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Bibliografia da Tese de Mestrado

(Rui Moura, 1997)

 

Referências Bibliográficas

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Candy, Philip (1987). Reframing research into self-direction in adult education: a constructivist perspective. Tese de doutoramento não publicada. The University of British Columbia.

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Candy, Philip (1991). Self-direction for lifelong learning. San Francisco, CA: Jossey-Bass.

Cavaliere, Lorraine (1990). The wright brothers as self-directed learners: the role and relation of goal setting, feedback and motivation during the process of their self-directed learning project. In H. Long & Associates, Advances in research and practice in self-directed learning. Norman, Oklahoma: Oklahoma Research Center for Continuing Professional and Higher Education, University of Oklahoma, 221-234.

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Couceiro, Maria Loreto (1992). Processos de autoformação: uma produção singular de si próprio. Tese de mestrado não publicada, Universidade Nova, Faculdade de Ciências e Tecnologia, Lisboa.

Couceiro, Maria Loreto (1995). Autoformação e contexto profissional. Formar, Instituto do Emprego e Formação Profissional, nº 14, 6-15.

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Danis, C. & Tremblay, N. A. (1988). Autodidactic learning experiences: questioning established adult learning principles. In H. Long & Associates, Self-directed learning: application and theory. Georgia: Adult Education Department, University of Georgia, 171-197.

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Félix, António Bagão (1991). Formação profissional em portugal: que papel nos anos 90?. Formar, Instituto do Emprego e Formação Profissional, nº 14, 51-58.

Foucher, R. & Brézot, F. (1996). Self-directed learning in health care institutions: an analysis of policies and practices. Documento apresentado para GIRAT (Group for Interdisciplinary Research on Autonomy and Training).

Foucher, R. & Gosselin, A. (1994). A commitment to learner-autonomy at quebec-telephone: a case study of inter-service internships and formal recognition of self-acquired knowledge. Documento apresentado para GIRAT (Group for Interdisciplinary Research on Autonomy and Training).

Foucher, R. & Tremblay, N. A. (1992). Self-directed learning in the workplace: a framework for analysis. Conferência apresentada no VII Simpósio Internacional sobre a Aprendizagem Autodirigida (Janeiro de 1992), Palm Beach.

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