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Adventures in Transformative Learning (SM):

 

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Click here for Adventures in Transformative Learning (SM) 20th Episode July 20, 2007

ATL Podcast's 20th Episode -

Guest Interview: Sally Delaney: Adult Learning

Conversation from Australia to New York and Beyond, Engaging Learners, Learner-Centered Classrooms, Distance Learning and Much More

A terrific adult learning conversation ranging round the globe, with special highlights from our colleagues in Australia! Join Drs. Heuer and King as they discuss working with adult learners with Sally Delaney of the TAFE programs in Australia. This compelling conversation among dedicated and innovative adult learning specialists run the range from engaging learners, to understanding student needs, learner assessment, learner-centered classrooms, distance learning, hybrids and blended learning, adult literacy and GED classes in Australia,podcasting, to transformative learning and more!

 

  • Study Online with Dr. Heuer and Dr. King with our distance learning classes. Fordham masters program in adult learning and HRD offering online classes with your favorite adult learning podcasters-
  • Drs. Heuer and King email heuer@fordham.edu for info now
  • http://www.fordham.edu/gse/aded
  • Conversation around the Globe with Adult Specialists from Australia and New York
    • Topics in this episode include
    • Engaging learners,
    • Understanding student needs,
    • Learner assessment,
    • Learner-centered classrooms,
    • Distance learning,
    • Hybrids and blended learning,
    • Adult literacy and GED classes in Australia,
    • Podcasting, and of course........
    • Transformative learning
  • Study Online with Dr. Heuer and Dr. King
    • Join the next semester of classes in our online OR face to face classes
    • We offer graduate courses from our MS in Adult Education and HRD program online worldwide and in Manhattan, NYC
    • Email Dr. Barbara Heuer for more information
  • All of Dr. King's Books -Now Available at http://www.kpking.com
  • And Dr. King's Books AND Articles at- www.transformationed.com

Transforamtion Eduaction LLC

More Resources:

 

Email Barbara and Kathy your comments and questions to your cohosts at: atlpodcast@gmail.com

EPISODE 19

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Click here for Adventures in Transformative Learning (SM) 19th Episode May 8, 2007

ATL Podcast's 19th Episode -

Age Differences and Learning in Adulthood- Digital Natives, Digital Immigrants, and Scampering Across the Lifespan!

Understanding Stages of Life and Teaching Strategies: From digital natives to digital immigrants who is in your classroom and do you understand them? What is more, how do we reach them?

While k-12 traditional classrooms are segregated by age groupings, the many contexts of adult learning- workplace learning, adult literacy, ESL, continuing higher education, community education and higher education- can mean that we have a very broad range of adult learners in our classrooms! From technology, DS Nintendo, to ipods and different experiences of current events and issues we cover ground that will keep you jumping with ideas for your classes and applications for your learners. Join Barbara and Kathy , professors at Fordham University and specialists in adult learning, as they discuss such exciting and intriguing questions across this topic area.

  • ALSO Breaking news with new distance learning classes. Fordham masters program in adult learning and HRD offering online classes with your favorite adult learning podcasters-
  • Drs. Heuer and King email heuer@fordham.edu for info now, starts summer 2007.

NEW: Adult Learning Courses Available

  • Study Online with Dr. Heuer and Dr. King
  • Age Differences and Learning in Adulthood
    • How different can those experiences be?
    • Who is the digital native?
    • And how do you know if you meet one?
    • What is a digital immigrant?
    • What could be an example of living through different times and events that might be seen among our learners today?
    • What teaching strategies can be helpful in bridging wide varieties of life experience in one classroom?
  • Study Online with Dr. Heuer and Dr. King
    • This summer 2007 we start to offer graduate courses from our MS in adult education and HRD program online
    • Strategies for Teaching Adults
    • Introduction to Computers and Technology (Ed Tech)
    • Teaching and Learning Online
    • Email Dr. Barbara Heuer for more information
  • All of Dr. King's Books -Now Available at www.kpking.com

EPISODE 18

Click here for Adventures in Transformative Learning (SM) 18th Episode March 29, 2007

Motivation in Learning: Plenty of Teaching Strategies and The Special Challenges When Learners Are Required to Be There!

What IS a WFIM ??

Teaching Strategies: From simulations, to jigsaws, scenarios, problem solving and even robotics! The adult learning professors from Fordham University, Barbara and Kathy, take you on a 30 minute tour of strategies to engage and captivate learners even when they are required to be there! A podcast full of examples from real-life situations, salvaged learning programs, despairing students, and reluctant learners. Does this ever sound like your life? Hear the great give and take, laugh a little about what makes adult learning so much a reflection of ourselves and gain lots of ideas you can use today. From group activities, to books and teaching perspectives, Adventures in Transformative Learning is at the top of the list of adult learning podcasts in its second year of production! ALSO Breaking news with new distance learning classes. Fordham masters program in adult learning and HRD offering online classes with your favorite adult learning podcasters- Drs. Heuer and King email heuer@fordham.edu for info now, starts summer 2007. ATL Podcast resources at www.podcastforteachers.org/atl Robotics book described in the podcast is available at http://www.infoagepub.com

  • NEW: Adult Learning Courses Available
    • Study Online with Dr. Heuer and Dr. King
  • Motivation in Learning:
    • The Special Challenges When Learners Are Required to Be There!
    • WFIM
    • Just In Time Learning
    • Book Resources
    • Active Learning Recommendations
      • Discussions
      • Case studies, scenarios
      • Jigsaw formats
      • Collaborative learning
      • Authentic learning
      • Problem-solving, simulations
      • And more...
  • Resources
  • Raymond Wlodkowski books
    • Enhancing Adult Motivation to Learn: (1998)
    • Diversity and Motivation: Culturally responsive teaching (1995)
  • Dr. King and Mark Gura's edited book on Classroom Robotics
    • Building patterns of success, collaborative learning, literacy
    • Chapter on GED Students projects for classroom application
    • Chapter on Literacy in Classroom Robotics
  • Study Online with Dr. Heuer and Dr. King
    • This summer 2007 we start to offer graduate courses from our MS in adult education and HRD program online
    • Strategies for Teaching Adults
    • Introduction to Computers and Technology (Ed Tech)
    • Teaching and Learning Online
    • Email Dr. Barbara Heuer for more information
  • Podcamp New York City www.podcampnyc.org
    • April 6 & 7, 2007
    • The free conference for --"Podcast listeners, Podcasters and the Pod-curious" but you must register online
    • Come join us for sessions, activities and after-parties that explore over 92 (and counting dimensions of podcasting and new media)
      • How podcasting can be used in education
      • How to get started in podcasting
      • Meet lots of people exploring podcasting
    • Fordham University is proud to be sponsors of this grassroots event!
    • If you are not in the Mid-Atlantic, Northeast or greater New York area check out www.podcamp.org for the podcamp coming to a city near you!
  • All of Dr. King's Books -Now Available at http://www.kpking.com
  • And Dr. King's Books AND Articles at- www.transformationed.com

Transforamtion Eduaction LLC

More Resources:

Email Barbara and Kathy your comments and questions to your cohosts at: atlpodcast@gmail.com

  • EPISODE 17

  • Click here for Adventures in Transformative Learning (SM) 17th Episode March 8, 2007

    ATL Podcast's 17th Episode -

    Opportunity Knocks: Adult Learning and Instructional Effectiveness in Distance Education

    • NEW: Study Online with Dr. Heuer and Dr. King
    • Podcamp New York City
    • Author Interview with Dr. King- Harnessing Innovative Technologies- Access, Equity, Policy and Instruction
    • Instructional Effectiveness
    • FIPSE Distance Ed Database
    • Study Online with Dr. Heuer and Dr. King
      • This summer 2007 we start to offer graduate courses from our MS in adult education and HRD program online
      • Strategies for Teaching Adults
      • Introduction to Computers and Technology (Ed Tech)
  • Podcamp New York City www.podcampnyc.org
    • April 6 & 7, 2007
    • The free conference for --"Podcast listeners, Podcasters and the Pod-curious" but you must register online
    • Come join us for sessions, activities and after-parties that explore over 92 (and counting dimensions of podcasting and new media)
      • How podcasting can be used in education
      • How to get started in podcasting
      • Meet lots of people exploring podcasting
    • Fordham University is a proud sponsor of this grassroots event!
    • If you are not in the Mid-Atlantic, Northeast or greater New York area check out www.podcamp.org for the podcamp coming to a city near you!
  • Author Interview Distance Education- Dr. King- Harnessing Innovative Technologies- Access, Equity, Policy and Instruction
    • Harnessing Innovative Technologies- edited by Drs. K. King and Joan Kreijci Griggs
    • Covering themes of
      • Instructional effectiveness
      • Serving special populations
      • US Dept. of Education database
  • FIPSE Distance Education Program and Grant Database
  • All of Dr. King's Books -Now Available at http://www.kpking.com
  • And Dr. King's Books AND Articles at- www.transformationed.com

More Resources:

Transforamtion Eduaction LLC

Email Barbara and Kathy your comments and questions to your cohosts at: atlpodcast@gmail.com

  • EPISODE 16

    Click here for Adventures in Transformative Learning (SM) 16th Episode Dec. 22, 2006

    ATL Podcast's 16th Episode -

    Voices across the Globe: Author Interviews-

    International Breakthroughs, Travels with Adult Education and Greetings from Chile

    • Adventures Traveling with Adult Education
    • Article about Podcasting in Higher Education
    • Author Interview with Dr. King- International Perspectives of Adult Education
    • Understanding People of Different Cultures
    • Podcast from Chile
  • Author Interview with Dr. King- International Perspectives of Adult Education
    • Comparative Adult Education around the Globe-
    • Chapters by professionals from Egypt, Thailand, Brazil, Africa, China and more.
    • Available at http://www.transformationed.com/books.html
    • Open conversations- having more than western-centric views.
    • This book provides firsthand accounts of history, practice, philosophy and current experiences of adult education around the globe
    • Amazing voices from the trenches in the pages of this book.

      Book Excerpt:

      "What an amazing, and yet humbling, opportunity we have to be part of creating the future of adult learning and adult education around the world! We encourage you to renew, or find, your place in this vibrant adult education movement, to reach out to those who will support your work of discovery and to press at boundaries of understanding. We believe this book will help to support you in creating the future of adult learning for your institutions, organizations, and communities, and most of all for the adult learners.

      In this book you will find vibrant stories that bring the multi-dimensional qualities of adult learning to life in wide-ranging political, historical and economic conditions. We hope this book will also be one of cultural transformation from “within and without.” That is, adult learning is being shaped and informed across the globe by individuals, communities and histories and at the same time it is being brightly illuminated by and created by their power and synergies."

    More Resources:

Email Barbara and Kathy your comments and questions to your cohosts at: atlpodcast@gmail.com

EPISODE 15

Click here for Adventures in Transformative Learning

(SM) 15th Episode Nov. 7, 2006

ATL Podcast's 15th Episode -

Transformation Interview: Alex Pacific- Changing Lives through Learning; New Book Announcements, Conferences, and Resources.

  • Dr. D'Ag. provides a great interview with an adult educator who transforms lives.
    • What makes for success?
    • What recommendations does he offer?
    • Changing lives one at a time.
  • Professional organizations can support people working with adults:
    • The New York association is one example: www.NYACCE.org
    • Professional conferences provide great ways to grow
  • Explanation of adult education and transformative learning.
  • "Comparative Adult Education around the Globe"---released in Fall 2006 by editors Drs. King and Wang! (2006)
  • "Bringing transformative Learning to Life" by Dr. King (2005)
  • "Harnessing Innovative Technologies in Higher Education "- editors Drs. King and Griggs (2006)
  • and many more...

More Resources:

Email Kathy and Barbara at atlpodcast (at) gmail.com

EPISODE 14    

Click here for Adventures in Transformative Learning,SM  14th Episode Sept. 5, 2006

ATL Podcast's 1
4th Episode -

Women Experiencing Change: Part II : Beyond Coping- Resilience, Community and Transformation

An exciting discussion where participants and Drs. King and Heuer discuss examples from their lives and the meaning of

  • Resilience in dealing with change in adulthood
  • Dramatic changes
  • Constant change
  • "Off-time" change
  • The role of community
  • Transformative learning

Join in this global discussion as they share how they experience change in their adult lives.

Kathy and Barbara discuss experiences of people around the globe, the power of community, and how they relate to these models of adult development and transformative learning.

Recorded at the Women's International Virtual Expo where they were presenters.


More Resources:

Now! PFT Virtual Seminars and Workshops
Interactive, audio, chat and presentations,

 with your PFT and ATL Cohosts...


Registration required, limited seats.
www.podcastforteachers.org/pftseminars.html


(( Listen )) Click here     or PFT Seminars Intro File -

Email Barbara and Kathy your comments and questions to your cohosts at: atlpodcast@gmail.com

EPISODE 13    

Click here for Adventures in Transformative Learning,SM  13th Episode July 25, 2006

ATL Podcast's 13th Episode -

Women Experiencing Change: Part I

Part I of  an exciting  discussion where Drs. King and Heuer discuss change in adulthood and across

the lives of women.

Recorded at the Women's International Virtual Expo where they were presenters.

Join in the discussion with adults across the globe as  they share how they experience change in their adult lives.

Kathy and Barbara  explain models of adult development and transformative learning.

More Resources:
Now! PFT Virtual Seminars and Workshops
Interactive, audio, chat and presentations, with your PFT and ATL Cohosts...


Registration required, limited seats.

www.podcastforteachers.org/pftseminars.html


(( Listen )) Click here     or PFT Seminars Intro File -

Email Barbara and Kathy your comments and questions to your cohosts at: atlpodcast@gmail.com

EPISODE 12    

Click here for Adventures in Transformative Learning©, 12th Episode June 18, 2006

ATL Podcast's 12th Episode -

Tools for Empowerment: For Learners and Teachers Alike: Using the Right Tool.

Connecting learning with adult learners' habits.
 

Share the wealth of Adventures in Transformative Learning-
Delivering ATL podcast through, multiple delivery mechanisms:

Using the Right Tool

  • Barbara and Kathy share examples of perspectives, problem solving, learning new strategies, creativity and differences in resources.
  • Content areas from engineering to Career and Technical Education, Adult Basic Education, adult literacy, and educators' professional development.
  • Opportunities to help learners gain new skills beyond their natural abilities.
  • Modeling teaching strategies through how you work with teachers.
  • Your learners guiding content- Kathy says sometimes she teaches 6/3 of her planned content?
  • Educators making decisions about instruction, learners' readiness, learning styles,tools... Great discussion.

More Resources:

  • Now! PFT Virtual Seminars and Workshops
    Interactive, audio, chat and presentations, with your PFT Cohosts...


    PFT Virtual seminars
Check for the newest dates
Registration required, limited seats.

Email Barbara and Kathy your comments and

questions to your cohosts at: atlpodcast@gmail.com

EPISODE 11    

Click here for Adventures in Transformative Learning©, 11th Episode May 20, 2006

ATL Podcast's 11th Episode -

Special Edition: Tech Resources for Transformation
Or.... Critical Perspectives via Technology:

Exciting teaching tools and resources to support transformative learning experiences with your adult learners: cultural history in dynamic, personal changing perspectives, social transformations, and power for different learning styles.

Delivering ATL podcast through, multiple delivery mechanisms: streaming, podcatchers, website, and email!

Now! PFT Virtual Seminars and Workshops
Interactive, audio, chat and presentations, with your PFT Cohosts...

Kathy's education conference report- great sessions-    
PFT Virtual seminars June 8 - 2hr workshop and  June 23 & 24, 6 hrs-
Registration required, limited seats.
www.podcastforteachers.org/pftseminars.html
(( Listen )) Click here for PFT Seminars Intro File - Click Here to ((Listen ))


NARA and Google Archives Now Online:   http://video.google.com/nara.html

Terrific discussion about how to use videos freely available through the US National Archives and Google partnership as
primary sources, firsthand videos, text and photos with learners, to explore issues and perspectives of:

  • language,
  • culture,
  • history,
  • power,
  • science,
  • economics,                                      
  • race,
  • human relations,
  • societal trends,
  • politics,
  • international relations, and
  • much more.

Teachers and learners experiencing transformation together- Barbara and Kathy's sharing this not only as a tool, but also their experiences.

Email Barbara and Kathy your comments and questions to your cohosts at: atlpodcast@gmail.com



EPISODE 10    

Click here for Adventures in Transformative Learning©, 10th Episode May 8, 2006

ATL Podcast's 10th Episode -
Virtual Revelations, Switching Virtual Hats.
Lively adult learning discussion with Special guest- Mark Gura

       Transformations through our learning with technology across the globe. Possibilities- hear our experiences, and you can join us soon virtually also.

Point, click, action or COPING ? for learning-
Virtual simultaneous presentations that can also be recorded and replayed-
 
 Whaddyamean?

Barbara and Kathy are joined by special guest Mark Gura and to discuss and model how they are stretched as learners through a virtual conference presentation.

Switching hats they then provide a lively discussion about how virtual conferences can be used as transformative opportunities and vehicles with learners.

Barbara's virtual academic counseling booth. Chat, web travel and audio discussion?

Who's on first? International Podcasting Expo.

May Day trivia, can you find the meaning?

Welcome to the Podcast. Let us hear from you and others who are using the podcasts with their classes.

More Resources:

Email Barbara and Kathy your comments and questions to your cohosts at: atlpodcast@gmail.com

Episode 9

Awesome -More Life Stories
Inspiration

for adults facing the challenges of life.  

NYACCE Student of the Year Awards-   Interviews PART 2! 
Transformative Learning in Action!


Guest Interviews: Laurie Bargstedt, Iris Martinez, Jose and Mr. Lobos.

"Inspiration Packed in a Podcast!"

Terrific accounts of the impact of adults' dedication to changing their lives, teacher dedication and need for adult learning programs all packed in a podcast for your favorite teachers, learners and change agents!

New York awards- Fordham University with Dr. Heuer and Dr. King

Many more resources available on web.

  • NYACCE Community Podcast: www.podcastforteachers.org/NYACCE.
  • ATL Podcast resources at www.podcastforteachers.org/atl 

More resources available through this ATL web site for those who want to learn more on this topic-

Don't miss out - check out the Transformative Learning Library:
More resources available through this ATL web site for those who want to learn more on this topic- videos, audios, articles and books.  http://www.podcastforteachers.org/tlelibrary

And Dr. King's book "Bringing Transformative Learning to Life" published by Krieger Publishing

Email:
Barbara and Kathy with your comments and questions: atlpodcast@gmail.com

Episode 8

Real-life Stories- Changed Lives -

NYACCE Student of the Year Awards- Interviews PART 1!

 Transformative Learning in Action!
Guest Interviews:

  • Sue Diemert,
  • Judith Armstrong and
  • Sonny Manos.

Terrific firsthand interviews with teachers and students from the
New York Association of Continuing/Community Education (NYACCE) Student of the Year competition, awards, and legislative events in Albany NY March 2006.

Companion web page with videos and photos to come.

Inspiring conversations of overcoming life, change and turbulence in order to create their new futures.
Highlights include the students' stories about

  • overcoming drug dependencies,
  • commitment and persistence in GED studies,
  • overcoming difficulties, 
  • the impact of teachers on their lives,
  • effective teaching methods and teaching styles, and
  • much more.

Email us with your comments and questions at: atlpodcast@gmail.com

More resources:

  • NYACCE Community Podcast: www.podcastforteachers.org/NYACCE.
  • ATL Podcast resources at www.podcastforteachers.org/atl

Don't miss out - check out the Transformative Learning Library:
More resources available through this ATL web site for those who want to learn more on this topic- videos, audios, articles and books.  http://www.podcastforteachers.org/tlelibrary

And Dr. King's most recent book "Bringing Transformative Learning to Life" published by Krieger Publishing.

Email:
Barbara and Kathy with your comments and questions: atlpodcast@gmail.com

EPISODE 7    
Transformative Learning in Action! Roadtrip

Click here Adventures in Transformative Learning©, 7th Episode March 20, 2006

Transformative Learning in Action! Roadtrip, Case Material and Guest Interview

Excellent discussion by Barbara and Kathy about their experience in Albany NY with the  NYACCE Student of the Year competition, awards, and legislative events in Albany NY March 2006.

Great real life examples, case material and overviews for classes in adult development, adult learning, developmental psychology, psychology of learning, educational philosophy, transformative learning, multicultural and cross-cultural issues in education and much more..... let us know how you use and benefit from them...

This episode of Adventures in Transformative Learning provides

  • an explanation of the NYACCE Student of the Year Annual competition,
  • how the adult learners experience transformation in their lives through their educational journeys,
  • reflections about the ATL interviews Barbara did and will be in the next episode,
  • recap of the conversations with legislators,
  • description of Proclamation for Adult Education in NY State Assembly, and
  • Guest Interview with NYACCE President - Sue Licata about the impact of adult learning and Student of the Year Awards for adult education. http://www.nyacce.org

Resources and Shout Outs:
Portland State University- Transformative Learning Class- Dr. King and Dr. Heuer as virtual guest lecturers. Welcome to the Podcast. let us hear from you and others who are using the podcasts with their classes.
Email us with your comments and questions at: atlpodcast@gmail.com

Resources

Journals:

More resources available through this ATL website for those who want to learn more on this topic-

Don't miss out - check out the Transformative Learning Library:
More resources available through this ATL web site for those who want to learn more on this topic- videos, audios, articles and books.  http://www.podcastforteachers.org/tlelibrary

And Dr. King's book "Bringing Transformative Learning to Life" published by Krieger Publishing

Email:
Barbara and Kathy with your comments and questions: atlpodcast@gmail.com
EPISODE 6     Medium to Models

Click here Adventures in Transformative Learning©, 6th Episode March 3, 2006

Learning to Change: Medium to Models:
 

Paulo Freire, Confucius and Mezirow

Facilitating transformative learning
Barbara and Kathy heading on a TL Road trip!
Revelations from Kathy: Groundbreaking Article- Victor Wang and Kathy King-
Confucian Perspectives of Transforming Learning in Journal of Radical Pedagogy (online journal).

Paulo Freire discussion. Pedagogy of the Oppressed. Social change through literacy and political change- international impact----

Resources and Shout Outs: Learningtimes.org  educational resources has adult learner community - check it out: Assoc. of Non-Traditional Students in High education (www.ANTSHE.org) NY state association - NYACCE celebrating Students of the Year, legislative breakfast in Albany NY. The many pathways of adults as learners.

Resources

Journals:


TL Medium Exercise- Micro to Macro: Barbara provides sample activities to demonstrate and experience "mind shifts" as we work with adult learners. The cohosts discuss examples of how people have been assisted and supported in developing critical thinking, research seeking, responsibility. Compelling thoughts about how to facilitate these experiences so people have choices in their lives and learning. Illustrations, strategies for problem solving, and the theory behind it all.

More resources available through this ATL web site for those who want to learn more on this topic-

Don't miss out - check out the Transformative Learning Library:
More resources available through this ATL web site for those who want to learn more on this topic- videos, audios, articles and books.  http://www.podcastforteachers.org/tlelibrary

And Dr. King's book "Bringing Transformative Learning to Life" published by Krieger Publishing

Email Barbara and Kathy with your comments and questions  at: atlpodcast@gmail.com
EPISODE 5     Welcome to 2006! 

Click here for Adventures in Transformative Learning©, 5th Episode Feb. 6, 2006

ATL Podcast's 5th Episode -

Transformative Learning Helps Adults Cope with The Call of the Wild!

        Converge or Diverge- Information Literacy, Critical Thinking, and Problem Solving

Understanding different perspectives of technology and new technology consequences.
Learning from our Youth! Facebook.com, Myspace.com, The Chronicle of Higher Education, and the nightly news - different experiences and
perspectives.

Additional learning resources podcastpickle.com, epnweb.org
Lively discussion about transformative learning's application to current and
critical issues. Professor Barbara Heuer and author Kathy King discuss learners' experiences, illustrations and the theory behind it all.

More resources available through this ATL web site for those who want to learn more on this topic- videos, audios, articles and books. Don't miss out - also check out the Transformative Learning Library: www.podcastforteachers.org/tlelibrary

And Dr. King's book "Bringing Transformative Learning to Life" published by Krieger Publishing

Available 24/7- email your comments and questions to your cohosts at: atlpodcast@gmail.com


    EPISODE 4
 

Click here to go to Adventures in Transformative Learning©, 4th Episode Jan. 2, 2006

Welcome to 2006 with ATL's 4th Podcast:  Bringing it Together in New Perspectives as Adult Learn!   Lively discussion about transformative learning's stage of reintegration. Special guest Dr. Steven D'Agustino shares experiences of disorienting dilemmas in learning experiences from working with adults. How do we support and help adult learners face their fears? How do we help ourselves and other adults develop lifelong learning skills? Support, challenge, compassion- reaching ahead.

Professor Barbara Heuer and author Kathy King discuss learners' experiences, illustrations and the theory behind it all. Practical insight and discussion about the heart behind teaching to enable people to change their lives. Friendly discussion, humorous experiences as learners and educators, the reality of stretching to change; the Power of Adult Learning. Don't miss the first-ever ATL out-take!

More resources available through this web sitewww.podcastforteachers.org/atl  for those who want to learn more on this topic- videos, audios, articles and books, Don't miss out: www.podcastforteachers.org/tlelibrary.

Available 24/7- email your comments and questions to your cohosts at: atlpodcast@gmail.com

 
  EPISODE 3
 

Click here to go to Adventures in Transformative Learning©, 3rd Episode Dec. 15, 2005

ATL Podcast's 3rd Episode ------ When my world doesn't fit anymore! Looking at the Journey of Change! The stages of struggling with conflict in Transformative Learning.

Trying on new roles, coping with expectations of others.... Professors Barbara Heuer and Kathy King talk about these experiences, provide illustrations and discuss finding support through community, discussion and examples.

How do adults cope with these conflicts? What issues do educators have to consider? Where are the ethical issues?

ALSO Resources for adult educators- Barbara shares about her conference trip to AAACE and the cohosts discuss the different fields of adult education and the rich resources that professional adult education conferences provide educators. (http://www.aaace.org)

This web site provides even more for those who want to learn more on the topic of transformative learning- videos, audios, articles and books, check it out: www.podcastforteachers.org/tlelibrary

Email your cohosts, Barbara and Kathy with your comments and questions at: atlpodcast@gmail.com

  
    EPISODE 2
 

Click here to go to Adventures in Transformative Learning©, 2nd Episode Nov. 20, 2005

ATL Podcast's 2nd Episode ---Understanding more about the stages of Transformative Learning. Where it starts: Disorienting Dilemmas. Professors Barbara Heuer and
Kathy King talk about everyday and unusual examples of this experience.

Also, how do adults deal with these disorienting dilemmas, these radical changes? Listen to the discussion of how adults think through the experience and determine their next steps: an introduction to critical reflection and critical thinking.

This episode also introduces the first-ever: Transformative Learning ELIBRARY.
More resources available on the Internet for those who want to learn more on this topic- videos, audios, articles and books, check it out: www.podcastforteachers.org/tlelibrary

Email your comments and questions to your cohosts at: atlpodcast@gmail.com

    EPISODE 1

Click here to go to
Adventures in Transformative Learning
©, 1st Episode Nov. 7, 2005

ATL Podcast 1st Episode ------- Live from the Bronx! A new podcast series from Fordham's RETC: Adventures in Transformative Learning
©, A Podcast for Teachers and Learners. Fordham University's Podcast for Teachers presents a new series of podcasts devoted to transformative learning. Adventures in Transformative Learning© describes how learning can dramatically change people's lives.

In the first of the series, Dr. Kathy King, co-host of the Fordham's Podcast for Teachers, Techpod (originally Techpod PFT) and this Adventures in Transformative Learning©, visits with guest, Dr. Barbara Heuer, assistant professor in adult education at Fordham about the powerful concept of transformative learning and how it relates to the lives of adults and educators.

Future podcasts in the series will continue the conversation with more interviews, discussion, stories, questions and answers and resources about transformative learning. To participate in the Adventures in Transformative Learning© podcasts you can send in questions, comments, audio files (Mp3 format please), resources and suggest topics: ATLpodcast@gmail.com


INTRODUCTORY AUDIOCLIP of Adventures in Transformative Learning
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  • Send Transformative Thoughts- Send us your 2-5-minute MP3 file that describes you question, thoughts, or experiences about transformative learning and change in adulthood to......... (ATLpodcast@gmail.com)
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Barbara P. Heuer is an assistant professor of adult education and coordinator of the M.S. in Adult Education and Human Resource Development at Fordham University's Graduate School of Education.[Read more...]
Kathleen P. King is a professor of Adult Education and Human Resource Development at Fordham University's Graduate School of Education.[Read more...]

 


Adventures in Transformative Learning©, Podcast for Teachers and Learners is produced and published by Fordham University © Fordham University, King, & Heuer, 2005-2007.

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Graduate School of Education

About the MS in Adult Education and HRD Program at

Fordham's Graduate School of Education

The Adult Education and Human Resource Development Master’s program at Fordham University is designed to meet the needs of those persons who are responsible for the training and human resource development of adults in educational settings.

Successful ONLINE Study Program Launches Summer 2007

Professor, Dr. King's return to her full time faculty appointment in the Graduate School of Education has enabled us to launch our courses in an online format to students around the globe. We have skilled and internationally known faculty in not only adult learning and its related research, but also experts in and experienced distance learning,

If you have hoped to do you MS in Adult Education & HRD with us but,

  • had not been able to fit the night time classes into your schedule,
  • or you live far to distant to travel to campus weekly.

We now have a solution!

Our online study option provides the opportunity to be enrolled in the same Fordham program with the same professors, however you also have the flexibility and convenience which online learning provides.

Our brochures are available for download and printing at http://www.fordham.edu/gse/aded/adedonline.pdf

Program Highlights

In order to meet student needs in the diverse field of adult education, this Master’s program provides an opportunity to make flexible choices of courses. The program includes a basic core of adult education courses and a student- selected concentration of three courses. This is truly a personal curriculum developed with the guidance of your advisor.

We truly appreciate diverse and multiple perspectives within this program. Fordham's Master's in Adult Education and HRD program has student representatives from a wide variety of adult education and HRD programs and settings across the city, the nation and the world.In recent years we have had international students from Ghana, Sri Lanka, Belize, Dominican Republic, and Russia to name a few. We are committed to cultivating and sustaining a learning community that is learner-centered, multicultural and forward-looking.

Click this link to view the brochure: Masters in Adult Ed & HRD Online

Contact Dr. Barbara Heuer for more information : heuer@fordham.edu


PLEASE NOTE

The name Podcast for Teachers© is the exclusive intellectual property of Fordham University', Kathleen King and Mark Gura, 2005-2007.

The name Adventures in Transformative Learning© is the exclusive intellectual property of Fordham  University', Kathleen King and Barbara Heuer, 2005-2007.

The Community Podcast© and Community Podcast Feed©  are the exclusive intellectual property of Fordham University, Kathleen King, 2005-2007.


The entirety of this work is © Fordham, King, Gura & Heuer, 2005-2007.

For more information contact Podcastforteachers  @ (at) gmail.com


     07/25/2007