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International Journal of Adult Vocational Education and Technology

January 2010 Volume 1, Number 1

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Number of articles: 5

  1. Spiraling into Transformative Learning

    Patricia Cranton, Penn State University at Harrisburg, United States

    This article explores how technical and vocational learning may spiral into transformative learning. Transformative learning theory is reviewed and the learning tasks of critical theory are used to... More

    pp. 1-13

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  2. Where Do I Begin? Designing Online Learning Courses Which Work

    Kathleen King, Fordham University, United States

    One of the greatest needs of faculty in adult and higher education today is to understand how to design distance learning courses which address the needs of their current and prospective students... More

    pp. 14-30

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  3. Rethinking the Measurement of Training and Development in the Professions: A Conceptual Model

    Doug Lynch, Chris Thomas, Wendy Green, Michael Gottfried & Matthew Varga, University of Pennsylvania, United States

    The 21st century is often called the “age of talent.” Globalization has influenced both organizational processes and employee training, creating an increased need for educated, skilled, and... More

    pp. 31-48

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  4. From Politicized Adult Education to Market Oriented Adult Higher Education: How Adult Education Practice in One Region is Different from Another

    Victor Wang, California State University, Long Beach, United States; Vivian Mott, East Carolina University, United States

    This study investigated the general instructional modes of adult educators in Southeast China and Northeast China. The study utilized Conti’s (1983, 2004) Principles of Adult Learning Scale (PALS) ... More

    pp. 49-71

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  5. Critical Components of Curriculum Development for Career and Technical Education Instructors in the United States

    Victor Wang, California State University at Long Beach, United States

    Developing curriculum(s) requires instructors to take into several factors. These factors can be viewed as critical components of curriculum development for career and technical education (CTE)... More

    pp. 72-89

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