The purpose of this course is to synthesize major aspects of the Adult Education and Training (AET) Masters program in one culminating learning project enablng students to demonstrate mastery of select skills, knowledge bases, and adult education values.
This course can be applied towards:
EDAE 520 (Adult Education); EDAE 624 (Adult Teaching and Learning); EDRM 600 (Introduction to Research Methods).
Students in the Adult Education & Training Master's Program should register for 3 credit hours.
Textbook and Materials
There are no materials to purchase for this course.
Dr. Jeffrey M. Foley is an Assistant Professor in the School of Education at Colorado State University. After attending CSU and earning a Bachelor of Arts degree, Jeff spent 20 years as an outdoor educator, mountain guide, and emergency services technician. Jeff earned a Master of Arts in the Adult Education and Training program from CSU. During this time Jeff served as an adjunct instructor and program coordinator in the Outdoor Studies program at Colorado Mountain College. Jeff completed his Ph.D. in education at CSU.
Jeff currently instructs for the Adult Education and Training program facilitating the exploration of adult learning theory; adult teaching theory and facilitation processes and methods; training design and evaluation; the psychology of learning and learning transfer; and leadership development.
Jeff's research interests include experiential teaching and learning; adult learner self-world view; assessment and evaluation; and leadership.