Adult Learning and Education in International Contexts: Future Challenges for its Professionalization
Comparative Perspectives from the 2016 Würzburg Winter School
This volume analyses adult education and lifelong learning as international phenomena, which have a strong influence on professionals working in this field. Based on the 2016 Würzburg Winter School, the book identifies influences on policy at local, national and international levels. It examines the internationalization of adult education and emphasizes the emergence of different dimensions of professionalism in adult education.
The Higher Education Curriculum for the Professionalization of Adult Education (Clara Kuhlen, Shalini Singh & Nicoletta Tomei)
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Clara Kuhlen, Shalini Singh & Nicoletta Tomei
The Higher Education Curriculum for the Professionalization of Adult Education
Abstract: The authors argue that the role of research, as a component of curricula, should be central in promoting professionalization in adult education, with strong international collaboration through networks, reflective practices and open, participatory academic interactions.
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