Gerontology, Educational Gerontology, and Aging-Related Information
Welcome to the section related to aging related knowledge. If you have some ideas, suggestions, or resource tips related to this topic, send me an electronic message.
In this first section I have included several general possibilities for you to consider.
Here is a quiz to test your knowledge about older adults and the aging process?
A second quiz on your knowledge of older adults and the aging process.
Some tips on guiding older adult learners in terms of alcohol addictions
Some tips on developing policy
Simulation ideas for sensitizing people to the process of aging
Disecting controversies about the aging process
What we know about the processes of aging
Some of the theories of aging
Several ideas and resources pertaining to why we age
An interesting piece on some stereotypes of aging and are they true
Ageism and stereotypes
Spiritual development and the aging process
Participation in lifelong learning by older adults
Information related to elder abuse
Some ideas on technology and older adults
In this next section are materials related to aging that I have authored or developed:
Links to both written and a pictorial autobiographies that I created.
Older adult learning: Instrumental and expressive categories, an article published in Educational Gerontology.
The older adult's learning projects, an article published in Educational Gerontology.
Elderly interests in the expressive domain, an article published in Educational Gerontology.
Computer-assisted analysis of qualitative gerontological research, a co-authored article published in Educational Gerontology.
How older persons are portrayed in television advertising, a co-authored article published in Educational Gerontology.
A model for learning resource networks for senior adults, a co-authored article published in Educational Gerontology.
Another Educational Gerontology article.
The Older Adult and Learning, a paper developed for ERIC (ED 117 371)
Howard Yale McClusky--A Pioneer and Leader in Educational Gerontology.
Another piece on Howard McClusky.
Howard McClusky's Theory of Margin.
Howard McClusky bibliography.
Some material on guiding older adult learners.
A mongraph I developed entitled Guiding Older Adult Learner.
A speech I gave at a conference older women as learners.
Here is an article entitled, Successful Aging: Finding the Fifth Level
Here is a research report on the elderly learner
A resource I created on the adult development process
here is a self-study course to help you increase your knowledge of
older adults as
July 7, 2013
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