Tracey Ollis has researched the ‘social learning’ of social and political activists. She argues that activists’ learning is holistic and embodied. Activists learn through cognition, emotions and the physical body. This paper was presented to the SUCTREA c
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James Whelan (2002) PhD thesis, Griffith University
Tracey Ollis researched how adult activists learn to become more expert at what they do through socialisation in a ‘community of practice’. This article focuses on ‘emancipatory learning, radical adult education, popular education and the differences and
Bob Boughton (1996). Presented at the UTS Popular Education Conference, Sydney
further information about the workshops, including background on the Change Agency, testimonials, and fee details.
James Whelan (2004) ‘New forms of activism’ seminar @ UTS, 12 March
A guide to maximising the learning experience of working together, including learning theory, personal motivation, expectations, and intervention style.
James Whelan (1994). A critical assessment of Friere, Knowles and community development.
Some ideas for creative processing and debriefing of activities such as large group discussions and journal writing.