Abstract

The literature on adult education stresses often a shift from traditional reproductive learning towards communicative learning. This paper explores a further shift in late modernity towards ideosyncratic, aesthetic learning. Is there such a shift? If so, why? And what is it exactly? How would facilitation looks like?

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The Deeper Layers of Learning

The literature on adult education stresses often a shift from traditional reproductive learning towards communicative learning. This paper explores a further shift in late modernity towards ideosyncratic, aesthetic learning. Is there such a shift? If so, why? And what is it exactly? How would facilitation looks like?