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Comparison of education theories between Malcolm Knowles and Stephen Brookfield

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I need some help getting started on this assignment. Malcolm Knowles, Stephen Brookfield, Michael Galbraith, and H. B. Long have each developed principles of effective practice. There is no evidence that one set of principles is more effective than the other. Selecting a set of principles to follow depends on what principles complement your own philosophy of education and instructional style. You will select TWO principles of effective practice from the above listed authors. Need some help finding sources to use in constructing a paper.

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Radicalizing Learning: Adult Education for a Just World - By Stephen D. Brookfield and John D. Holst.Academic Journal
By: Andraos, Michel Elias. Teaching Theology & Religion , Apr2013, Vol. 16 Issue 2, p197-19

Authenticity and Power.Academic Journal By: Brookfield, Stephen D.. New Directions for Adult & Continuing Education , Sep2006, Issue 111, p5-16, 12p ...

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Short comparison of theories between Malcolm Knowles and Stephen Brookfield as well as a list of sources that would be helpful in crafting a longer, more detailed response.

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