ED 658 - Literature Review in Adult Education & Training
Specific measurable learning objectives beyond those that delineate the boundaries of this course (the “shoreline”) will be developed by the student in conjunction with the faculty member. The student will undertake an in-depth exploration of the published research and writing within the domain of Adult Education, Human Resource Training. The differences between Adult Education and Human Resource Training must be clearly delineated. The literature review should also examine training areas for specific industry requirements and related compliance standards such as for IPC, OSHA and ISO. An exploration of the tenets of the chosen guiding principle core value will complete the literature review component of this course. The student will carry out an evaluation of the work completed and understanding gained during this course using each of the measurable objectives that were developed for this course. Any gaps in work or knowledge identified will be rectified prior to successfully completing this course. This evaluation process will continue for each of the courses in this program.
Prerequisites & Notes
This is a 15-week course. This course is open only to students of the M.S.E.d. Adult Education & Training concentration.
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