Andragogy Expert Dr. John Arthur Henschke to Deliver Keynote Presentation at 2022 AAACE Annual Conference

By IGI Global on Sep 30, 2022
How do we impact and sustain adaptability and flexibility among adult learners in these dynamic times? Adult educators must consider how to reshape the integration of the contextualized aspects of adult learners and adult education, to remain part of this transformational movement of continuous engagement and creating better programs even as the urgency of the past two years starts to fade.

Dr. John Arthur Henschke from Lindenwood University, USA, is discussing his recently released IGI Global publication, Facilitating Adult and Organizational Learning Through Andragogy: A History, Philosophy, and Major Themes, in two presentations at the American Association for Adult and Continuing Education's (AAACE) 2022 Annual Conference from October 10-14 in Milwaukee. His specialty is andragogy, which is one part of the broader international field of adult education, human resource development, and lifelong learning. Register Now >

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Facilitating Adult and Organizational Learning Through Andragogy: A History, Philosophy, and Major Themes
Profs. John Arthur Henschke (Lindenwood University, USA)
©2021 | 385 pgs. | EISBN: 9781799839385
  • Covers Topics such as Adult Education, Andragogy, Distance Education & Learning Models
  • Suitable for Teachers, Administrators, Practitioners, Stakeholders, Researchers, Academicians, & Students
  • Features 15+ Chapters on the Latest, Peer-Reviewed Research
  • Excellent Addition to Your Institution’s Library
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His title investigates the history, philosophy, and major themes of andragogy and how they may contribute to helping practitioners to design and facilitate adult and organizational learning. The book presents more than 500 documents that are examined through two different lenses. View his pre-conference sessions below:

Session 1: "Celebrating the influence of Knowles’ Andragogy on Clinton Anderson and Military [Army] Education: A Tribute"

Monday, October 10th 1:55 pm-2:15 pm CDT.

Session 2: "Digging into an International Adult Education Andragogy Epistemological Foundation: Four Variations of Caring (Dealing Bountifully)"

Monday, October 10th 2:35 pm-2:55 pm CDT.
Dr. Henschke's Facilitating Adult and Organizational Learning Through Andragogy: A History, Philosophy, and Major Themes is available in print and electronic format. Additionally, it is featured in the IGI Global e-Book Collection (7,300+ Books), IGI Global Education Knowledge Solutions e-Book Collection (2,055+ Books), and IGI Global Education e-Book Collection (1,475+ Books). Recommend this title to your library and colleagues or acquire it today to continue to support their research and receive access to this highly cited title.
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The mission of the American Association for Adult and Continuing Education (AAACE) is to provide leadership for the field of adult and continuing education by expanding opportunities for adult growth and development; unifying adult educators; fostering the development and dissemination of theory, research, information, and best practices; promoting identity and standards for the profession; and advocating relevant public policy and social change initiatives.
About Dr. John Arthur Henschke
Dr. John Arthur Henschke Ed.D., is Professor and Chair of the Andragogy Doctoral Emphasis Specialty, Instructional Leadership Doctoral Program, Lindenwood University. He was on the faculty at the University of Missouri for 39 years until 2009; and, has now served on the faculty at Lindenwood University for seven years, John served as 2014 and 2015 Board Chair of the International Adult and Continuing Education Hall of Fame (IACEHOF); is a Visiting Professor of the Beijing Radio and Television University, Peoples’ Republic of China (PRC); Past President of the Missouri, USA / Para, Brazil Partners of the Americas, Inc.; Past President of the American Association for Adult and Continuing Education (AAACE), also Chairing the Commission on International Adult Education (CIAE) of AAACE. John has been researching and testing his adult learning (andragogical) ideas in the USA and 20 countries around the world since 1970 (e.g., Canada, Brazil, England, Hong Kong, Italy, Austria, Taiwan, Egypt, South Africa, Jordan, Cyprus, Slovenia, Germany, Thailand, China, Australia, Mali in Western Africa, etc.); and has worked with adult educators and human resource development professionals in academia and the corporate world from 97 countries.
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