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Commission for International Adult Education

The Commission on International Adult Education (CIAE) of the American Association for Adult and Continuing Education (AAACE) provides a forum for the discussion of international issues related to adult education in general, as well as adult education in various countries around the globe. The following purposes summarize the work of the Commission: (1) To develop linkages with adult education associations in other countries; (2) To encourage exchanges between AAACE and associations from other countries; (3) To invite conference participation and presentations by interested adult educators around the world; (4) To discuss how adult educators from AAACE and other nations may cooperate on projects of mutual interest and benefit to those we serve. The Commission holds its annual meeting in conjunction with the AAACE conference. The following papers were presented at the 62nd annual conference: (1) Obstacles Facing Adult Education in Saudi Arabia (Sarah M. Alajlan, Claudette Peterson, Obaidalah H. Aljohanis); (2) Learning National Identity in a Divided Country: How Greek-Cypriot and Turkish-Cypriot Young Adults Make Sense of Their National Identity (Christos Anagiotos); (3) A Global Examination of Policies and Practices for Lifelong Learning (Phyllis A. Cummins, Suzanne R. Kunkel); (4) When Learning Falls into Place (Tony Dreise); (5) An Hypothetical Model to Help Facilitators in the Use of Learning Contracts with Learners (Monica Fedeli, Ettore Felisatti, Mario Giampaolo); (6) Matrix of Teacher Profle: Guidelines and Development Plans to Design Teacher Training (Ettore Felisatti, Monica Fedeli, Cristina Mazzucco, Mario Giampaolo); (7) Men's Learning in International Settings (Barry Golding); (8) Important New Developments in Andragogical Perspectives (John Henschke); (9) Effective Learning Systems through Blended Teaching Modules in Adult Secondary Education Systems in Developing Nations: Need for Partnership (Eucharia Ike, Ibeh Bartholomew Okechukwu); (10) Benefits, Challenges, Joys and Successes of Study Abroad (Waynne B. James, Helena Wallenberg-Lerner, Gianina Hayes, Eunkyung Na); (11) Advantages of Graduate Programs with International Components (Melisa Kakas, Nora Cavazos, Carrie Boden-McGill); (12) Is the Olympic Truce Relevant Today to the Modern Olympic Games? A Coach's Perspective (Cameron Kiosoglous); (13) Dynamics of Adult Education Provision in the African Sub-Region: Focus on University-Based Adult Education in Ghana (Olivia A. T. Frimpong Kwapong); (14) Benefits of Correctional Education in South Africa: Implications for Adult Inmates as Group with Special Needs (Matata J. Mokoele); (15) The WEA [Workers Educational Association] in Sydney, 1913-2013: Achievements; Controversies; and an Inherent Difficulty ( Roger K. Morris); (16) Language Policy, Civil Rights, and the Adult Learner in a Globalized World (William R. Naugle); (17) Education for Including the Excluded: Case Study of Almajiri Education in Nigeria (Olaniran, Sunday Olawale); (18) The Future of Entrepreneurship and the Role of Adult Education in Nigeria (Simeon-Fayomi B.C., Abimbola Olugbenga Fayomi, Adedolapo Femi-Aderinto); (19) Individualistic Teacher, Collectivist Student (LaNette W. Thompson); (20) Collaboration Agenda of Michael Okpara University of Agriculture, Umudike (Mouau): For Future Learning (Nneka A. Umezulike); (21) The Development of an Instrument to Measure the Cognitive Domain of Intercultural Maturity (Melanie L. Wicinski); and (22) Intercultural Sensitivity at the Army Medical Department Center and School as Measured by the Intercultural Sensitivity Scale (Roberta E. Worsham, Melanie L. Wicinski). [Individual papers contain references.]

Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Adult Education, Adult Students, Barriers, Young Adults, Nationalism, Identification, Lifelong Learning, Models, Performance Contracts, Males, International Education, Andragogy, Blended Learning, Secondary Education, Developing Nations, Partnerships in Education, Study Abroad, Graduate Study, Athletics, Athletic Coaches, Correctional Education, Institutionalized Persons, Organizations (Groups), Civil Rights, Global Approach, Inclusion, Case Studies, Entrepreneurship, Role of Education, Individualism, Collectivism, Educational Cooperation, Agricultural Education, Universities, Test Construction, Cognitive Tests, Maturity (Individuals), Intergroup Relations, Measures (Individuals), Armed Forces

Commission for International Adult Education. Available from: American Association for Adult and Continuing Education. 10111 Martin Luther King Junior Highway Suite 200C, Bowie, MD 20720. Tel: 301-459-6261; Fax: 301-459-6241; e-mail: office[at]aaace.org; e-mail: aaace10[at]aol.com; Web site: http://www.aaace.org/mc/page.do?sitePageId=66765





Author: Boucouvalas, Marcie, Ed.

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