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International Journal of Adult Vocational Education and Technology

October 2012 Volume 3, Number 4

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Number of articles: 5

  1. E-Learning in India: Segmenting Students of a Business School based on their Perception

    Deepak Chawla & Himanshu Joshi, International Management Institute, New Delhi, India

    E-learning has become an important tool to impart education. This study examines the awareness and perception of e-learning among Indian students enrolled for a business management course at a... More

    pp. 1-13

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  2. Social Justice and Adult Education

    Marianne Russo, Florida Atlantic University, Jupiter, FL, United States

    It should be understood that the importance of adult education is to illuminate the current context in which the adult functions. This adult frames directly linked with the construct of social... More

    pp. 14-23

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  3. Meeting Learners’ Needs through Project-Based Learning

    Elizabeth Turner, Central York School District, York, PA, United States

    There is a significant divide between what students want and what students receive in the classroom. Students increasingly lack interest and motivation to participate and learn. Instructional... More

    pp. 24-34

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  4. Training of Family Planning Counselors in Jordan: Developing Human Resources through Adult Education

    Sinaria Abdel Jabbar, University of Jordan, Amman, Jordan

    This paper briefly describes the development and status of family planning (FP) services, including counseling, in the Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan. It also reports extensively on a FP counseling... More

    pp. 35-53

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  5. A Study of the Effects of Competitive Team-Based Learning and Structured Academic Controversy on the Language Proficiency of Iranian EFL College Seniors

    Seyed Hosseini, Azad University-Bojnord, Garmeh, Khorasan Shomali, Iran (Islamic Republic Of)

    This paper presents reports on an experimental study which intended to look into and compare the possible effects of this researcher’s instructional innovation, Competitive Team-Based Learning ... More

    pp. 54-69

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