Ethical Issue in Adult Education Adult education is defined as activities deliberately fashioned for the purpose of bringing about learning to persons whose age, social roles, or self perceptions define them as adults (Merriam and Brockett 8).Author: Jeromeferry.
adopt a critical perspective on the professionalisation of adult education, the book as a whole has a pragmatic flavour. For the most part it appears to assume that ethical issues and dilemmas can and ought to be resolved by adult educators acting in their capacities as educators and that these issues and dilemmas are a necessary aspect of the practice of adult education. What is therefore needed if adult education .
Identify a current case about an ethical issue related to adult education or to corporate training. Summarize the issue, its outcome, and its implications in a paper. Make recommendations of best practices that can be derived.
Showing items related by title, author, creator and subject. Questions of Values and Conduct: Ethical Issues for Adult Education Singarella, Thomas A.; Sork, Thomas J. (1983-06).
May 01, 2001 · The purpose of this study was to examine the views of adult education practitioners in British Columbia about the need for a code of ethics and about the ethical issues, concerns, and dilemmas experienced in their practice. The study was an approximate replication of research carried out in Indiana reported by McDonald and Wood.Cited by: 26.