This program is designed for academicians and clinicians looking to expand their knowledge to understand how learning takes place throughout a person’s life and how formal and informal contexts of education affect all forms of learning. Education research embraces the full spectrum of rigorous methods appropriate to the questions being asked and also drives the development of new tools and methods.
In this program, the
learner is called a ‘Mentee’ (a.k.a. Protégé), and the expert or scholar
providing the guidance is the ‘Mentor’. Read ‘How it works’ and
follow the ‘Instructions for prospective mentees/protégés’ on this page, and follow the link to fill out your form to begin. If you are
looking to become a Mentor, follow the ‘Instructions for prospective mentors’ on this page.
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