New Directions for Adult and Continuing Education volume 2006, issue 110, P71-85 2006 DOI: 10.1002/ace.221 View full text
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Kathleen Taylor

Abstract: Our main task in this volume has been to introduce to our colleagues research that we believe holds great promise to support our intentions as adult educators. Since many educators of adults have disciplinary competence in fields far removed from adult learning, let alone neurobiology, we asked our chapter contributors to emphasize issues that would be of particular value to practitioners. This chapter is even more explicit in connecting brain function with adult learning practices chiefly associated with mea…

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