New Directions for Adult and Continuing Education volume 2006, issue 109, P37-47 2006 DOI: 10.1002/ace.206 View full text
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Derise E. Tolliver, Elizabeth J. Tisdell

Abstract: Rebecca e-mails her instructor the morning after class to say that she could not sleep after the evening's discussion about purpose in adult education. She describes a strongly felt need to incorporate a less individualistic focus in her academic program. Frank begins a morning meditation ritual after taking a course where the instructor includes a guided visualization during each class session. He says that it helps with his ability to concentrate and express his creativity. In her evaluation of a course tha…

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