Learning at the back door : reflections on non-traditional learning in the lifespan /

Wedemeyer stresses that learning is a natural idiosyncratic, and continually renewable human trait and survival resource. It is not dependent upon teaching, schooling, or special environments, although-properly used-these resources enhance learning. There is a powerful subculture of independent lear...

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Main Author: Wedemeyer, Charles A.
Format: eBook
Published: Madison : University of Wisconsin Press, ©1981.
Online Access:CONNECT
Table of Contents:
  • Figures and Illustrations; Acknowledgments; A Personal Note; Preface; An Introductory Note About Terminology; Part One The Rise of Non-Traditional Learning; I A New Urgency Regarding Learning; II Learning at the Back Door; III Teaching, Learning, Schooling, and Knowledge; Part Two Non-Traditional Learning and Its Implications; IV Distance and Independent Learning; V Open Learning; VI The Implications of Non-Traditional Learning; Part Three Technology and Special Processes in Non-Traditional Learning Systems; VII Technology and Non-Traditional Learning.
  • VIII Instructional Design in Non-Traditional Teaching and Learning SystemsIX Building and Evaluating Non-Traditional Institutions or Programs; Part Four Learning from a Lifespan Perspective: Its Ends in a Learning Society; X Lifespan Learning; XI Education for What?; XII Back Door Learning in the Learning Society; Notes; Selected Bibliography; Index.