The Western notions of learning have, and still, dominate the field of adult education, with non-cognitive forms of learning such as somatic learning and spirituality only recently emerging. While much of the Western literature on learning and knowing suggest that the mind and body are split, a number of cultures around the world do not believe in this dichotomy, and Hinduism is no suvintage.xyz: Swathi Nath Thaker. Vision Statement: The American Association for Adult and Continuing Education (AAACE) is dedicated to the belief that lifelong learning contributes to human fulfillment and positive social change. We envision a more humane world made possible by the diverse practice of our members in helping adults acquire the knowledge, skills and values.
Oct 22, · International Conferences on Adult Education (CONFINTEA) In , reflecting on the end of the Second World War, UNESCO Member States met in Elsinore, Denmark, to discuss how adult learning and education (ALE) could help promote world peace and international understanding. That meeting marked the beginning of an enduring and fruitful global dialogue on ALE. Adult Education Research Conference Follow The Adult Education Research Conference (AERC) is an annual North American conference that provides a forum for adult education researchers to share their experiences and the results of their studies with students, other researchers, and practitioners from around the world.
NASDAE is the re-named organization that has supported State Directors of Adult Education and their staff for almost three decades under the name of the National Adult Education Professional Development Consortium (NAEPEDC), since its incorporation in While newly named to reflect the full body of our organizational work, the mission remains the same: to advance the leadership of state. History: The Indiana Association for Adult and Continuing Education is a state-wide association of over individuals and their institutions promoting the education and training of adults for stronger Hoosier communities. The organization evolved from a group of adult educators who first met in December, to discuss the future of adult education in Indiana.