3 edition of Collaborative programming in nonformal education found in the catalog.
Collaborative programming in nonformal education
Gail Von Hahmann
by Center for International Education, University of Massachusetts in Amherst
Written in English
Bibliography: p. -
|Statement||Gail von Hahmann.|
|LC Classifications||LC45.3 .V66|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||ix, 55,  p. :|
|Number of Pages||55|
|LC Control Number||78027631|
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[Gail Von Hahmann]. History. The debate over the relative value of formal and informal learning has existed for a number of years. Traditionally formal learning takes place in a school or university and has a greater value placed upon it than informal learning, such as learning within the workplace.
This concept of formal learning being the socio-cultural accepted norm for learning was first challenged by. Education, however, is a man-made system of proscribed content intended to socialize the population to cultural norms. Nonformal education has a long a rich tradition in research, dating back almost years.
Nonformal learning, by contrast, is an under-researched field with few practitioners. The Collaborative Education Program is an innovative teacher preparation program that leads to a bachelor of science in education degree with two teacher certification options at the Alabama Class B level: Collaborative (K–6) or Collaborative (K-6 and ).
The theme of the conference was "International Perspectives on Nonformal Education." The papers deliverered ranged in topics from the use of traditional art forms and poetry as a medium of nonformal education to the discussion of the philosophical foundations underlyinn the field.
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BAN: Non-formal Education Project 3 (Hard to Reach): Mid-term Evaluation. Although this manual focuses mainly on school-based environmental education, much of the information also applies to nonformal and community-based education programs.
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Vella / X. Abstract. Nonformal education (NFE) has been integral to education in the Asia-Pacific region in the post colonial period. It has been embedded in social development projects, where its practice has been heavily influenced by educational activists such as Freire.
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