Exploring The Foundation Knowledge Of Program Planning

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This chapter was very interesting explaining how exploring foundation knowledge of program planning is evaluated. Program planning is examined in five ways, adult learning, cultural differences, relationship building, power and interests, and technology. Knowing how adults learn and how to operate a constructed program that will connect with all adults. Adult programs consist of continuing education, psychology, sociology, anthropology, neurosciences, and cultural studies (Caffarella & Daffron, 2013). Adult education is a field that mature students returns to college and choose as a major. Adult learning discusses different programs that adult learners may be interested in continuing their education. Today there is many programs that adults can experience and learn about to help them decided how to continue their education in life. Adult learning is having a clear picture of how adults learn and how this in turn affects the program planning process. Many adults are not sure about what they want to do with their lives after high school. There are many programs that will help you to decided, what you want to do with your life. This is where adult education programs can help you decided on the importance of education. There are three content areas that connects with adult learning and planning education within the adult. Knowles state that the adult learner, learns from their experiences. Experiences is how adults live their everyday lives and make concise…
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