Canada’s Frontier College: Through the Lenses of Theory and Reflection

Dr. Glynn Sharpe

Abstract


Canada’s Frontier College has a rich and varied history of providing education for men, women and children from across Canada. This short paper explores the College’s history and mandate through a multi theoretical perspective (Humanism, Transformational learning) and commences with a personal reflection regarding the College’s place in contemporary education in Canada.

 

Keywords: Frontier College, Adult Education, Literacy, Humanism, Transformative Learning.

 


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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.5296/ijld.v2i1.1323

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