The PAH Continuum: Pedagogy, Andragogy & Heutagogy

3 05 2013

Describing and framing using a continuum has an appeal to me.
Last week I came across the PAH continuum. The ‘brokering’ of outcomes appeals to me. This is great to those of us who are exploring ‘Heutagogy’

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Guest post by Fred Garnett

In my teaching practice, mostly with socially-excluded kids attempting to get some qualifications in college, I developed a number of techniques for showing them how to be successful on their own terms. College is classically a context in which an andragogic approach works best, where you negotiate with your students to find an agreed learning path. In the department where I worked, at Lewisham College in London, we had developed a universal entry test, followed by an interview, which everyone took. We had found this process to be a better predictor of success that their school results, which usually just measured their dissatisfaction with an education system, which was designed to fail them. We then offered to the prospective student what seemed to be appropriate courses and subjects on which they might be successful.

However, over time, I developed a technique that I now call

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