John A. Henschke's Published Works
Selected Publications (*Asterisk denotes refereed publication)

* ”Considerations Regarding the Future of Andragogy.”  In Adult Learning, Futures Column Glowaki-Dudka, M. (Ed.)  Vol. 22, Numbers 1-2, Winter & Spring, 2011.  (In       Press.)

* “A Capsule of the International History and Philosophy of Andragogy to 2010.”  In Journal of the Italian Association for Adult Education.  Italy:  Universit√† di Padova.  (Being Translated into Italian by Monica Fedeli; In Press) 2011.

* ” Andragogy and Its Future, Lifelong Learning, My Relationship with Malcolm S. Knowles, Connection between Learning and Performance, and My Commitment to Andragogy:” An Interview by Monica Fedeli from Italy with John A. Henschke.  Fedeli, M. Ph.D, Interviewer and Translator.  In Journal of the Italian Association for Adult Education; Universita di Padova, Italy; Being Translated  into Italian by Monica Fedeli; In Press) 2011.

* ”Counseling in an Andragogical Approach.”  In  Encyclopedia of Leadership,Counseling and Training. (Ed.) Wang, VCX. (In Press, 2011).

* ”Bringing the History and Philosophy of Andragogy into a More Comprehensive Understanding World-Wide: A 2010 Update.”  Session for the Dialogues in Andragogy   Special Interest Group, Commission of Professors of Adult Education (CPAE)  Conference, Clearwater Beach, FL, October, 2010.

* ”A Capsule of the History and Philosophy of Andragogy to 2010.”  In Proceedings of the 2010 Commission on International Adult Education (CIAE) Pre-Conference of the American Association for Adult and Continuing Education.  Vol. 1, Pp. 59-74.  Bowie, MD: American Association for Adult and Continuing Education.

* ”International Research Foundation for Andragogy and the Implications for the Practice of Education with Adults" (with Cooper, M. K.). Adapted and Updated from Proceedings for Midwest Research-to Practice Conference in Adult, Continuing, Extension, and Community Education. Pp. 93-98. St. Louis, Missouri, 2006. In Knowles, M. S., Holton, E. F., and Swanson, R. A. The Adult Learner: The Definitive Classic in Adult Education and Human Resource Development (7th Edition). Oxford, Elsevier. (In Press), 2011.

* ”An International Capsule of the History and Philosophy of Andragogy”. In Proceedings of the 29th Annual Midwest Research to Practice Conference in Adult, Continuing, Community, and Extension Education, East Lansing, Michigan, September 26-28, 2010. Pp. 118-123.

* ”The Power of Andragogy/ Adult Learning for Living A Viable Future”. In Proceedings of the 29th Annual Midwest Research to Practice Conference in Adult, Continuing, Community, and Extension Education, East Lansing, Michigan, September 26-28, 2010.Pp. 112-117.

* ”A Perspective on the History and Philosophy of Andragogy: An International Sketch-Part 1.” In Uczestnicy Edukacji Doroslych:  Akademickiego Towarzystwa Andragogicznego.Edukacja Doroslych, Polrocznik nr Warsaw, Poland. (Published in Polish), 2010.

* ”A Perspective on the History and Philosophy of Andragogy: An International Sketch-Part 2.” In Uczestnicy Edukacji Doroslych:  Akademickiego Towarzystwa Andragogicznego. Edukacja Doroslych, Polrocznik nr Warsaw, Poland. (Published in Polish), 2010.

* ”An International Capsule of a Perspective on the History and Philosophy of Andragogy.Andragoske Studije Journal. Vol. 17, br. 2, 2010, Pp. 9-33. Belgrade, Serbia. (Published in English), 2010.

* ”Brazilian Lifelong Education and Learning. Lifelong Education and Learning around the Globe.” Edited Book Published in Poland. (Published in Polish), 2010.

* ”Bringing Together Personal Learning, Higher Education Institutional Elements, and Global Support for a Re-Orientation toward a Focus on Lifelong Learning and Education” In Encyclopedia for Using Technology in Adult and Career Education. Wang, V., [Ed]. IGI Global, Hershey, PA. June, 2010.

* ”Beginnings of the History and Philosophy of Andragogy 1833-2000.” In Integrating Adult Learning and Technology for Effective Education: Strategic Approaches. Wang, V., [Ed]. IGI Global, Hershey, PA, December, 2009.

* ”Testing Andragogy with Adult Learners Internationally in the USA, Brazil, and Austria.” [With Amy Narishkin]; In Proceedings of the Commission on International Adult Education [CIAE] Pre-Conference, American Association for Adult and Continuing Education [AAACE] Conference,Boucouvalas, M. [Ed]. Vol. 1, pp. 132-142. 2009.

* ”A Perspective on the History and Philosophy of Andragogy:An International Sketch.” In Proceedings of the Commission on International Adult Education [CIAE] Pre-Conference, American Association for Adult and Continuing Education [AAACE] Conference, Boucouvalas, M. [Ed]. Vol. 1, pp. 54-122. 2009.

Strengthening A Global Perspective on Andragogy:  An Update for 2009.”  A Paper Presentation Session for the Commission of Professors of Adult Education [CPAE] Conference, Cleveland. OH,    November 6, 2009.

*”A Productive Decade of Andragogy’s History and Philosophy 2000-2009.” In Assessing and Evaluating Adult Learning in Career and Technical Education.   Wang, V. [Ed]. Zhejiang University Press, Hangzhou, China, 2009.

*“The Dynamic of a Living Lecture in Career and Technical Education.  In Handbook of Research on E-Learning Applications for Career and Technical Education.  Wang, V. [Ed]. IGI Global, Hershey, PA., 2009.

*”Movement Toward Staying Ahead of the Curve in Developing and Managing Human Capital.”  In Human Performance Models in the Global Context, Wang, V., and King, K.  (Eds.). Information Age Publishing, Charlotte, NC, 2009.  Pp. 1-27.

*”Engagement in Active Learning with Brazilian Adult Educators.”  In Handbook of Blended Shore Learning:  An International Adult Education Handbook.  Strohschen, G. [Ed].  Springer Science+Business Media, LLC:  New York NY, 2009.  Pp. 121-136. 

*”Reflections on Experiences of Learning with Malcolm Shepherd Knowles,”  New Horizons Online Journal in Adult Education and Human Resources Development, Vol. 22: No. 3 / 4, Pp. 44-52,  Su/Fa 2008.

*”A Global Perspective on Andragogy:  An Update.” In Proceedings of the Commission on International Adult Education [CIAE] Pre-Conference, American Association for Adult and Continuing Education [AAACE] Conference, Boucouvalas, M. [Ed].  Vol. 1, pp. 43-94.  2008.

*”Comparing the American and European Perspectives on the International Concept of Andragogy and the Implications for the Development of Adult Education Theory and Practice.”  In Proceedings of the Adult Education Research Conference, Isaac-Savage, P. [Ed]. Vol. 1, Pp. 144-149, 2008.

*”Opportunities and Pitfalls in International Cooperation:  Lessons Learned in the Cooperative Development of Lifelong Learning Strategies of an US and South African University.”  In Comparative Adult Education 2008:  Experiences and Examples.  Studies in pedagogy, Andragogy, and Gerontagogy.  Vol. 61.  Reischmann, J., and Bron, M.  [Eds].  Frankfurt am Main, Germany:  Peter Lang. Pp. 127-140, 2008.

*”International Adult Education.”  Adult Learning, Vol. 16, Nos. 1 & 2, Pp. 4 --24, 2008.

*”Perspectives on International Adult Education.”  Adult Learning, Vol. 16, Nos. 1 & 2, Pp. 4 & 5, 2008.

*”Reaching Beyond the USA:  Adventures Internationally in Adult Education [IAE] and Human Resource Development (HRD).”  Adult Learning, Vol. 16, Nos. 1 & 2, Pp. 23 & 24, 2008.

*”Staying Ahead of the Curve in Human Capital Management.”  In Proceedings of the 9th Conference of the Arabian Society for Human Resource Management [ASHRM].  Sharm El Sheik, Egypt. 2008.

*”Trends in Adult Education.” Paper Presented at the National Association for Lay Ministry Conference, St. Louis, MO. 2007.

Inside Story of a Global Research Project:  Lifelong Learning and Higher Education.”  In Proceedings of the 2007 Commission on International Adult Education [CIAE] Pre-Conference of the American Association for Adult and Continuing Education [AAACE] Conference, Norfolk, Virginia, October, 2007.

*”Reflections on Experiences of Learning with Malcolm Shepherd Knowles,” New Horizons Online Journal. Accepted for Publication, 2007.

*”Fascinating Stories and Perspectives on International Adult Education.” Lead article for International Adult Education Issue of Adult Learning. Accepted for Publication, 2007.

*”Reaching Beyond the USA: Adventures Internationally in Adult Education [AE] and Human Resource Development [HRD]. Adult Learning, Accepted for Publication, 2007.

*”Additions Toward a Thorough Understanding of the International Foundations Of Andragogy in HRD & Adult Education.” Co-Authored with Mary K. Cooper.  An. Inst.de Ins. “G. Barit” din Cluj-Napoca, Series Humanistica, [2007 Yearbook of the Romanian Institute for Adult Education] tom. V, 2007, Pp. 7-54.

*”The Trends and Characteristics of Adult Education in the Major Nations at Present.” In Adult Education in Peoples’ Republic of China. (2007). Guangdong Adult Education Association: Guangzhou, Peoples’ Republic of China. (In Chinese Press). CHINESE

*”The Trends and Characteristics of Adult Education in the Major Nations at Present.” In Adult Education in Peoples’ Republic of China. (2007). Guangdong Adult Education Association: Guangzhou, Peoples’ Republic of China. (In Chinese Press). ENGLISH

*“Introduction of Adult Education’ Laws, Regulations and Trends in U.S.A.” In Adult Education in Peoples’ Republic of China. (2007). Guangdong Adult Education Association: Guangzhou, Peoples’ Republic of China. (In Chinese Press). CHINESE

*“Introduction of Adult Education’ Laws, Regulations and Trends in U.S.A.” In Adult Education in Peoples’ Republic of China. (2007). Guangdong Adult Education Association: Guangzhou, Peoples’ Republic of China. (In Chinese Press). ENGLISH

*”Forward” to Applying Andragogical Principles to Internet Learning. Isenberg, S. (2007). Cambria Press: Youngstown, New York.

*”Autobiography of John A. Henschke, Ed. D.” In American Adult Educators: Quintessential Autobiographies by Adult Educators of the Twenty-first Century (pp. 139-144). Armstrong, K. B., and Nabb, L. W. (Eds.). (2007). Chicago: Discovery Association Publishing House.

*“Expanding Our Thinking about Andragogy: Toward the International Foundation for its Research, Theory and Practice Linkage in Adult Education and Human Resource Development – A Continuing Research Study.” In K. King, & V. Wang (eds.), Comparative Adult Education Around the Globe: International Portraits and Readings of the History, Practice, Philosophy, and Theories of Adult Learning (pp. 151-194). (2007). Hangzhou, Peoples’ Republic of China: Zhejiang University Press.

*”Additions Toward a Thorough Understanding of the International Foundations Of Andragogy in HRD & Adult Education.” Co-Authored with Mary K. Cooper. In Proceedings of Commission on International Adult Education [CIAE] Pre-Conference of the American Association for Adult and Continuing Education [AAACE] Conference. Milwaukee, Wisconsin, 2006.

*”Adult Education and Learning: Some Global Trends.” In Proceedings of Commission on International Adult Education [CIAE] Pre-Conference of the American Association for Adult and Continuing Education [AAACE] Conference. Milwaukee, Wisconsin, 2006.

*“Common Elements for Re-Orienting Higher education Institutions in Various Countries toward Lifelong Learning: Research and Implications for Practice.” In Proceedings for Midwest Research-to-Practice Conference in Adult, Continuing, Extension, and Community Education.  Pp. 86-92. St. Louis, Missouri, 2006. 

*“International Research Foundation for Andragogy and the Implications for Adult Education Practice.”  Co-Authored with Mary K. Cooper.  In Proceedings for Midwest Research-to Practice Conference in Adult, Continuing, Extension, and Community Education.  Pp. 93-98. St. Louis, Missouri, 2006. 

*”Malcolm S. Knowles: Four Major Historical Social Movements that Influenced Him and He Influenced as He Became An Adult Educator.” In Papers presented at the 11th Standing International Conference on the History of Adult Education [IESVA]. Bamberg, Germany, 2006.

*”Comparing Personal Learning and Educational Institution Elements Required in Various Countries for a Re-Orientation toward a Focus on Lifelong Learning. In Papers presented at the 4th Conference of the International Society for Comparative Adult Education [ISCAE] Bamberg, Germany, 2006.

*”Forward” to No One Is Too Old To Learn: Neuroandragogy- A Theoretical Perspective on Adult Brain Functions and Adult Learning. Wilson, C. (2006). iUniverse, Inc.: New York.

*”Toward an International Foundation of Andragogy in Human Resources Development and Adult Education.” In Proceedings of the Food and Thought Sessions of the Academy of Human Resource Development International Research Conference. Columbus, OH (2006).

*”Adult Education Professional Societies.” Adult Learning. [Accepted for Publication, 2006]

*”Proceedings of the Commission on International Adult Education Pre-Conference of the American Association for Adult and Continuing Education.” (Ed. John A. Henschke). Pittsburgh, PA, 2005.

*”Major Elements of Re-Orienting a Higher Education Institution toward A Focus on Lifelong Learning: An Update.” In Proceedings of the Commission on International Adult Education Pre-Conference, American Association for Adult and Continuing Education. Pittsburgh, PA, 2005.

*”Additional Thinking About Andragogy: The International Foundaton for Its Theory,
Research and Practice Linkage in Adult Education and Human Resource Development, An Update
.” Co-Authored with Mary K. Cooper. In Proceedings of the Commission on International Adult Education Pre-Conference, American Association for Adult and Continuing Education. Pittsburgh, PA, 2005.

*"A Review of Adult Education and Adult Learning," Illeris, K., (2004). Adult Education Quarterly. Bowie, MD: American Association for Adult & Continuing Education, Vol. 56, No. 1, November, 2005, pp. 68-70.

*”Praise for the Book Entitled: Getting to the Core: Reflections on Teaching and Learning,” by S. Joseph Levine. (2005). http://www.learnerassociates.net Okemos, MI: LearnerAssociates.net.

*”Foreword for the Book Entitled: Neuroandragogy: A Neurological Approach to Adult Education and Learning” (2005). Wilson, C. Available from IEQP@aol.com

*”Proceedings of the Commission on International Adult Education Pre-Conference of the American Association for Adult and Continuing Education.” (Ed. John A. Henschke). Louisville, KY, 2004.

*”Additional Thinking About Andragogy: The International Foundaton for Its Theory, Research and Practice Linkage and Human Resource Development.” Co-Authored with Mary K. Cooper. In Proceedings of the Commission of Professors of Adult Education Conference, Louisville, KY, 2004.

*”Major Elements of Re-Orienting a Higher Education Institution toward A Focus on Lifelong Learning.” In Proceedings of the Commission on International Adult Education Pre-Conference, American Association for Adult and Continuing Education. Louisville, KY, 2004.

*”Additional Thinking About Andragogy: The International Foundaton for Its Theory, Research and Practice Linkage in Adult Education and Human Resource Development.” Co-Authored with Mary K. Cooper. In Proceedings of the Commission on International Adult Education Pre-Conference, American Association for Adult and Continuing Education. Louisville, KY, 2004.

*“Instructional Perspectives of Nurse Educators Engaged in Teaching via Distance Education.” Co-Authored with Gretchen Drinkard. In Proceedings of the Twenty-Third Annual Midwest Research-to-Practice Conference in Adult, Continuing and Community Education Conference. Indianapolis, IN: Indiana University – Purdue University, 2004.

*”Thinking About Andragogy: The International Foundaton for Its Theory, Research and Practice Linkage and Human Resource Development.” Co-Authored with Mary K. Cooper. In Academy of Human Resource Development International Research Conference. Austin, TX. 2004.

*”Critical Requirements for Changing Corporate Training Departments toward Supporting Workplace Learning and Performance.” Proceedings of the Adult Learning Australia National Conference. Sydney, New South Wales, Australia: The University of Technology, 2003. Pp. 246-258.

*”Andragogy: The International Foundation for Its Theory, Research and Practice Linkage and Human Resource Development.” Co-Authored with Mary K. Cooper. Proceedings of the Academy of Human Resource Develepment International Research Conference. Minneapolis, MN. 2003.

 “Andragogija: Osnove Teorije, Istrazivanja I Prackticnog Povezivanja,” (translation from English into Serbian: Kristinka Ovesni),   Co-Authored with Mary K. Cooper.  Andragoske Studije Journal.  Vol. 8, br. 1-2, 2001, Pp. 5 – 14, Belgrade.  [Beograd, Yugoslavia: Casopis ZaproucavanjeObrazovanja 1 Ucenja Odraslih].

*”Characteristic Elements and Accompanying Performance Indicators for Lifelong Learning.” Co-Authored with Pat Porterfield. Integrating Lifelong Learning Perspectives. Ed., Medel-Anonuevo, Carolyn. Hamburg, Germany: UNESCO Institute for Education, 2002. Pp. 299 – 301.

*“Andragogy: The International Foundation for Its Theory, Research and Practice Linkage,” Co-Authored with Mary K. Cooper. Proceedings of the Commission of Professors of Adult Education Conference. St. Louis, MO, 2002.

*“Reflections on International Cooperation and New Partnerships in the ‘Age of Globalization, Edited and Revised’,” Co-Authored with Marcie Boucouvalas. Adult Education and Development. Bonn, Germany: Institute for International Cooperation of The German Adult Education Association (IIZ/DVV). #58, pp. 133 – 141, 2002. In English.

*“Reflexiones sobre Cooperacion Internacional y Nuebas Formas do Asociacion en le ‘Era de la Globalizacion, Edited and Revised’,” Co-Authored with Marcie Boucouvalas. Educacion De Adultos Y Desarrollo. Bonn, Germany: Institute for International Cooperation of The German Adult Education Association (IIZ/DVV). #58, pp. 159 – 170, 2002. In Spanish.

*“Reflexions sur la Cooperation Internationale et les Nouveaux Partenariats a ‘l’Ere de la Mondialisation, Edited and Revised’.” Co-Authored with Marcie Boucouvalas. Education Des Adultes Et Developpment. Bonn, Germany: Institute for International Cooperation of The German Adult Education Association (IIZ/DVV). #58, pp. 154 – 164, 2002. In French.

*“Andragogija, Osnove Teorije, Istrazivanja I Prackticnog Povezivanja,” (translation from English into Serbian: Kristinka Ovesni), Co-Authored with Mary K. Cooper. Andragoske Studije Journal. Vol. 8, br. 1-2, 2001, Belgrade.

*“Andragogy: The Foundation for Its Theory, Research and Practice Linkage,” Co-Authored with Mary K. Cooper. Proceedings of the Commission of Professors of Adult Education Conference. Baltimore, MD, 2001.

*”Andragogy: Its Research Value for Practice,” Co-Authored by Mary K. Cooper. Proceedings of the Midwest Research-to-Practice Conference in Adult, Continuing, Community & Extension Education. Charleston, IL: Eastern Illinois University, 2001.

*“Developing Measurable Performance Indicators for The Characteristic Elements of A Lifelong Learning Higher Education Institution,” Paper Co-Authored Jointly with Gwendolyn Turner, Ron Turner, Paulette Isaac, and Gary Grace. Proceedings of the Lifelong Learning Consultation Conference. Cape Town, South Africa: The University of The Western Cape, 2001.

*"The Cape Town Statement -- Characteristic Elements of a Lifelong Learning Higher Education Institution," Co-Authored with Shirley Walters, Werner Mauch & Kathy Watters. Adult Education and Development. Bonn, Germany: Institute for International Cooperation of the German Adult Education Association (IIZ/DVV). #56, pp. 109-120, 2001.

*”An Analysis of the Current Status and Developmental Trends in Lifelong Learning,” Co-Authored with Pat Porterfield. Proceedings of the Beijing Conference Entitled: Lifelong Learning – Global Perspectives in Education. Beijing, People’s Republic of China, 2001.

*"Air Carrier Check Airman Training: An Adult Education Model," Co-Authored with Roger A. Mason & Thomas R. Weitzel. Proceedings of the 11th International Symposium on Aviation Psychology. Columbus, OH, 2001.

*"A Review of A History of Modern British Adult Education," Roger Fieldhouse & Associates, (1996). Adult Education Quarterly. Lanham, MD: American Association for Adult & Continuing Education, Vol. 51, No. 2, February, 2001, pp. 166-168.

*"The Cape Town Statement on Characteristic Elements of a Lifelong Learning Higher Education Institution," Co-Authored with Shirley Walters, Werner Mauch & Kathy Watters. Cape Town, South Africa: The University of The Western Cape -- Website <http://www.uwc.ac.za/dll/conference/ct-statement.htm> 2001.

*"Praise for the New Edition of the Handbook of Adult and Continuing Education," San Francisco, CA: Jossey-Bass, 2000.

*"Moving a University or College Toward a Lifelong Learning Orientation," Proceedings of the International Conference on Lifelong Learning, Beijing, China: Beijing Normal University -- Divisions of Lifelong Learning & International Comparative Education; Beijing Adult Education Association; Caritas Adult & Higher Education Service -- Hong Kong: 2000.

*"Adult Education: Some Global Trends," Proceedings of the Symposium of Theory and Practice on Life-Long Education. Beijing, China: Beijing Adult Education Association, 1999.

*"Historical Antecedents Shaping the Terms Performance and Learning in Human Resource Development: An Exploratory Study." Proceedings of the Academy of Human Resource Development Research Conference. Alexandria, VA: 1999.

*"Historical Antecedents Shaping Concepts of Andragogy: A Comparison of Sources and Roots." Proceedings of the Third International Conference on Research in Comparative Andragogy. Bled, Radlovjica, Slovenia, 1998.

*"Modeling the Preparation of Adult Educators." Adult Learning. Washington, D.C. American Association for Adult and Continuing Education, Vol.9, No.3, Spring 1998, pp. 12-14.

*"In Memoriam: Malcolm S. Knowles." Adult Learning. Washington, D.C. American Association for Adult and Continuing Education, Vol.9, No.2, Winter 1997-98, pp. 2-4.

*"Adult Education and Ethnic Minorities in the United States," Erwachsenenbildung und ethnische Minderheiten: Situation und Perspektiven im internationalen Uberblick. Eds., Frieling, Gundula, Raaper, Klaus and Sommer, Ulrike (Hrsg.) Munster, Germany: Agenda Verlag, 1997, pp. 257-272.

*"Organized for Adult Learning." Adult Learning. Washington, D.C.: American Association for Adult and Continuing Education, Vol. 9, No. 1, Fall, 1997, pp.4,7.

*"The Crossover Point-Firing Up the Learning Organization." Adult Learning. Washington, D.C.: American Association for Adult and Continuing Education, Vol.8, Nos .5 & 6, May/June, July/August, 1997 pp.4,31.

*"Important Challenges in AAACE as a Learning Organization." Adult Learning. Washington, D.C.: American Association for Adult and Continuing Education, Vol.8, No.4, March/April, 1997, p. 4.

*"AAACE - A Learning Organization: Why Not?" Adult Learning. Washington, D.C.: American Association for Adult and Continuing Education, Vol.8, No.4, January/February, 1997, pp.4,6.

*"Developing a Mentoring Program Improvement Evaluation Model," Proceedings of the Fourteenth Annual Midwest Research-to-Practice Conference in Adult, Continuing and Community Education. Wheaton, IL: National Lewis and Northern Illinois Universities, 1995.

*"Standards and Competencies in Professional Adult Education," Proceedings of the Commission of German Professors of Adult Education. Bamberg, Germany: Otto Frederich University, 1995.

*"Innovation in the University Context for Educating Adult Educators," Proceedings of the International Conference on Educating the Adult Educator: Role of the University, Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, Canada: University of Saskatchewan, 1995.

*"Theory and Practice in Preparing Human Resource Development Professionals," Proceedings of the Academy of Human Resource Development Reaearch Conference, St. Louis, MO, 1995.

*"A Review of the Extension Handbook: Processes and Practices (2nd Edition), Edited by Donald J. Blackburn, (1994)." Adult Learning. Washington, DC: American Association for Adult and Continuing Education, Vol. 6, No. 4, March-April, 1995, p. 6.

*"Pedagogy and Andragogy: Relation Between the Education of Children and the Education of Adults." (with Dr. Jost Reischmann) Rethinking Adult Education for Development II. eds., Metka Svetina and Dr. Zoran Jelenc, Ljubljana, Slovenia: Adult Education Research Institute Compendium, University of Ljubljana and Slovene Adult Education Centre, 1994.

*"Development and Use of the Instructional Perspectives Inventory in Graduate Adult Education," Proceedings of the Commission of Professors of Adult Education. Nashville, TN, 1994.

*"Theory and Practice in the Curriculum Preparing Educators of Adults." Occasional Research Paper Number 1: Training and Professional Development in Adult and Continuing Education. Exeter, United Kingdom: University of Exeter, Center for Research in Continuing Education, 1994, pp. 48-54.

*"Effective Techniques/Methods for Conference Presentations: Research Issues." Proceedings of the Twelfth Annual Midwest Research-To-Practice Conference in Adult, Continuing and Community Education. Columbus, OH: The Ohio State University, 1993.

*"On Definition, Contrast/Comparison, and Future Direction of Adult Education." Re-thinking Adult Education for Development. eds., Metka Svetina and Dr. Zoran Jelenc. Ljubljana, Slovenia: Adult Education Research Institute Compendium, University of Ljubljana and Slovene Adult Education Centre, 1993.

*"Theory and Practice on Training and Professional Development in Adult and Continuing Education." Proceedings of the International Conference on Training and Professional Development in Adult and Continuing Education. Oxford, England: Oxford University-Wadham College, 1993.

*"Adults With Special Learning Needs Within the Field of Adult Education." Journal of the National Association for Adults With Special Learning Needs, Vol. 2, No. 2, Winter, 1992, pp. 24-28.

*"Using Adult Learning Techniques in Adult Education Conferences." Proceedings of the Eleventh Annual Midwest Research-To-Practice Conference in Adult, Continuing and Community Education. Manhattan, KS: Kansas State University, 1992.

*"Practicing What We Preach." Adult Learning. Washington, DC: American Association for Adult and Continuing Education, Vol. 4, No. 1, September/October-1992, pp. 9-22, 31.

*"Innovating With Telecommunications." Adult Learning. Washington, DC: American Association for Adult and Continuing Education, Vol. 2, No. 4, January, 1991, pp. 9-10.

*"History of Human Resource Developer Competencies." Models for HRD Practice: The Academic Guide. Washington, DC: American Society for Training and Development, 1991, pp. 9-31.

*"University Concepts Common to Traditional and Adult Education," (with Dr. Henry Weinstock) Post Conference Journal of Missouri Valley Adult Education Association, 1991, pp. 10-13.

*"A Graduate Adult Education Long-Term Impact Evaluation." Proceedings of the Ninth Annual Midwest Research-To-Practice Conference in Adult, Continuing and Community Education, Dekalb, IL: Northern Illinois University, 1990.

*"The Use of Audio Interaction in a Telecourse Offered by Satellite: Foundations of Adult Basic Education." (with Carla Lane) Proceedings of the Ninth Annual Midwest Research-To-Practice Conference in Adult, Continuing and Community Education, Dekalb, IL: Northern Illinois University, 1990.

*"Preparing Correctional Resident/University Degree Candidates as Adult Literacy Tutors." (with John Perry) Proceedings of the Forth-Fifth International Conference of the Correctional Educational Association. Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada, 1990.

*"Historical and Theoretical Background/Basis for the American Society for Training and Development (ASTD) Human Resources Development Models of Practice: A Context for Defining Competencies and Identifying Roles." Proceedings of the Annual Conference of the Human Resources Development Professors. Orlando, FL: The American Society for Training and Development, 1990.

*"Identifying Appropriate Adult Educator Practices: Beliefs, Feelings and Behaviors." Proceedings of the Eighth Annual Midwest Research-To-Practice Conference in Adult, Continuing and Community Education. St. Louis, MO: University of Missouri, 1989.

*"Use of Appropriate Learning Techniques for Teaching Adult Residents in a Correctional Setting." Proceedings of the Eighth Annual Midwest Research-To-Practice Conference in Adult, Continuing and Community Education. St. Louis, MO: University of Missouri, 1989.

*"Evaluation of the Inservice Education Ordinance and Programs for Industrial Vocational Teachers in the Republic of China." Proceedings of the Thirtieth Annual Adult Education Research Conference. Madison, WI: University of Wisconsin, 1989.

*"A Comparison of Three Transfer of Training Strategies in Inservice Adult Teacher Training." Proceedings of Seventh Annual Midwest Research-To-Practice Conference in Adult and Continuing Education. Madison, WI: University of Wisconsin, 1988.

*"Long Term Impact Evaluation of Continuing Education Programs," Proceedings of Seventh Annual Midwest Research-To-Practice Conference in Adult and Continuing Education. Madison, WI: University of Wisconsin, 1988.

*"Preparing Non-Experienced Teachers of Adults," Proceedings of Sixth Annual Midwest Research-To-Practice Conference in Adult and Continuing Education. East Lansing, MI: Michigan State University, 1987.

The Master Bibliography in Adult Education and Human Resources Development. St. Louis: University of Missouri, 1987.

"Training Teachers of Adults," in Fourth Edition, Materials and Methods of Adult and Continuing Education, Edited by Chester Klevins, Los Angeles, CA: Klevens Publications in Adult and Continuing Education, Inc., 1987. ENGLISH, CHINESE, PORTUGUESE (BRAZILIAN)

Building and Maintaining a Responsive Human Resources Development Curriculum, Washington, D.C. American Society for Training and Development, 1986.

"Basic Skills Education for Adult Workers," Training and Development Journal, submitted, 1986.

"Analysis of Adult and Community Education Partnerships and Linkages in Brazil," Para, Brazil/Missouri, USA Journal of the Partners of the Americas, Inc. April, 1985.

"New Directions in Facilitating the Teaching Role of Parents in the Sex Education of Their Children," Resources in Education, July, 1985.

"Long Term Impact Evaluation of Nursing and Other Health Care Professionals' Continuing Education Programs," Resources in Education, April, 1982.

Conference Journal, Ed., Missouri Valley Adult Education Association, XXI, 1980.

Happenings in the Valley, Ed., Missouri Valley Adult Education Association, Vol. IX, Nos. 1 & 2, December, 1980 and February, 1981.

A Rural Environmental Education Self-Directed Learning Guide, Little Rock: Arkansas Community Education Development Association, 1980.

Providing Continuing Education for Rural Health Care Professionals." Missouri Association for Adult, Continuing Education: News Exchange (1979) Volume VIII, No. 1, page 1.

"Teaching the Metric System to the Non-Engineer," Proceedings of the Annual Conference of American Association of Engineering Education. St. Louis, MO, 1979.

"How to Use the Lecture as a Learning/Teaching Technique With Adults," Baptist Leader, Valley Forge, PA, February, 1975.

*"Contemporary Historical Research in Adult Education," Proceedings of the Adult Education Research Conference, Chicago, IL, 1974.

Henschke, J. A. Dissertation. "Malcolm S. Knowles: His contributions to the theory and practice of adult education". Boston University, School of Eduucation 1973

Malcolm S. Knowles: His contribution to the theory and practice of adult education. Presentation to the graduate student section adult education association of the U. S. A. Minneapolis, Minnesota. Leamington Hotel. November 16, 1972.