Adult education [Bryson, Lyman] on xvibrator.xyz *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Adult education. Bryson chaired the Adult Education Board for CBS Radio, moderating such programs as The American School of the Air and Invitation to Learning. From to he hosted the public affairs program, The People's Platform, which was adapted for television (–). Bryson died November 24, , at age Literature. Bryson, Lyman ().
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Lyman Bryson, –, American educator, b. Valentine, Nebr., grad. Univ. of Michigan (B.A., ; M.A., ). He taught there from to From to he was active in Red Cross work. He was appointed professor at Teachers College, Columbia, in , and during World War II he worked in the Office of War Information. Source for information on Bryson, Lyman. , Adult education / [by] Lyman Bryson American book company New York ; Cincinnati [etc.] Wikipedia Citation Please see Wikipedia's template documentation for further citation fields that may be required.
Ten years later Lyman Bryson () authored the first adult education textbook, simply called Adult Education in which he articulated five functions of practice. At this time a classification of philosophies was not provided but these five functions (also referred to as types) already resembled future philosophical orientations: Remedial. There are also portraits of important people in adult education such as Lyman Bryson, Alexander N. Charters, and A.A. Liveright. Language: English Repository: Special Collections Research Center, Syracuse University Libraries Waverly Avenue.