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  2. Adult education - Wikipedia

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    Eduard C. Lindeman was the first expert who gave a systematic account of adult education. In his theory of education, education is regarded as a lifelong process. He pointed out that due to the constant development and change of social life and the surrounding environment, knowledge, and information are in a cycle of constant transmission, supplement and update, which requires people to keep ...

  3. Pedagogy - Wikipedia

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    Pedagogy (/ ˈ p ɛ d ə ɡ ɒ dʒ i,-ɡ oʊ dʒ i,-ɡ ɒ ɡ i /), most commonly understood as the approach to teaching, is the theory and practice of learning, and how this process influences, and is influenced by, the social, political and psychological development of learners.

  4. Philosophy of education - Wikipedia

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    Freire's emphasis on what he describes as "emancipation" through interactive participation has been used as a rationale for the participatory focus of development, as it is held that 'participation' in any form can lead to empowerment of poor or marginalised groups. Freire was a proponent of critical pedagogy.

  5. Experiential education - Wikipedia

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    About. John Dewey was the most famous proponent of hands-on learning or experiential education, which was discussed in his book Experience and Education (1938). It expressed his ideas about curriculum theory in the context of historical debates about school organization and the need to have experience as central in the educational process; hence, experiential education is referred to as a ...

  6. Tourism - Wikipedia

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    Etymology. The English-language word tourist was used in 1772 and tourism in 1811. These words derive from the word tour, which comes from Old English turian, from Old French torner, from Latin tornare - "to turn on a lathe", which is itself from Ancient Greek tornos (τόρνος) - "lathe".