For 35 years, Daniel D. Pratt has focused his scholarship and professional practices on what teaching and learning mean across variations in personal beliefs, social norms, disciplinary traditions and geographical cultures. [endnotes 1 & 2] Daniel D. Pratt Across North America and increasingly the world, there is a move within education to adopt a constructivist view of learning and teaching. In part, the argument for this move is a reaction against teacher-centred instruction that has dominated much of education, particularly adult and higher education, for the.
Pratt, Daniel D. – Adult Literacy and Basic Education, Six generic teaching functions that comprise an essential part of the role of adult basic education tutor are presented. The six functions are delineated as (1) diagnosing student needs, (2) monitoring student progress, (3) recommending materials and task, (4) presenting information. The Teaching Perspectives Inventory (TPI) Daniel D. Pratt and John B. Collins University of British Columbia, Canada. Abstract: The teaching of adults is a complex, pluralistic, and multi-faceted enterprise, but.
Mar 20, · New Directions for Adult and Continuing Education. Volume , Issue 93 p. Good Teaching: One Size Fits All? Daniel D. Pratt. University of British Columbia, Vancouver, Canada. Search for more papers by this author. Daniel D. Pratt. University of British Columbia, Vancouver, Canada. Search for more papers by this author. First published. Won Houle Award for Outstanding Literature in Adult Education. This book is a blend of theory and practice, derived from several years of studying the teaching of adults in and North America. It presents five different perspectives on teaching stripp.xyz by:
Pratt, Daniel D. – Adult Education Quarterly, Suggests that andragogical practice should acknowledge and accept of its learners both self-directedness and its obverse, dependency; both can be viewed as phenomenological expressions of a . Jun 01, · Pratt, D. D. (). Toward a model for considering cross-cultural concepts relevant to adult education. Proceedings of the 9th Annual Conference of Canadian Association for the Study of Adult Education (pp. –), .
Daniel D. Pratt. Adult Education Quarterly 3, Conti, G. J. (). The collaborative mode in adult education: A literature review (reprint). In G. J. Conti, Principles of adult learing scale: An instrument for measuring teacher behavior related to the collaborative teaching-learning mode. Five Perspectives on Teaching in Adult and Higher Education. Pratt, Daniel D. This book, which is about five alternative points of view or perspectives on teaching adults, is the result of several years of teaching and research in Canada, China, Hong Kong, Singapore, and the United States.