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5.0 out of 5 stars THE ESSENTIAL GUIDE TO INFORMAL EDUCATION, 6 Jan 2000
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This review is from: Informal Education (Smith, Mark) (Paperback)
This is simply a brilliant piece of explanatory text for youth workers, social workers and community sector workers. Informal education is central to youth work in the UK. Jeffs and Smith investigate elements of learning, education and the social impact that this tool can have. The book also explores conversation and democracy, reflective practice and education as a process rather than a product. For people exploring informal education, it is a valuable introduction and I would say a must for those entering the youth work profession. Jeffs and Smith also have the knack of presenting the information is a easy-to-read way, so that such a vast topic can be read in a relaxed way. It is not volumnous in its content and equally is not too brief. With so many people fearful of education as a youth work component, this book will put minds at rest. Enjoy.
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