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ACE 600: Intro to Ad Ed Doctoral Prog
INTRODUCTION TO THE ADULT EDUCATION DOCTORAL PROGRAM This course provides an introduction to the program and university institutional resources. Students will examine their learning styles, experience collaborative learning and study methods for successful completion of the progr...
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ACE 601: Adv SM/Crit Reflct&Crit Thnkng
ADVANCED SEMINAR: CRITICAL REFLECTION AND CRITICAL THINKING This course reviews theories, concepts and processes of critical reflection and critical thinking and how these can be realized in academic work and adult education practice. Prerequisite(s): Admission to the Adult Educa...
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ACE 602: Life History & Adult Ed
LIFE HISTORY AND ADULT EDUCATION This course develops awareness of students¿ own motivations, aspirations, self-concepts, assumptions and experiences as adult educators and how these have framed their careers, philosophies and educational practices. Prerequisite(s): Admission to...
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ACE 603: Adv Adult Dvlpmnt & Learning
ADVANCED ADULT DEVELOPMENT AND LEARNING This course reviews current theory and advanced research on adult development and learning and critically examines claims for distinctive forms of adult cognition. Analyzes cultural and social influences on adult learning and the place of a...
Professors: Brookfield, Stephen; Colin, Scipio
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ACE 604: Ad Ed: Core Concepts&Processes
ADULT EDUCATION: CORE CONCEPTS AND PROCESSES This course reviews and evaluates the core ideas and educational processes that make adult education a distinctive field of theory and practice. Prerequisite(s): ACE600, ACE601, and ACE602. Co-requisite(s): ACE603 and ACE605A. 3 semest...
Professors: Brookfield, Stephen; Heaney, Thomas
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ACE 610: Rsrch Mthds in Adlt Ed
RESEARCH METHODS IN ADULT EDUCATION This course reviews and critiques different research methodologies in adult education including qualitative and quantitative. Provides opportunities to select appropriate research methodologies for diverse research projects. Prerequisite(s): AC...
Professors: Heaney, Thomas; Lawrence, Randee; STAFF
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ACE 620: Understanding Adlt Ed Practice
UNDERSTANDING ADULT EDUCATION PRACTICE This course examines dilemmas, tensions and problems of adult educational practice and adult educators¿ development of theories of practice. Prerequisite(s): ACE603, ACE604, and ACE605A. Co-requisite(s): ACE610. 3 semester hours
Professors: Giordani, Tania; Heaney, Thomas; STAFF
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ACE 640: Crit Engage Proj Proposal SM
CRITICAL ENGAGEMENT PROJECT PROPOSAL SEMINAR This course provides an intensive immersion series of seminars and workshops in which students review the research elements of the Critical Engagement Project process and develop an approved proposal. Prerequisite(s): ACE610, ACE620, a...
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ACE 650: Rsrch: Literature Review Smnr
RESEARCH: LITERATURE REVIEW SEMINAR This course provides an introduction to elements of critical reviews of literature and develops first draft of a literature review for the Critical Engagement Project. Prerequisite(s): ACE640. Co-requisite(s): ACE655 and ACE605C. 3 semester hou...
Professors: Colin, Scipio; Heaney, Thomas
Terms: Fall 11-12 | Credits: 3
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ACE 655: Phil of Adult Ed
Reviews the chief philosophical traditions in adult education and analyzes the connections between these and students' development of their own philosophies of adult educational practice. Focusing on the second CEP question (What are my commitments?), each student will reflect on...
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