Presenters: Andy Nash and Tim Groves

According to Sandra Kerka (1997), “Popular Education is a form of adult education that encourages learners to examine their lives critically and take action to change social conditions.” This workshop material addresses the relevance of Popular Education to adult education today, the opportunities and constraints within the current context, and some concrete applications going forward.

Implementing Popular Education Approach In Adult Education Presentation (.pdf)
Immigrants and Taxes (.pdf)
IEP Scenarios and Information (.pdf)
Family Literacy Activities (.pdf)
Background of Popular Education Principles (.pdf)
We Are Change Gimbel Popular Education Article (.pdf)
Popular Education Housing Lesson comparison (.pdf)
Popular Education Questions to Consider (.pdf)