This conference provides a forum for practitioners and researchers to discuss practices, concepts, evaluation, and research studies in order to improve practice in Adult Education. It facilitates dialogue and the initiation and pursuit of projects among individuals and groups working in various fields of Adult Education. Through such discussion and collaboration, participants contribute toward the realization of a more humane and just society through lifelong learning.
Adult and Continuing Education and Teaching | Education
Rowland,, Michael Editor and Western Kentucky University, Bowling Green, Kentucky, "Negotiating Cultural Values in a Learning Environment" (2008). College of Education and Behavioral Sciences Publications. Paper 17.
This year [October 4-8, 2008], Western Kentucky University, the College of Education and Behavioral Sciences, and the Department of Special Instructional Programs is proud to host the 27th Annual Midwest Research to Practice Conference for Adult, Continuing, Community, and Extension Education. We welcome participants and presenters as we focus on this year’s theme, “Negotiating Cultural Values in a Learning Environment.” Visiting with us this year are faculty, graduate students, and practitioners from the Midwest and beyond.