Adult Development Australia vs Malaysia

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The comparison of Adult development between Australia vs Malaysia
1- Rules & Regulation
2- Activities
3- Method of government
4- Theories been used

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Adult Development Australia vs Malaysia

  1. 1. MHR1053: PHILOSOPHY OF ADULT LEARNING MEMBERS:FARAH FADZLIA JALALUDIN MH101098MATAHATI MAHBOL MH101097NURUL HIDAYAH SALLEH MH101095
  2. 2. ADULT LEARNING DEVELOPMENT IN LEARNING AUSTRALIA vs MALAYSIA
  3. 3. COMPARISON DEFINITION AUSTRALIA & MALAYSIAINTRODUCTION CONCLUSION SCOPE
  4. 4. Malaysia Issues: Finished schools Neglected adult at Year 12 or learner Vocational Malaysia Majority becoming Australiandevelop country finished their by 2020 formal learning More than half than 25 – 64 years old not further study
  5. 5. Malcom Knowles Adult L earner The root of pedagogy as “paid” (child) and “agogus” (leader of), and combined the two to mean the “art and science of teaching children. Levinson (1986) Adult DevelopmentIt has includes life course and life cycle, which provide an essential framework for the field of adult development
  6. 6. RULES & REGULATIONStandard academic rules when theirshow their hand in theoretical terms when undertaking and report research InstitutionalEsthonomethodology as one of several useful ways of researching learning Non- Institutional Role:Colley, Hodkinson & Malcolm (2005)“Changes to the funding regulations foreducation, and for adult education inparticular have imposed increasingdegrees of formality on areas ofinformal learning”
  7. 7. ACTIVITIES AUSTRALIA MALAYSIA Build fully moral & ethical society Have Supporting innovative & looking learning at forward workplace Caring culture Ensuring access Economically just societyopportunities Build fully Build moral & ethical relationship society gov, community Matured, liberated & tolerant society
  8. 8. METHOD
  9. 9. THEORIESAustralia Malaysia Tough (1967, 1971) Malcolm Knowles (1990) Learning is both intentional and unintentional 5 principles AL McGivney (1999) Merriam (2001) Group learning experiences in their own learning Focus on individual & ignore socio-historical context of AL Billet (2001); Fenwick (2001) Colley, Hodkinson & Malcolm (2002) Workplace learning Comprehensive analysis of the Anglophone literature. Comparison between formal & Informal Brown, Collins & Duguid (1989) Higher priorities placed on AL context Pillay & Elliot (2002) Differentiating elements in context of AL
  10. 10. While othersre just • Take steps towards recreating themselves as learning communitiesstartin • The opportunities that been given g to Australia by government and communities towards adult need to be used asexplore the benchmark towards other what countries theconcept may mean Malaysia for AL is important in • Need to follow develop country to their move forward in producing better producing adult to move forward and capable to region adult learner build the better prospect • Have a better plan in achieving 9 goals in Vision 2020 towards nation. Early stages of adulthood play role in determine the future of nation

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