NOW viewable online! click to view Susan Spear’s Dissertation Presentation ———————————————————————————– On Thursday, Oct 6, Susan Spear shared her research, presented in her dissertation, “Whatever Works”: Teaching Adults with Learning Difficulties in Adult Basic Education Programs. Susan is a graduate of the Adult Learning specialization of the Lesley PhD program in Educational Studies.
Recent articles co-authored by Jo Ann Gammel, faculty in both the Adult Learning and Educational Leadership specializations.
Jill Buban Adult Learning, 2010 cohort Research interests: I am currently researching virtual mentoring environments in adult learning focused institutions. I am curious if faculty perceptions of these environments have any connection to the students’ life span stage.
View a recent article of Dr. Rutstein-Riley’s project, Girls, Media, and You!, awarded prestigious AAUW Community Action Grant.
Aldinger, C., & Whitman, C. V. (2009). Case studies in global school health promotion from research to practice. New York: Springer.