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Introduction
Chapter 1: Exploring the World of Learning Theory
Chapter 2: Theories of Learning
Chapter 3: A Theory of Adult Learning: Andragogy
Chapter 4: Theories of Teaching
Chapter 5: Applying Theories of Learning and Teaching to HRD
Appendix A: Life Problems of American Adults
Appendix B: A Differential PSychology of the Adult Potential
Appendix C: Memorandum to the PErsonal Computer Industry
Appendix D: Creating Lifelong Learning Communities
Appendix E: From Teacher to Facilitator of Learning
Appendix F: Making Things Happen by Releasing the Energy of Others
Appendix G: Westinghouse Corporation's Andragogical Executive Forum
Appendix H: Ways of Learning: Reactive Versus Proactive
Appendix I: Some Guidelines for the use of Learning Contracts
Appendix J: Core Competency Diagnostic and Planning Guide
Appendix K: Becoming a Tutor
Appendix L: Andragogy in Developing Contries
Appendix M: The Application of Brain Dominance Technology to the Training Profession
Bibliography
Author Index
Subject Index

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Knowles, M. S. (1995). Designs for adult learning: Practical resources, exercises, and course outlines from the father of adult learning. Alexandria, VA: American Society for Training and Development.

Introduction
Chapter 1: Conceptual Foundations
Chapter 2: Components of an Andragogical Process Design
Chapter 3: Designs for Courses
Chapter 4: Designs for Workshops
Chapter 5: Designs for Conference Sessions, "Lectures" and Keynote Speeches
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