|Adult learning in higher education (HE)|
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| I am still in the process of writing this page. For the time being here are some general links for learning in the context of adult and higher education (HE). Saraswati, the Hindu goddess of learning, is the image at the top. Named after the (lost) Vedic river, Saraswati, she represents connections, fluidity and flow in water, speech, thought, music, knowledge and all aspects of life. She is the goddess of power and intelligence, knowledge, music and the creative arts. She is wisdom, fortune, intelligence, brilliance, contentment and splendour.
Some of my students might like to know that the Vilma Vashi temple in Dilwara (in India) is dedicated to Saraswati and students can go and worship her to perform well in examinations!
A good introduction to constructivist learning theory
Greg Kearsley’s very comprehensive resource about learning theories (Theory into Practice database)
Martin Ryder, University of Colrado, Denver also has a very comprehensive site with links to learning theories
"Funderstanding" explains, simply, some of the theories about learning
Google’s directory for adult learning theories
Keeping a reflective journal
The Portfolio: a reflective bridge connecting the learner, higher education, and the workplace
HIGHER EDUCATION PROFESSIONAL BODIES
Society for Research into Higher Education, UK
The Higher Education Academy, UK
American Association for Higher Education
OTHER USEFUL LINKS
Biggs: keynote presentation at U de Aveiro, April 2003 Aligning teaching and assessing to course objectives
Ask Eric (Educational Resources Information Center)
|Beverly Trayner, PhD reflections.
Last updated: 21st April, 2004