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action research

Jane Addams and informal education (in preparation)

Theodor W. Adorno on education

adult education.  See, also

the 1919 report - voluntary organizations and adult education

adult schools. See, also:

Rowntree and Binns (1903) The organization of the adult class

advocacy. See:

Brandon on advocacy

Albemarle Report, the (and the development of youth work in England and Wales. See also:

'Albemarle Report' - The Youth Service in England and Wales.

 Chapter 1: the youth service yesterday and today

Chapter 3: Justification and aims of the youth service

Chapter 5: Activities and facilities; and 

Chapter 10: Recommendations and priorities.

Alinsky, Saul

andragogy

animation

Hannah Arendt and modernity, see also:

Hannah Arendt and Jean Baudrillard: pedagogy in the consumer society

Argyris, Chris

Aristotle

Arts - what educators can learn from the arts about the practice of education

association

authenticity

b

Baden Powell, Robert. See, also:

Baden-Powell, Scouting, Guiding and Covent Garden

Baird, John Logi - television and lifelong learning

Bales, Robert Freed

Barnardo, Dr Thomas John

Leonard J. Barnes and youth work.

Barnett, Henrietta

Barnett, Henrietta and Samuel. See, also:

Barnett - University Settlements

Leonard Barnett and the church youth club

Leonard Barnett - club and church (1951)

Leonard Barnett - why youth clubs?

Leonard Barnett - responsible people (fellowship and self-government in church youth clubs)

Batten, T. R. (Reg) and Madge

Jean Baudrillard

Hannah Arendt and Jean Baudrillard: pedagogy in the consumer society

Beormond Community Centre

Bermondsey Settlement. See, also:

Grace Kimmins and playwork

Ada Salter, clean air + housing

Bevin, Ernest

bible women

Biko, Steve

Birkbeck, George

Augusto Boal

David Bohm

Bok, Sissela

bookstores

Booth, Charles

Bosco, Don

Boys' Brigade

boys’ club work. See also:

Brandon, David. See also:

David Brandon - Compassion (from Zen in the Art of Helping)

Brew, Josephine Macalister. See, also:

Josephine Macalister Brew in London

Josephine Macalister Brew - Why clubs at all?

British Museum, The

Browning Hall

Bruner, Jerome S

Bryan, Tom. See, also:

Tom Bryan (1912) education and civic life.

Buber, Martin

building theory

Butterworth, James and Clubland

Button, Leslie and developmental group work

c

Caldwell Cook, H.

calling

Cambridge University Mission and Settlement

camping - see summer camps

capacity building

carers and informal education

caring. See, also,

caring in education - Nel Noddings

Carpenter, Mary - reformatory schools and education

celebrity and neighbourhood

Charity Organization Society, The

Christian informal education

Christian youth work. See, also:

Christian youth work (youthwork) - a guide to reading

Clubhouse, the

 youth work and the spark of the divine

The significance of Circular 1486 - The Service of Youth. See, also, full circular.

Citizenship, youth work and democratic renewal

civic community

civil society

Clayton, Revd. Philip ("Tubby") and TocH

club work. See also:

Josephine Macalister Brew - Why clubs at all?

coffee houses

colonialism

committing to change

communitarianism

community

civic community

community action:

dockland's development

Maggie Blake's cause

the battle of the houseboats

lost Rotherhithe Street

community associations and centres.See, also:

Beormond Community Centre

Chinese Community Centre, Soho 

community development

t.r. and madge batten and the non-directive approach to community development.

critical community development - reclaiming the radical agenda

Bentley et al Inside Out. rethinking inclusive communities

green jazz, social jazz and community development

community education. See, also:

education in the community and community learning

Edwards and Hatch - Passing time. A report on young people and community

community education, colonialism and development

community learning

working and learning together to build stronger communities - the Scottish Executive (2003).

community of practice

community organization. See, also:

Saul Alinsky

community participation

community schools. See, also:

community education

community schools in Scotland

extended schools

folk high schools

full-service schooling

see also: Hiemstra - The community school 

community self-help

community studies

community work. See, also:

community work in the 50s

regeneration

competence

connexions strategy

connexions - the youth support service

connoisseurship and criticism

ContactPoint

conversation (see, also, dialogue and conversation)

conscientization

Coyle, Grace

curfews

curriculum

Foreman - personality and curriculum

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democracy, education for

development, life-span

Dewey, John.

dialogue. See, also:

David Bohm - on dialogue

Dickens, Charles and informal education

Charles Dickens on ragged schooling

Charles Dickens - A sleep to startle us

dockers

double-loop learning

e

Eagar, Waldo McGillicuddy. Se, also:

Waldo Eagar and the river

education. See also:

What educators can learn from the arts about the practice of education

education and happiness

education in the community

educational settlements. See, also:

Educational Settlements Association - Community Education. 

educational gerontology

Eisner, Elliot W.

encounters

enterprise

enterprise, young people and youth policy. An overview

young people and enterprise

evaluation. See also:

Bringing evaluation to the grassroots: insights gleaned from studying the mobilization for global justice

Every Child Matters

Exeter Hall and evangelism

experience

experiential learning

extended schools

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facilitators and facilitation

Fairbairn-Milson Report - Youth and Community Work in the 70s

focus groups 

folk high schools

Follett, Mary Parker 

Freire, Paulo

friendship

friendship and education

Froebel, Friedrich

Fromm, Erich 

full-service schooling

g

M. K. Gandhi

Gardner, Howard

gerontology, educational

Henry A. Giroux and critical pedagogy

globalization

globalization and the incorporation of education

Goetschius, George. See, also:

working with unattached youth

Goodwin, William 

Godwin, William and the children's bookshop

William Godwin - The characters of man originate in their external circumstances (archive)

Gramsci, Antonio

group - definition, forms, dimensions

groupwork. See, also:

the early history of groupwork

social group work: formulation of a method, 1920-1936

group work: expansion and professionalism, 1937-1955

group development - forming, storming, norming and performing

what is groupwork?

Grundtvig, N. F. S. 

Luther Halsey Gulick

h

Hadow Reports

Hahn, Kurt

Hampstead Garden Suburb

happiness

helping, zen in the art of

Hill, Octavia. see also

Octavia Hill - Space for the people

Hogg, Quentin

Hole, James - Social education

holistic education

Homans, George Caspar

home education / home schooling

Horsfall, Thomas Coglan

bell hooks

hope, utopianism and educational renewal

House of St Barnabas-in-Soho

housing, see:

Devon Mansions

London County Council and housing

Octavia Hill

Ada Salter, clean air and housing

tenant management

Two Towers Coop (TMO)

i

Illich, Ivan

individualization

informal education. See, also:

Jeffs and Smith - using informal education (1990)

Smith - informal education (from Developing Youth Work) (1988)

non-formal and informal education - towards a new paradigm

informal Jewish education, the philosophy of. See, also:

Reimer - a reply

informal learning

informal learning and home education / home schooling

Stephen Billett - Critiquing workplace learning discourses: Participation and continuity at work

Helen Colley, Phil Hodkinson & Janice Malcolm (2002) Non-formal learning: mapping the conceptual terrain. A Consultation Report.

Sarah Elaine Eaton - formal, non-formal and informal learning: the case of literacy, essential skills and language learning in Canada 

Reinhard Zürcher teaching-learning processes between informality and formalization.

j

Jazz, green and social

Jephcott, Pearl

Jewish informal education

Jewish youth movements

Journals - keeping them and using them for learning

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Kimmins, Grace

Kinnaird, Mary Jane

Klein, Josephine

knowledge

Malcolm S. Knowles

Kolb, David A.

Konopka, Gisela

Krishnamurti, Jiddu 

l

Lane, Homer

Lane - The Little Commonwealth

leadership

classical models (trait, behavioural, contigency, transformational)

shared leadership

learning - single-loop and double-loop

learning - informal. See also:

Billett - critiquing workplace learning discourses: participation and continuity at work

learning mentors

learning organization. See also,

Peter Senge and the learning organization

learning society. See also,

Donald A Schön on reflection and learning

learning theory

- behaviourist orientation

- cognitive orientation

- humanistic orientation

- social/situational orientation

Leech, Kenneth

Lewin, Kurt

Lidgett, J. Scott

lifelong learning

lifelong learning and social capital

lifespan development and lifelong learning

Lindeman, Eduard.

London City Mission

London Connection

London County Council

London Dockland's Development Corporation

London Mechanics Institute

London School of Economics and informal education

Lovett, William. See, also:

Lovett, William and John Collins Chartism: A new organization of the people 

Lying and moral choice in private and public life

m

Maclure, Will

Manchester University Settlement and Art Museum

Marx, Karl 

Marx, Karl in London

Mason, Charlotte

Matthews, Joan E

McClusky, Howard

McNair Report (1944) Teachers and Youth Leaders

mentoring - invisible mentors, co-mentors and mentoring circles

mentoring and young people. See, also:

learning mentors

youth mentoring in perspective

Methodism and youth work

Michel, Louise

Milson, Fred

Growing with the Job

missions, see

The Bustins and Bermondsey Gospel Mission

Cambridge University Mission and Settlement

London City Mission

Stansfeld and Oxford in Bermondsey

Montagu, Lily 

Montagu, Lily in Soho

Montessori, Maria 

More, Hannah

Morris, Henry

Morris, William on education. See, also, in the archives:

William Morris - A factory as it might be
William Morris - Thoughts on education under capitalism

multiple intelligences

Muscular Christianity

n

National Gallery, The and Trafalgar Square

Neal, Mary

neighbourhood, crime and informal education

neighbourhoods - sustainable

Neighborhoods (neighbourhoods) and regeneration

networks - learning

neuro-linguistic programming

Noddings, Nel

non-directive approach to community development.

non-formal education

non-formal and informal education - towards a new paradigm

non-formal learning

Helen Colley, Phil Hodkinson & Janice Malcolm (2002) Non-formal learning: mapping the conceptual terrain. A Consultation Report.

Nyerere, Julius

o

old age pensions

open schooling

organizational learning. See also,

Chris Argyris, theories of action, double-loop learning and organizational learning

Kurt Lewin, group dynamics and action learning

Peter Senge and the learning organization

Orwell, George

Outward Bound, see:

Hahn, Kurt

Owen, Robert

Robert Owen. An Address to the Inhabitants of New Lanark.

Oxford in Bermondsey

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Palmer, Parker J.

partnerships in education

participant observation

participation in learning

Passmore Edwards Settlement

Paterson, Alexander - youth work and prison reform

Pelham, Tom - boys clubs and ragged schooling

personal adviser

Pestalozzi, Johann H.

Pethick, Emmeline

Plato

playwork, see

Grace Kimmins and playwork

“The playground of today is the republic of tomorrow”: social reform and organized recreation in the USA, 1890-1930’s

Plowden Report, the

Polyani, Michael

popular education

post-modernism/post modernity

power

praxis

probation,  crime and informal education

Putnam, Robert. D.

q

Quakers and the development of adult schools

r

'race', difference and lifelong learning

ragged schooling. See, also:

Dickens - ragged schooling

Stanley - night schools

Raikes, Robert and Sunday schools

Ranyard, Ellen

recreation. See:

“The playground of today is the republic of tomorrow”: social reform and organized recreation in the USA, 1890-1930’s

Reed, Bryan: informal religious education and youth work

reflection

regeneration

relationship

residential care with adults - the contribution of informal education

residential settlements

Robarts, Emma

Rogers, Carl 

role

role-model education

Oscar Romero of El Salvador: informal adult education in a context of violence

Rousseau, Jean-Jacques. 

Rousseau, Jean-Jacques in London

Royal Society of Arts and informal education

Ruskin, John on education

John Ruskkin - Modern education

Russell, Charles and boys' clubs

s

Saadawi, Nawal El 

St Annes, Soho

St Christopher’s Boys’ Club

St Martin in the Fields

St Mary's Free School

Salesians

Salter, Ada

Salter, Alfred

Schön, Donald A.

schooling, see

Burley - informal education and schooling

community schools

community education

community schools in Scotland

education for democracy 

extended schools

folk high schools

full-service schooling

informal education and schooling

Riverside School

St Mary's Free School

self-direction, see also:

Brockett and Hiemstra: A conceptual framework for understanding self-direction in adult learning

self-help, community

self-help, Samuel Smiles

selfhood

Senge, Peter

Senior, Jane Nassau

Seton, Edward Thompson

settlements and social action centres. See, also:

adult education and the settlement movement

Bede House

Bermondsey Settlement

Birmingham Settlement

Browning Hall 

Cambridge University Mission and Settlement

educational settlements

residential settlements and social change

Manchester University Settlement and Art Museum

Time and Talents

Toynbee Hall

Sewell, E. Leslie, see also

Sewell, E. Leslie, 'Looking at Youth Clubs'

Shaftesbury, Lord

Smiles, Samuel and self-help

Chapter 1 Self-Help: National and Individual

Smith, William Alexander

social action, see, also

the social action virtual walk

social capital

social capital and lifelong learning

social education

Edwards and Hatch - Passing time. A report on young people and community

Hole, James - Social education

Smith, Mark - creators not consumers. rediscovering social education

Smith, Mark - beyond social education (1988)

social enterprise and organizational learning

social exclusion, 'joined-up' thinking and individualization - new labour's connexions strategy

social group work: formulation of a method, 1920-1936

social pedagogy. See also:

Edwards and Hatch - Passing time. A report on young people and community

Solly, Henry

Henry Solly's prospectus for the Working Men's Club and Institute Union 1862

Henry Solly: the origin and nature of Working Men’s Clubs and Institutes (1867)

SPCK

Speth, James Gustave

Stanley, Maude, see also,

Stanley - night schools

Stanley, Maud and work around the Five Dials

Stanley, Maud and the Soho Club and Home

Stansfield, John ("The Doctor") - and Oxford in Bermondsey

Stead, Frances Herbert

summer camps, camp counselors and informal education

sunday schools, See,also:

Hannah More: Sunday schools, education and youth work

supervision, the functions of

Joan E. Matthews - Professional Skill

sustainable communities and enduring neighbourhoods

Sweatman, Arthur. See, also:

Sweatman: Youths' Clubs and Institutes

t

tacit knowledge

Tagore, Rabindranath

Tash, M. Joan. See, also:

Working with unattached youth

Tawney, Richard Henry and adult education

television and lifelong learning

theories of action

theory building

Time and Talents. See, also

community work in the 50s

Dockhead Club and youth work

TocH

Toynbee Hall

Transforming Youth Work

Trades Union Congress

training informal educators

Tuckman, Bruce W.

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university settlements

utopianism, hope and educational renewal

v

village colleges

vocation and calling

w

Ward, Colin - the ‘gentle’ anarchist and informal education

Ward, Mary

Washington, Booker T.

West Central Jewish Youth Club and Settlement

Westminster Jewish Free School

Whitehouse, John Howard

Williams, George

Williams, Gertrude

Williams, Raymond and education

Willmott, Peter

Wollstonecraft, Mary. See also

Mary Wollstonecraft (1792) On national education

woodcraft

Woods, Robert A. - settlements, neigbourhoods and association

Robert A. Woods (1899) University settlements: their point and drift.

Robert A. Woods (1912) The recovery of the parish.

Working Men's Club and Institute Union

Henry Solly's prospectus for the Working Men's Club and Institute Union 1862

Henry Solly: the origin and nature of Working Men’s Clubs and Institutes

working men's clubs and Soho

Working Men's College, the

the working process, a model of 

assess the situation and our role

engage in conversation

question and foster understanding

discern and commit to change

respond - planning and making change

workplace learning discourses

x

y

Basil Yeaxlee

YMCA, Central

Exeter Hall, evangelism and the ymca

YMCA huts

YWCA

young women, informal education work with

youth

youth cafés

youth clubs. See, also:

Leonard Barnett - club and church (1951)

Leonard Barnett - why youth clubs?

Leonard Barnett - responsible people (fellowship and self-government in church youth clubs)

Robertson - a safe, warm place: an argument for youth clubs

Sewell, E. Leslie - Looking at youth clubs

Sweatman: Youths' Clubs and Institutes

youth development

Youth Matters

youth ministry and social change 1930-1999

youth mentoring in perspective

youth work. See, also:

the albemarle report and the development of youth work in england and wales and the  'Albemarle Report' - The Youth Service in England and Wales.

Board of Education (1944) Teachers and Youth Leaders (the McNair Report)

the case for youth work - a presentation to the Prime Minister's Strategy Unit 2004

christian youth work

Citizenship, youth work and democratic renewal

Bernard Davies: Threatening Youth revisited

The significance of Circular 1486 - The Service of Youth. See, also, full circular.

Department of Education and Science - Youth and Community Work in the 70s. (1969)

Department of Education and Science - Effective Youth Work (1987)

detached youth work and project work

government five year education strategy (2004)

HM Treasury (2007) Aiming high for young people: A ten year strategy for positive activities.

Jewish youth movements

key reports

Methodism and youth work

Fred Milson - Growing with the Job

Fred Milson - Why am I a youth worker?

Ministry of Education (1945): The aims and purpose of the youth service

research studies

school-based work

Scottish Executive (2007) Moving Forward. A strategy for improving young people's chances through youth work

Strategy for the delivery of youth work in Northern Ireland 2005-2008.

Smith - Developing Youth Work

transforming youth work

transforming youth work - resourcing an excellent youth service

Welsh Assembly Government (2007) Young people, youth work, Youth Service. National Youth Service Strategy for Wales.

Youth Matters (2005)

young people, informal education and association

youth work and the spark of the divine

youth work history

Youth's Christian Institute

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