Jun 28, 2018 · The question arises, what are the interstices between integral education, spirituality, and adult students? I am so excited about embarking upon this live dialogue about CIHS’ innovative design that honors the life experience of the student as well as provides a context for very specific learning across the healing arts disciplines.Author: Hope Umanksy, Ph.D. The purpose of this chapter is to consider the important influence that spirituality has in adult learning and how discussions of it are affecting the field of adult education. In so doing, the author begins by attempting to define spirituality and then considers the nature of spiritual experience and its relationship to adult development.Cited by: 71.
Goals for integrating spirituality in adult education. In addition to expressing a rationale for spirituality in adult education, our educators also identified the goals for incorporating it into adult learning experiences. Libby explained that she doesn’t “always talk about this [spirituality]Cited by: 3. Options for accessing this content: If you are a society or association member and require assistance with obtaining online access instructions please contact our Journal Customer Services team.
Sep 15, 2008 · Spirituality and adult learning. Elizabeth J. Tisdell. Pennsylvania State University, Harrisburg. Search for more papers by this author. The role of spirituality in adult education and adult learning is discussed by defining spirituality and exploring how Cited by: 71. Spirituality is very important in many adults' lives but is often ignored in adult education practice. Spirituality is at the root of the liberal, progressive, humanistic, and social-change strands of adult education. It should be a part of professional development. (SK)Cited by: 11.
Spirituality and Adult Education. Learning with Adults: Although there is overlap of emphasis with writers who include a holistic dimension to spirituality in adult education, there is a distinctly critical dimension to how some adult education writers talk about spirituality. They do not believe that it is sufficient to educate people for. The Virtual Learning Community for Faith Formation (VLCFF) is a growing initiative to offer adult religious education and faith formation anytime and anywhere via the internet. The goal is to support the church's professional ministry of religious education and faith formation in cyberspace. The VLCFF is coordinated and sponsored by the Institute for Pastoral Initiatives (IPI) at the.
Learning with Adults. Learning with Adults pp 179-187 That is close to what we see as spirituality in our practice as adult educators. English L.M., Mayo P. (2012) Spirituality And Adult Education. In: Learning with Adults. International Issues in Adult Education, vol 8. SensePublishers, RotterdamCited by: 13.