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a fairer Australia

Lifelong learning for
a fairer Australia

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New issue of Australian Journal of Adult Learning out now!

This issue of AJAL is focused on three important areas of adult learning, professional learning, transition pathways to higher education and adult learning in the context of COVID 19. The articles represent the broad context of adult learning in Australia and internationally. In this edition, articles inform us on professional learning in policing and help […]

New issue of Australian Journal of Adult Learning out now!

The April edition of the journal has both a national and international focus. The articles are written on some important adult education issues of our time such as therapeutic landscape learning after the COVID 19 pandemic; professional learning in police education; lifelong learning and adult education in Japan; second chance learning in Africa; and adult […]

Special edition of Australian Journal of Adult Learning out now!

Freire’s life and work It is the centenary of Paulo Freire’s birth and over fifty years since the publication of his most famous work Pedagogy of the Oppressed in English. In this Special Edition of the Australian Journal of Adult Learning (AJAL) we want to mark his extraordinary contribution as an educator, thinker and activist […]

New issue of Australian Journal of Adult Learning out now!

The latest issue of the Australian Journal of Adult Learning (AJAL) has been written at a time when we find ourselves living in the second year of a global pandemic, which has changed the nature of how we live, work and learn in Australia and the rest of the world. Volume 61, Number 2, July […]

New issue of Australian Journal of Adult Learning out now!

In the first edition of 2021, we have a diverse range of articles representing adult learning in higher education, adult education and its capacity to prevent poverty, and an article on older adult learning. Volume 61, Number 1, April 2021 Psychological distress among students in enabling education Johanna Nieuwoudt Try before you buy: Using enabling […]

Special issue of Australian Journal of Adult Learning out now!

Volume 60, Number 3, November 2020 Getting serious: The national ‘vision splendid’ for adult education 60 years onBarry Golding Educating Australian adults in an era of social and economic changeStephen Billet & Darryl Dymock Esmonde Higgins and the lost history of Australian adult education Bob Boughton Sixty years of adult learning in Aotearoa New Zealand: […]

New issue of Australian Journal of Adult Learning out now!

Volume 60, Number 1, April 2020 An age of endarkenment? Can adult education still make a difference? Tony Brown A vocational stream for social care workers: A case study Sally Thompson Transformative learning through mindfulness: Exploring the mechanism of change Thomas Howard Morris Misconceptions in the knowledge of vocational fitness students and graduates Daniel J […]

New issue of Australian Journal of Adult Learning out now!

Volume 59, Number 3, November 2019 Close, yet so far apart: Bridging social movement theory with popular education Kai A. Heidemann Learning by participating in social movements: Ethnographic research in Madrid (Spain) Héctor S. Melero & Inés Gil-Jaurena Here we stand: The pedagogy of Occupy Wall Street Darren Webb Learning in social movements: Emotion, identity […]

New issue of Australian Journal of Adult Learning out now!

Volume 59, Number 2, July 2019 Interactivity, connectedness and ‘teacher-presence’: Engaging and retaining students online Cathy Stone & Matthew Springer A picture paints a thousand words: Collage-making in higher education problem-based learning Sarah Gat, Margalit Pade & Michael Averech Bar Adult learning: Barriers and enablers to advancement in Canadian power engineering Clayton Mullen & Yohannes […]

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Volume 62, Number 1, April 2022 A gendered therapeutic learning landscape: Responding creatively to a pandemic Annette Folely, Helen Weadon, Sharon McDonough and Rachel Taylor Lifelong learning and adult education in Japan Anh Le and Stephen Billett Maximising PBL in police education: Why understanding the facilitator role is a key factor in developing learning for […]

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