Unlearning as a lifelong learning strategy : an important pathway for transitions
conference contributionposted on 2017-12-06, 00:00 authored by Karen BeckerKaren Becker, B Delahaye
Unlearning is of increasing interest to educators and human resource development professionals alike. Whilst recognition of prior learning is widely accepted, it is less likely that development programs acknowledge this prior knowledge as a potential block to the acquisition of new knowledge and behaviours. A paper presented at the 2004 International Lifelong Learning Conference (Windeknecht and Hyland, 2004) proposed a model of unlearning. As a result of subsequent research, the model has been further developed.This paper shows the evolution of the model and presents initial findings from a range of case-study individuals.
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Parent TitleLifelong learning : partners, pathways, and pedagogies : keynote and refereed papers from the 4th International Lifelong Learning Conference, Yeppoon, Central Queensland, Australia, 13-16 June 2006.
Number of Pages6
PublisherCentral Queensland University
Place of PublicationRockhampton, Qld.
External Author AffiliationsFaculty of Arts, Humanities and Education; Queensland University of Technology;