David O. Justice died in September of 2008. The world is improved by his questions and humor. He knew what to ask for, and how to ask it. For some years he was my boss. He continued to be a friend.
CAEL (Council for Adult and Experiential Learning) has just published a series of essays on adult learning, inspired by the life and work of David. Some of my comments appear in a collaborative essay, expertly facilitated by Morry Fiddler. I think the series of essays work well in reminding us all of who David was. I hope they introduce him to a new audience.
Learning never ends.
Labels: adult learning, CAEL, David Justice