Further your success with a career in continuing education! Get started in a career that has a promising future and is financially rewarding. Opportunities in Adult Education Careers provides you with a complete overview of the job possibilities, salary figures, and experience required to enter the field of adult education. This career-boosting book will help you: Determine the specialty that's right for you, from continuing education to administration to counseling Acquire in-depth knowledge of adult education Find out what kind of salary you can expect Understand the daily routine of your chosen field Focus your job search using industry resources ENJOY A GREAT CAREER AS AN: Dean of students • ESL teacher • Computer lab instructor * ABE teacher • Career counselor • GED instructor
Comprehensive descriptions and personal profiles of teachers in many different environments, spanning preschool through college, and including English as a second language, careers in education-related fields.
This book highlights the issues of access, learning careers and identities in a diverse range of educational settings with diverse groups of adult students across Europe. Much of the work in this book illuminates these issues through the voices of adult students and adult educators and illustrates the rich variety of practice and context of adult education in Europe. It draws on the work of scholars from across Europe within the framework of the European Society for Research on the Education of Adults (ESREA). The chapters include examples and discussions of access, learning careers and identity in the context of higher and further education, the workplace, and prisons. The reader will see how structure and agency interplays and interacts in developing, or not, the learning careers and identities of adult students and adult educators. The book will appeal to researchers and educators in adult education, other professionals in associated fields and policy makers.
Adult education by Pennsylvania. Office of Basic Education. Bureau of Vocational and Adult Education
Women make up almost half of the U.S. workforce, yet lag behind men in pay, status, promotion, and career opportunities. This volume of New Directions for Adult and Continuing Education identifies the social and economic tensions that characterize women's career development-and offers a range of responses that women, adult educators, HRD professionals, and organizations can employ to meet the challenges. The authors recommAnd strategies for easing the work and family conflict, including how to make part-time employment a viable career development option. They also evaluate the role of human resource development in promoting the career progress of women, assessing approaches such as mentoring and training programs.