Chapter 4: Scholarly Teaching and Learning
The resource of highest value in adult education is the learner’s experience. If education is life, then life is also education. Too much of learning consists of vicarious substitution of some one else’s experience and knowledge. (Lindeman, 1926: 9–10)
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