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The Practice of Learning to Learn
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Adult Learning Volume 2, Number 6, ISSN 1045-1595

Abstract

Five authors relate principles of learning to learn to adult education: "Self-Esteem" (Krupp); "Labor Education" (Nesbit); "Telecommunications Courses and the Distant Learner" (Takemoto); "Learning Techniques" (Rosenthal); and "ABE: Taking Control" (Spring). (SK)

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Krupp, J.A. (1991). The Practice of Learning to Learn. Adult Learning, 2(6), 14-18. Retrieved May 27, 2020 from .

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