February 18, 2019

The 2019 Malcolm Knowles Award for significant lifelong contributions to the field of self-directed learning was presented to Terrence R. Redding at the International Self-Directed Learning Symposium on February 7.  Dr. Redding earned his Ph. D. in Adult Education and Higher Education with a minor in Marketing at the University of Oklahoma in1997, a student of Dr. Huey B. Long. His M. Ed. in Educational Psychology was also from the University of Oklahoma, adding to a B.S. in Education/Business Administration, with honors, from Cameron University.

Dr. Redding’s involvement with self-directed learning spans almost 30 years.  It began when he was a Kellogg Fellow at the University of Oklahoma and a doctoral student of Dr. Huey Long.  In 1991 he co-authored Self-Directed Learning Dissertation Abstracts, 1966-1991 with Dr. Long and completed his doctoral dissertation focusing on SDL in 1997:  Association of Historical Events and the Development of Self-Directed Learning Readiness of Amateur...

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