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Department of Adult Education and Counselling Psychology,
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This year, Basil Yeaxlee (1883-1967) published Lifelong education: A sketch of the range and significance of the adult education movement, considered the first full statement of lifelong education. This pioneering book, published in London, provided the first comprehensive discussion on experiential learning, informal education and community life , opening the path for many others to come during the reminder of the 20th century.
Below are links to chapter III (Learning from life), chapter IX (Fully adult) and chapter X (Wanting is - what?), courtesy of the Informal Education Homepage, edited by Mark Smith from the UK.
Chapter III: Learning from life http://www.infed.org/archives/e-texts/yeaxlee3.htm
Chapters IX and X http://www.infed.org/archives/e-texts/yeaxlee9.htm
Yeaxlee, B. A. (1929). Lifelong education: A sketch of the range and significance of the adult education movement. London: Cassell. 166 pages.
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