The role of adult educators: more than the grin on the Cheshire Cat?
- University of Warwick
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- 40th Annual SCUTREA Conference, 2010, pp. 1 - 7
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The point we explore in this paper, is how can we conceptualise our role in adult education when =the field` itself is so diverse? Moreover, it is =curious and curiouser to think about our role in =the field` before we can actually articulate what the field is? Is it like the grin on Lewis Carroll`s Cheshire cat, or do we still have a tangible practice to pursue?
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