Vol 3, No 4 (2010)

Vol. 3, No. 4, November 2010

Special Issue: Theorising and Reflecting on Lifelong Learning Policies and Practice

 

Table of Contents

Articles

A Decade of Rural Research: What have We Learnt about Adult Language, Literacy and Numeracy? PDF
Chris Atkin p2
The Rationale for Subsidy of Higher Education in Hong Kong: A Sensible Decision from An Economic Viewpoint PDF
Chan Shing Yin Amy p15
A Review of Educational Reform – New Senior Secondary (NSS) Education in Hong Kong PDF
William Chan p26
The Use of Practitioners as Part-Time Faculty in Postsecondary Professional Education PDF
Joseph Chan p36
The Lifelong Learning Sector and the Development of Hong Kong as A Regional Education Hub: Is Government Policy Rhetoric or Reality? PDF
John Cribbin p46
Intergenerational Learning (between Generation X & Y) in Learning Families: A Narrative Inquiry PDF
Cherri Ho C.Y. p59
Impact of Globalization on Higher Education: An Empirical Study of Education Policy & Planning of Design Education in Hong Kong PDF
Yan Yan Lam p73
The Rise of African Drumming among Adult Music Learners in Hong Kong PDF
Hung Kun Lee p86
An Effective Learning Model to Support People Development: The Emerging Approach of The Hong Kong Institute for Vocational Education PDF
Anita Sui Man Leung, Simon McGrath p94
To What Extent Educational Planning and Policy Decision ought to Be Guided by Economic Considerations – A Case Study on Recent Educational Developments of Hong Kong PDF
Margaret Wai Ki LO p107
Conceptualizing Humanistic Competence in the Language Classroom by TJP - A Chinese Case PDF
Ling Zhang, Chris Atkin p121


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