Modes of Adult Self-Directed Learning: An Ethnographic Study

From: Volume XII, Issue 3: Spring 1992 Pages 178-192

Abstract

Lack of a research base exists in adult religious education. This study of Black, Hispanic, and Asian church leaders investigates self-directed learning activities. Four major modes predominate: experiential praxis, thematic, goal-oriented, and integrative-mastery. The church can play a crucial role in encouraging adult learning by developing program utilizing these approaches.

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