Mistakes Made and Lessons Learned: Overcoming Obstacles to Successful Program Planning (Issue 49: New Directions for Adult & Continuing Education-ACE)
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More About This Title Mistakes Made and Lessons Learned: Overcoming Obstacles to Successful Program Planning (Issue 49: New Directions for Adult & Continuing Education-ACE)
Planning education and training programs for adults is a complex decision-making process. When we set out to plan an educational event we usually do so with the intention of changing human capability in some desirable way. Yet many factors can prevent us from achieving our objective. This volume of New Directions for Adult and Continuing Educatin focuses on understanding the most common planning and program mistakes that we make in the design and delivery of educational programs for adults and the lessons that can be learned fom thos mistakes.
This is the 49th issue of the Jossey-Bass quarterly report series New Directions for Adult and Continuing Education.
THOMAS J. SORK is an associate editor of adult education at the University of British Columbia.