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Adult Learning and CTE: A Shared History Influenced by Technology

Adult Learning and CTE: A Shared History Influenced by Technology
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Author(s): Judith Parker (Teachers College/Columbia University, USA)
Copyright: 2011
Pages: 17
Source title: Definitive Readings in the History, Philosophy, Theories and Practice of Career and Technical Education
Source Author(s)/Editor(s): Victor X. Wang (California State University at Long Beach, USA)
DOI: 10.4018/978-1-61520-747-3.ch011

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Abstract

While the fields of adult learning and career and technical education began in isolated silos, as the fields emerged, their histories became entwined and technology had a profound influence on their growth and direction. This chapter will begin by exploring the beginnings of adult learning and CTE as two fields developing in parallel paths and serving two different audiences. However, as the fields developed, there is evidence of their entwinement in both the literature and programs within organizations. In addition, from the Gutenberg printing press to today’s Web 2.0, technology has played an important part in the development and direction of both of these fields This chapter will examine this history of silos and connections and continue to explore the role of technology in the future growth and meshing of these fields to generate even more effective and efficient learning.

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