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Part I: THE CONCEPT OF TRANSFORMATIVE LEARNING 2. The approach to transformative learning 3. Other approaches to change oriented learning 4. What is transformed by transformative learning? 5. The definition of transformative learning Part II: THE CONCEPT OF IDENTITY 6. The concept of identity by Erik Erikson 7. Newer psychological approaches 8. Topical sociological approaches 9. A general understanding of identity Part III: TRANSFORMATIVE LEARNING IN PRACTICE 10. Identity, transformative learning and life age 11. Progressive, regressive, restoring and collective transformations 12. Motivation and identity defence 13. Personality and competence development 14. Transformative learning in school and education 15. Transformative learning in working life 16. Transformative learning, individual and society
Knud Illeris is Professor of Lifelong Learning at the Danish School of Education, Aarhus University, Denmark.
"Knudd has very successfully knitted together the threads of identity and Transformative learning. He has woven these into a rich tapestry that both informs and reminds one of the roots of learning processes. His model brings out the richness of the potential of applying theory to practice." - Adult Learner 2014, Dr Isobel Hawthorne-Steele, University of Ulster "Within the USA, the APA's current encouragement of intra-divisional goals and higher education's focus on the interdisciplinary training models, the discipline of psychology is moving toward more cohesion and more internationalisation, and this book shows the value of that goal. Vocational counsellors, student advisers and student service personnel - indeed, nearly anyone who works with either adolescents or adults in an educational, counselling or rehabilitative role - is likely to find something of value in this book." - Sherri McCarthy, Northern Arizona University, USA