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|Other Titles:||An Action Study of Learning with the Elderly：A case of adult children|
Parent-child Co-learning;Elderly Learning;Adult Children
|Issue Date:||2016-01-06 11:01:28 (UTC+8)|
The study aims to explore the learning characteristics of elderly parents, learning preferences, as well as the interaction in the co-learning course by the design and implementation of co-learning activities between adult children and parents. The major research questions are included: First, how to plan and implement learning activities in accordance with the elderly learning characteristics and preferences? Second, how’s the interaction between elderly parents during the co-learning process? Third, by means of researcher's reflection, can it be possible that the co-learning mode is a catalyst for lifelong learning of the elderly?The research is in the way of action study. During the period of the eight-week activities between researcher and elderly parents, it had to be collected data by way of the participant observation, co-learning daily record, and the research’s reflection. It had showed the following results: First, researcher’s parents preferred relaxed and diverse learning methods. They decided that the theme of co-learning activities was about spirituality and health care after discussion. Second, the researcher's father had played a dominant role in the process of co-learning; however, the mother had played a subsidiary one which was an important companion. Third, the co-learning mode which was determined on the family kinship had made lifelong learning possible.
|Appears in Collections:||[2014創新研究國際學術研討會] 會議論文|
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