praxis

‘race’, difference and lifelong learning

reflection

self-direction

selfhood

social capital and lifelong learning

social education

social pedagogy

vocation

e-texts

Look at some classics of lifelong learning in our archives.

Picture: “Lifelong Learning”, 2 Franklin Town Blvd.(the Fountains at Logan Square, 18th and Callowhill St.) by Mike Leone flickr:http://www.flickr.com/photos/mikeleonephotos/2936063357/). Reproduced under a Creative Commons Licence (Attribution-Non-Commercial-No Derivative Works 2.0 Generic)

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