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Participation in learning a progress report on some experiments in the training of teachers. by Barrington Kaye

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Published by Allen & Unwin in London .
Written in English

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  • Great Britain.

Subjects:

  • Teachers -- Training of -- Great Britain.

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Edition Notes

Includes bibliographical references.

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LC ClassificationsLB1725.G6 K38
The Physical Object
Pagination239 p.
Number of Pages239
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL5728766M
ISBN 100043700284
LC Control Number70494269
OCLC/WorldCa96263

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Limited participation in learning has the danger of reinforcing people’s alienation from mainstream education and from participation and inclusion in social institutions and economic and community life more generally. This book addresses the challenge of identifying effective ways of accommodating the learning needs of all people and in so.   Transforming Children's Spaces: Children's and Adults' Participation in Designing Learning Environments. ISBN | Quantity: Shopping Cart Summary. This book is essential reading for those who work in children's spaces and for those who design them as well as being of general interest to those studying education and childhood studies. Participation? Susan B. Rifkin, Maria Kangere. SUMMARY This chapter presents arguments as to why participation is important for improving life situations, particularly for the poor and disadvantaged, Involving local people is a way to bring about ‘social learning’. Adult education participation rates were higher among the population ages 50 and younger. The rates of participation for the three younger age groups (ages 16–30, 31–40, and 41–50) were 53 to 55 percent, compared to 41 and 22 percent for the two older age groups (ages 51–65 and 66 and older) (table 1).

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