Developing Programmes for Adult Learners in Africa

  • April 2007

The book identifies quantitative, qualitative and multi-method approaches, and is based upon existing research methods teaching in Africa. It is grounded in African adult education contexts and draws on material and experiences from research courses taught in African universities. It emphasises the importance of combining quantitative methods with qualitative research that is embedded in adult education contexts and that builds on indigenous knowledge. Examples of the contexts addressed in the book include: village communities, agriculture development workers, literacy and income generation projects, community policing strategies, brigades, vocational training centres, mass health awareness campaigns such as HIV/AIDS, work-based education and training, management development, needs analyses, and the training of adult education trainers.

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  • Author/Editor: Mathew Gboku; Rebecca Nthogo Lekoko
  • Developing Programmes for Adult Learners in Africa
  • UIL; Pearson Education (South Africa); Institute for International Cooperation of the German Adult Education Association; University of Botswana, 2007
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  • Available in: English