Adult Education and Dialogue Utilizing Project-Based education as a method to provide transformative change in both students and teachers

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Antonette Lorraine McCaster


Knowledge is built upon personal experiences and the information to which we have access. My area of research is in communicating the language of business (accounting) to non-business learners.  I’ve found that both communication and motivation are primary factors in transformational learning.  To this end, research has shown that project-based education improves student skills, and transforms the traditional classroom for both teachers and students.  Combining project-based education with adult dialogue education provides a transformative method of education that encourages student-driven, collaborative project-based learning as well as opportunities for teachers to reflect upon their epistemology and pedagogy.


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Antonette Lorraine McCaster, Indiana University

Antonette L. McCaster is a Senior Lecturer in the School of Public and Environmental Affairs at Indiana University, Bloomington, Indiana, USA.