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Adult Education Instructional Environment and Interaction Patterns Between Teachers and Students: An Ecobehavioural Assessment

Mellard, D., Scanlon D., Kissam, B., & Woods, K. (2005). Adult education instructional environments and interaction patterns between teachers and students: An ecobehavioural assessment. Literacy & Numeracy Studies, 14(1), 49-68.

Topic: Post-Secondary/Adult Education
Subcategory: Research
Summary: Data collected in this study of the characteristics of adult education classroom instruction revealed a significant portion of “lost” instructional time—time not spent on learning and instruction.

 

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