Includes bibliographical references (p. 291-333) and index.
List of Figures List of Tables Acknowledgements Introduction 1. The Person as Learner 2. The Learning Society 3. Education and Learning 4. Learning 5. Perspectives of Learning Theory 6. Developments in Learning Theory 7. Teaching Adults 8. Process of Teaching 9. Theoretical Perspectives on Teaching 10. Distance Education and Open Learning 11. Assessing and Evaluating 12. Curriculum Theory and Programme Planning 13. Practice, Theory, Research and Policy 14. The Professional Preparation of Teachers of Adults Conclusion Selected Further Reading Bibliography Index.
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