The Mountain Plains Adult Education Association serves members in a nine-state region. The original charter and founding policies were developed in The four original states were Colorado, New Mexico, Utah and Wyoming. In , Arizona, Idaho and Nevada joined. Montana became the eighth state in North Dakota became the ninth state in. The conference theme is Adult Education: Innovation, Adaptability, Equity. Sessions will highlight innovative and effective practices to meet the challenge of reaching and teaching ALL students during this unprecedented time of distance and hybrid education. Conference .
Adult Education Conferences is for the researchers, scientists, scholars, engineers, academic, scientific and university practitioners to present research activities that might want to attend events, meetings, seminars, congresses, workshops, summit, and . The Western notions of learning have, and still, dominate the field of adult education, with non-cognitive forms of learning such as somatic learning and spirituality only recently emerging. While much of the Western literature on learning and knowing suggest that the mind and body are split, a number of cultures around the world do not believe in this dichotomy, and Hinduism is no Author: Swathi Nath Thaker.
In , the American Association for Adult and Continuing Education (AAACE) was founded as the result of a merger between the National Association for Public and Continuing Adult Education (NAPCAE) and the Adult Education Association (AEA). Anaheim, CA; St. Louis, MO; Boston, MA; Portland, OR; Detroit, MI; NASDAE is the re-named organization that has supported State Directors of Adult Education and their staff for almost three decades under the name of the National Adult Education Professional Development Consortium (NAEPEDC), since its incorporation in While newly named to reflect the full body of our organizational work, the mission remains the same: to .