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Megan M. Seibel
Rick D. Rudd

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Research project of community-based nutrition education explored the conceptual and practical role of experience in paraprofessional educator models and focused on the situated, contextual experiences of paraprofessionals in the communities where they work and live as unique, challenging, and potentially positive for learning outcomes.

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Development of Peer Educators within Paraprofessional Community-Based Adult Education Models: An Experiential Learning Perspective

Research project of community-based nutrition education explored the conceptual and practical role of experience in paraprofessional educator models and focused on the situated, contextual experiences of paraprofessionals in the communities where they work and live as unique, challenging, and potentially positive for learning outcomes.