Different Perspectives About Adult Learning

1290 WordsDec 23, 20156 Pages
To keep student interest each week is to introduce them to the introduction they would learn the important of the class what is the specifics information that goes along with it. There are many different perspectives about adult learning, and it is relative and separate the early childhood development practices from the overall approach to adult learning. The belief of many authors have their own learning styles and apply to adult and early childhood. They present their own learning style by presenting it to themselves which is based in their own learning environment. Andragogy is the art of science helping adult learn (Malcom Knowles, 1980). The experience I have is the same experiences that Knowles applied. The way I learn and the way I use the learning theories to elevate my enthusiasm to learn. Yes, I get excited about learning more. There are five assumptions to andragogy that will help adult learn. 1.self-concept, I have self-concepts of my own learning directions. 2. Life experience, which I have experienced many good and bad experiences that is the resource for my education. 3. Andragogy teaches that adults have learning needs that changes the social roles in an adult life. 4. The problem centered adult, Knowles is immediate interested and request information about the adult. 5. Motivation is learning by internal rather than factors (Merriam, 2001, p.5) To introduce them to instructions is also giving them tools. Knowles use these principals
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