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  1. 16 Extraordinary American Entrepreneurs by Nancy Lobb, 2008-01
  2. Japanese Students at Cambridge University in the Meiji Era, 1868-1912: Pioneers for the Modernization of Japan by Noboru Koyama, 2009-09-01
  3. 16 Extraordinary African Americans by Nancy Lobb, 2007-01
  4. Little Mosie from the Margaree: A Biography of Moses Michael Coady by Michael R. Welton, 2000-12-15
  5. The Education of a College President: A Memoir by James R. Killian Jr., 1985-05
  6. Bertrand Hallward: First Vice-Chancellor of the University of Nottingham, 1948-1965 - A Biography by Derek Winterbottom, 1996-01
  7. From Prayer to Pragmatism: A Biography of John L. Childs by Professor Emeritus Lawrence J. Dennis Ph.D., 1992-04-01
  8. A Beginning of Collegiate Education West of the Appalachians, 1795-1833: The Achievement of Dr. Charles Coffin of Greeneville College and East Tennessee College by James Patrick, 2007-03-31
  9. New Life, New Language: History of the Adult Migrant English Program 1948-1998 by Shirley Martin, 1999-02
  10. International Narratives on Becoming a Teacher Educator: Pathways to a Profession (Mellen Studies in Education)
  11. Watersheds in Higher Education (Mellen Studies in Education)
  12. Elias Potter Lyon: Minnesota's Leader in Medical Education by Owen H. Wangensteen, 1981-10
  13. Noch Eins!: Tales From the Terrapin Keller by Circe Woessner, 2003-09-23
  14. The Greatest Catch: A Life in Teaching by Penny Kittle, 2005-08-16

21. Adult Education Research Group | Title
subjectivity and professionalism 2) Learning Environment, Learning biographies, CrossingCultural The adult education Research Group offers a glass of wine in
Adult Education Research Group
ESREA - Biography Network - Conference
(Updated the 17th of March)
Gender, Learning and Biography
March 16th - 19th, 2000
Roskilde, Denmark
Revised programme
Thursday 16 th 5.00 pm: Arrival and accommodation at Roskilde Folk Highschool
6.00 pm: Dinner
7.30 pm: Welcome to the ESREA-Conference by the Conference Organization Committee
Principal Knud Farver Petersen welcomes to Roskilde Folk Highschool
Lecture: "Experience and Life History - Local Approach and a European Horizon ", by The Life History Project, Prof. Dr. Henning Salling Olesen and Kirsten Weber, University of Roskilde
Friday 17 th 7.45 am: Breakfast
9.00 am: Plenary
9.15 am: Workshops 1- 4 1) Work, subjectivity and professionalism 2) Learning Environment, Learning Biographies, Crossing Cultural Boundaries 3) Gender and Learning 4) Identity and Biography (methods) Lunch 1.00 pm:

22. Office Of Human Resources - Learning Opportunities (Biographies / January - June
She has a Diploma in adult education from l'Université de Moncton,and a Teaching Certificate in the training field. Pauline has
Office of Human Resources

Learning Opportunities: January - June 2003
Learning Opportunities Leaders
FRANÇOISE BEAULIEU Françoise Beaulieu graduated from l'Université de Moncton with a Masters Degree in Education. She has extensive experience in the teaching profession and served as Vice-President and President of the local and provincial Teacher's Association as well as Vice-President of the National Teacher's Federation. Françoise is known for her public relations, communication and organizational skills PAULINE CORMIER Pauline is a Consultant with Pro-Results Inc. She has a Diploma in Adult Education from l'Université de Moncton, and a Teaching Certificate in the training field. Pauline has extensive experience in adult education both in the public and private sectors. Pauline is known for her professionalism, her positive energy and her dynamic group animation approach. JEANNINE CORMIER graduated from l'Université de Moncton with a Bachelor's Degree in Education. She has been employed as a Teacher / Director for several years in school Districts I and II. She has been actively involved in several committees and organizations and has recently retired from the Teaching profession.

23. About ISPI Vancouver - Executive Biographies
He is completing his Master's in adult education by distance learning at St. FrancisXavier University, Antigonish, Nova Scotia. Executive Council biographies,
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David Cory has served on the executive of the ISPI Vancouver Chapter for five years as VP Finance, VP Marketing, President Elect, and now President. David is an independent performance improvement specialist. In his Cory Consulting work, he builds especially on his interest in the relationship between leadership development and emotional intelligence. David studied to be a high school teacher and later obtained an M.A. in Adult Education. From there he discovered an interest in how employees develop their skills in the workplace. David lives in Vancouver with his life's partner, Jill; two children, Becky and Ben; and two Burmese cats and a Belgian shepherd.
Lori Smith joined the chapter executive in the summer of 1999 as VP Programs. In 2002, Lori stepped forward to offer her leadership and enthusiasm as Chapter President. Lori is a Desktop Performance Specialist with

24. About Escalate
these fields are discussed along with a critique of their concepts and how theserelate to global adult education. Coupled with minibiographies and succinct

Books reviewed
Academics and the Real World Accessing Education Achieving QTS: Teaching Arts in Primary Schools ... Addressing the Challengin Behaviour of Children with High-Functioning Autism/Asperger Syndrome in the Classroom Adult Education at the Crossroads, Learning Our Way Out Adults Learning Aspects of Teaching and Learning in Secondary Schools, Perspectives on Practice Assessing the Quality of Open and Distance Learning Materials Becoming a Primary School Teacher ... Understanding Assessment - Purposes, Perceptions, Practice Page 9/55
Title: Adult Education at the Crossroads: learning our way out
Authors: Matthias Finger and Jose Manuel Asun
Publisher: NIACE
Pages: 207
Reviewer: Dr Phil Bayliss
Post-16 Education and Training
University of Plymouth
Lifelong learning and the concept of the knowledge society have raised the status of adult education and training. However, this new importance is accompanied by threats to its integrity, hence the title, 'Adult Education at the Crossroads'. Adult learning, which used to be generally informal, is now predominantly formal, accredited and customised to both learners' and organisations' needs. This trend was confirmed in the statute books by the 1992 Further and Higher Education Act which ensured adequate funding for academic and vocational learning whilst leaving what it termed 'leisure pursuits for adults' to the tenuous subsidies of LEAs. These specific concerns, although reflecting a world-wide trend, are too detailed and parochial for the global picture drawn by Finger and Asun. This book is the fifth in a series aimed particularly at a third world perspective of developmental adult education.

25. SJUSD: Board Of Education Biographies
Communications. She and her husband, Don, have three adult children. 7111.3/9/99 biographies; webreq 199. Introduction to the Board of education.
Meet Our Board Members THOMAYSA M. GLOVER was elected to the San Juan Unified School District Board of Education in 1998 and re-elected in 2002. She graduated from Hampton University in Virginia with a degree in business management and experience in community services planning and fiscal management. She and her husband, Tyrone, have two sons. She has been active in her sons' schools and various district committees and community organizations. JOSEPH W. HAYES was elected to the San Juan Unified School District Board of Education in 1996 and re-elected in 2000. He graduated from the University of Southern California and has a master's degree from California State University-Sacramento. He is a retired San Juan district teacher and principal with 34 years of educational experience and has worked as a owner/builder/manager of commercial and residential real estate. He has two grown children who graduated from Mira Loma High School. He resides in Fair Oaks. JAMES A. LIVINGSTON was elected to the San Juan Unified School District Board of Education in 1992 and re-elected in 1996 and 2000. He has a B.A. degree from the University of Northern Iowa, an M.A. degree from the University of Northern Colorado, an Advanced Graduate degree from Washington University-St. Louis, and an Ed.D degree from University of California-Berkeley. He has worked in the public schools as a teacher, counselor, administrator, and wrestling coach and at the university level for 24 years as a professor/ administrator at California State University-Sacramento. He and his wife, Lyn, have three adult daughters and a son and have been involved in school/community activities since 1968.

26. 2002 Governor's Literacy Summit Presenter Biographies 
2002 Governor’s Literacy Summit. PRESENTER biographies. Omar Rogers is Directorof adult education/Family Literacy at Bowling Green Technical College.
2002 Governor’s Literacy Summit PRESENTER BIOGRAPHIES Marlene Helm She began her career in education as an elementary school teacher in Fayette County and has served in numerous administrative and educational organization leadership positions. Secretary Helm chairs the state United Way of Kentucky Board and is a member of the Kentucky Early Childhood Authority, National Conference of Community and Justice (NCCJ), and the Kentucky State University Board of Regents. Mark Wasicsko , Dean of the College of Education at Eastern Kentucky University since 1999, is responsible for university-wide educator preparation programs. A member of the Kentucky Education Professional Standards Board, he previously served in administrative and teaching roles at universities in Illinois, Texas and Virginia. Abraham Williams , Executive Director of the Housing Authority of Bowling Green, has led the organization to national recognition for educational and workforce training programs, including the HUD National Best of the Best Award for 2000, the SERC/NAHRO Innovative Programs, and NAHRO National Award for Excellence for 2001. Brenda Hauser is Director of Elementary Schools and Professional Development for Daviess County Public Schools.

27. Democracy Education Network Biographies
biographies of Coordinator and Directors of Democracy education Coordinator of theDemocracy education Network. and communications teacher for adult reentry
Democracy Education Network
Who is Democracy Education Network?
Biographies of Coordinator and Directors
of Democracy Education Network
COORDINATOR David Shulman has written and spoken extensively on citizen participation and citizenship education in Canada and the United States. He has worked with governments, foundations and school boards on the planning, delivery and evaluation of citizen participation programs for youth and adults. He is the former president of the Ontario Community Education Association, and in 1993 became the founding Coordinator of the Democracy Education Network. Among his other responsibilities, he is a social studies, civics and communications teacher for adult re-entry and secondary school programs in Toronto. DIRECTORS George Brown consults and trains in the area of community-based social and economic development, including local government policy and management, crime prevention through social development, stakeholder involvement in community decisions, local government and social agency productivity, and accountability and control. His experience includes nine years as a member of Ottawa's City Council, Chair of the City's Economic Affairs Committee, and initiator of the Metropolitan Entrepreneurship Centre and the Ottawa-Carleton Community Enterprise Centre. George Brown has an Honours B.A. in law and sociology, and a MSc. in Community Economic Development and post-graduate work at the Maryknoll Institute for Justice and Peace. He is currently the Coordinator of the Ottawa Community Loan Fund.

28. 2002 Maine Adult Education Summer Institute
2002 Summer Institute Presenter biographies. She provides staff development to adulteducation directors and is the facilitator of the Directors North group.

29. WileyEurope :: The Profession And Practice Of Adult Education: An Introduction
adult Continuing education, as Learners The Significance of Gender in adult Learning(Hardcover from Our Lives Using educational biographies with adults,,078790290X,00.html
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John M. Dirkx, Suzanne M. Prenger
Women as Learners: The Significance of Gender in Adult Learning (Hardcover)
Elisabeth Hayes, Daniele D. Flannery, Ann K. Brooks, Elizabeth J. Tisdell, Jane M. Hugo Learning from Our Lives: Using Educational Biographies with Adults (Hardcover) Pierre Dominice How Do They Know They Know?: Evaluating Adult Learning (Hardcover) Jane Vella, Paula Berardinelli, Jim Burrow The Practitioner-Researcher: Developing Theory from Practice (Hardcover) Peter Jarvis The Profession and Practice of Adult Education: An Introduction Sharan B. Merriam, Ralph G. Brockett

30. Tribal College Librarians Institute 1997 Speaker Biographies
Speaker biographies. He has a Bachelor of Science in Business, a Master of educationin adult education , and a doctorate degree in adult and Higher education
Speaker Biographies Mary Bushing is Collection Development Librarian at MSU-Bozeman. She has been actively involved in collection development and related topics during most of her library career and has worked with school, public, academic and special libraries in the United States and New Zealand. Her work on collection development policies, collection assessment and conspectus is used in libraries in many parts of the world. In addition to her work with collection development, Mary has been involved in continuing education issues for the library community at all levels. Her most recent research projects have centered upon the identification of important factors for successful continuing education for librarians. She holds degrees from Aurora University and Rosary College in Illinois and MSU-Bozeman. She teaches in the school library media program in the College of Education, Health and Human Development and has taught in the University Honors program.
John Doherty
is currently a reference librarian with the Montana State University Libraries. Doherty came to Montana from Flagstaff, Arizona, where he began his library career at Northern Arizona University, though he originally hails from Northern Ireland. A graduate of the universities of Ulster, Wales, and Arizona, his subject specialties and areas of research interest include the Internet, Arthuriana, Irish history and culture, and the social aspects of information. Doherty is actively involved in creating Arthurian resources for use on the Internet. He is the Associate Editor of

31. Challenges For The Millenium - Biographies
biographies. Anne Jordan. She spent a number of years teaching at second leveland progressed into the field of adult and community education.
Anne Jordan
Dr. Dervilla Donnelly Link to Introductory Speech
Dr. Don Thornhill
Dr. Don Thornhill is Chair of the Higher Education Authority (HEA). Prior to his appointment to the HEA he was Secretary General of the Department of Education and Science from 1993 to 1998. He was previously an Assistant Secretary in the Office of the Revenue Commissioners in Dublin and has also worked in the Departments of Finance and Foreign Affairs and in the Unilever organisation. He is a graduate of UCD (B.Sc. and Ph.D (Chemistry)) and TCD (M.Sc.(Econ.)). During 1987 he was a Fulbright Scholar at the Brookings Institute in Washington DC. He is a council member of the Irish Management Institute and is Honorary Treasurer and council member of the Statistical and Social Inquiry Society of Ireland. Link to Dr Thornhill's paper
Dr. Rosemary Hamilton
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Professor Jarlath Ronayne
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Dr. Maureen Gaffney
Link to Dr. Gaffney's paper
Dr. Alan Wagner
Redefining Tertiary Education (OECD, 1998). Dr. Wagner received his A.B. (with distinction) from the University of Michigan and his M.A. and Ph.D. from the University of Illinois, all in Economics.

32. Pfeiffer :: Learning From Our Lives: Using Educational Biographies With Adults
Learning from Our Lives Using educational biographies with adults Pierre Dominice andmajor contribution to the literature of adult education. (Jack Mezirow,,0787910317|rv|2859,00.html
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Developing Adult Learners: Strategies for Teachers and Trainers (Hardcover)

Kathleen Taylor, Catherine Marienau, Morris Fiddler
Handbook of Adult and Continuing Education, 2000 Edition (Hardcover)
Arthur L. Wilson, Elisabeth R. Hayes Understanding and Facilitating Adult Learning: A Comprehensive Analysis of Principles and Effective Practices (Paperback) Stephen D. Brookfield Join an Education Mailing List Learning from Our Lives: Using Educational Biographies with Adults Pierre Dominice ISBN: 0-7879-1031-7 Hardcover 240 Pages July 2000, Jossey-Bass

33. Clergy Biographies
Before coming to Congregation Shaarey Zedek, Rabbi Krakoff had extensive experiencein adult education through his experiences teaching for three years in the
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Rabbi Irwin Groner
Rabbi Joseph Krakoff
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Rabbi Irwin Groner
Rabbi Irwin Groner is spiritual leader of Congregation Shaarey Zedek in Southfield, Michigan. He served as President of the Rabbinical Assembly from 1990-1992. He writes a monthly column for the Detroit Jewish News on the weekly Torah Portion. He is the Chairman of the Governing Board of the One-Volume Torah Commentary being produced for the Conservative Movement by the Rabbinical Assembly with the participation of the Jewish Publication Society. Rabbi Groner has been a member of: The Board of Governors of the Jewish Federation of Metropolitan Detroit; the Rabbinic Cabinet of the United Jewish Appeal; and the Board of Governors of the United Synagogue. He served as Chairman of the Rabbinical Assembly Conventions of 1976 and 1977. He was Co-Chairman of the National Youth Commission of the United Synagogue from 1972-1976. He held the potion of Vice-President of the Jewish Community Council of Detroit from 1974-1976. Rabbi Gronerís sermons, essays and articles have been published in periodicals of the Conservative Movement. Rabbi Groner was appointed by Governor James Blanchard in 1984 to be the first clergyman to serve on the Judicial Tenure Commission of Michigan and was subsequently named vice-Chairman.

34. Central SABES | Staff Biographies
biographies of Central SABES Staff Cathy has a special interest in the use of mediain the adult education classroom and has experience producing and editing
Central SABES
T SABES MISSION: SABES promotes effective instruction and enhanced program quality to help ensure that Massachusetts will have an integrated adult literacy system which assists learners in reaching their full potential and goals as individuals, parents, community members, and workers Programs Served Publications Directions/Map Library Resources ... Community Planning Counseling Health ESOL Learning Disabilities For Directors GED Assessment Biographies of Central SABES Staff Merilee Freeman
Phone: 508-854-4296
E-mail: Merilee Freeman
Merilee Freeman is the Central SABES Librarian and also an Associate Coordinator. If you are looking for books, curricula, or mate rials for your teachers, programs or yourself, she is the person to call. In addition to her responsibilities in the library Merilee is also involved in the area of ESOL. She develops and is a presenter at ESOL trainings. Merilee is in charge of the Health Initiative and facilitates a Health Sharing Group. She has been involved in Learning Disabilities, Trauma in the Adult Learner and Native Language Literacy concerns.
Cathy Coleman
Phone: 508-854-2725

35. ERIC Clearinghouse On Adult Education [ERIC/AE](with Text)
adult education Information Services Establishment of a Prototype System. Part IIIDecember 1, 1967. National Advisory Board.(1969) biographies, Photographs.
ERIC Clearinghouse on Adult Education [ERIC/AE](with text) The Adult Education History Project Based on Information in the Syracuse University Library Archives Translated for the WWW by Roger Hiemstra Collection ERIC Clearinghouse on Adult Education. Title- Records 1962-1973, 1967-1973 (bulk). 6 linear ft. Bio/hist_note- Educational Resources Information Center (ERIC/AE) was established at Syracuse University in 1968 to provide information services to the adult education and training profession. A National Advisory Board determined needs and maintained contact with the field of adult education. The ERIC/AE collection contains organizational material, correspondence, financial records, printed material, and reports related to ERIC/AE and its' predecessor, the Library of Continuing Education. Printed material includes information sources, occasional papers and newsletters published by the Clearinghouse. Writings by Alexander N. Charters, Margaret Charters, Roger DeCrow, Stanley Grabowski, Charles Hoover, Huey Long, John A. Niemi, John Ohliger, Sara M. Steele and Coolie Verner are included. Series- Association.

the group's reaction and comments toward the educational biographies presented in Thisis not limited to students of adult and continuing education but it
This review has been accessed times since May 22, 2002
Learning from Our Lives:  Using Educational Biographies with Adults .  San Francisco, Jossey-Bass Inc.
Pp. xxiii + 206 $28     ISBN 0-7879-1031-7
Reviewed by Olga L. O'Hearn
Norfolk State University
May 22, 2002
Learning from Our Lives is to provide "a detailed exploration of the reasons for, a rationale for, using educational biography approaches in adult education" (p. xviii).  Adult learners, adult educators, and those in the health professions, in politics, and religious studies can benefit from the experience of writing or reading an educational biography, as it is not just an individual's story but the story of society as well, it gives an insight on how adults learn, what they learn, and what motivates them to learn. Based on this author's work with about one hundred adults who submitted their educational biographies as a requisite for one of the courses taught at the University of Geneva, this book comes out as an essential guide to those who wish to incorporate the life history approach in their field of study or work.  The examples he uses, although not abundant, are representative of the diverse group that forms adult learners. The book reinforces what is most stressed by Cyril O. Houle (1988) in

37. Antioch University Seattle B.A. In Liberal Studies Program
Faculty biographies. Candace's interest in transformative adult education beganin the early 1980s during her community organizing work with women living in
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MaryLou Finley, Ph.D. in Sociology, University of Chicago. Core faculty, BA program. Mary Lou has a wide range of interests in sociology, including race, class, and gender studies; poverty; the sociology of health and illness; health issues in developing countries; social change; and nonviolence studies. Her professional experience includes work with community organizing and social service organizations. MaryLou has done research on health services for breast cancer patients, and recently completed a two-year postdoctoral fellowship in health services research at the School of Public Health and Community Medicine at the University of Washington. She currently is working on a research project on access to health care for homeless women. MaryLou has studied the spiritual traditions and history of India for many years and visited India with her daughter in the summers of 1993 and 1997.

38. Antioch University Seattle Graduate Program In Whole Systems Design
Faculty biographies. He is a designer of adult education, with a cognate majorin community development and a strong background working with adult learners
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Faculty Biographies Individualized Program Organization System Renewal Northwest Program Organization System Renewal Midwest Program Individualized Program Core Faculty Guy Burneko Ph.D. Guy earned an interdisciplinary Ph.D. in literature, the philosophy of science, and in the evolution of consciousness at Emory University's Graduate Institute of the Liberal Arts. He has enjoyed subsequent fellowship and publication research in such related areas as : philosophical Daoism, Analytic Psychology, religious studies, systems, symbol, and structures of consciousness. He tried often clumsily, to bring an (ongoingly) integrated nondual sensibility to the issues of culture, ecohuman awareness, and the emergence of a human-cosmic spiritual dimensionality. Betsy Geist , P.h.D., in Whole Systems Design, The Union Institute; M.A., in W.S.D. Antioch University; B.A. Religion, Wellesley College. Her doctoral work drew on the philosophy of Mary Parker Follett. Current explorations include ecological epistemology, and human economics. Seattle and Chongqing, China, and remains involved in "citizen diplomacy." She was a founding board member of the mediation Consortium of Washington State, and produced a comparative study of Chinese and American Approaches to law and dispute resolution. She is a Swimmer, crafter, Mom and gardener.

39. Biographies Of Senior Officials -- U.S. Department Of Education
biographies of Senior Officials—US Department of education. Carol D'Amico — AssistantSecretary, Office of Vocational and adult education office home
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40. High School Symposium
of Vocational and adult education convened, Preparing experts in secondary education,and educators. details and Respondent biographies. Commissioned Papers
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On April 4, 2002, Assistant Secretary Carol D'Amico and the Office of Vocational and Adult Education convened, "Preparing America's Future: The High School Symposium," in Washington, D.C. Prior to the symposium, OVAE commissioned eight papers in issues central to contemporary high schools. At the symposium, a panel composed of eight authors and seven expert respondents discussed these key issues. Panel members included policy analysts, foundation representatives, business and industry representatives, experts in secondary education, and educators. Commissioned Papers and Author Biographies These papers are in MS Word. The paper title brings up the full text, and the author's name brings up his or her biography.

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