Developing and Implementing a Doctor of Andragogy Program andragogically provides an opportunity to 'think outside the box.' It requires congruency between talking and action, and active involvement of the learners. With many successes in the first two years, a concern emerged over the lack of interest and attendance in the initiative. Using andragogy to investigate the concern, opportunities emerged for improvement.
32nd Annual Research-to-Practice Conference in Adult, Continuing, and Community, Education, Lindenwood University
Henschke, John; Isenberg, Susan; and Petroff, Kathy, "From the Inside Looking Out: Andragogically Buidling a Doctor of Andragogy Program" (2013). Adult Education Faculty Works. 14.
Available at: https://irl.umsl.edu/adulteducation-faculty/14