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Improving Adult Learning

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Improving Adult Learning - A presentation by Lorraine Minor for City Vision College course CVC 402 Life Skills.

Improving Adult Learning - A presentation by Lorraine Minor for City Vision College course CVC 402 Life Skills.

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  • 1. Improving Adult Learning
  • 2. Introduction Why? When? How? Where?
  • 3. What’s today about?
    • Providing the best atmosphere
    • Developing the best planning
    • Using the best techniques
    • Because…
  • 4. It’s a matter of
    •   
    •   Honoring the Lord
    •     Respecting the client
    •   Being efficient with mission resources
  • 5. Effective Teachers are
    • Flexible co-learners
    • Catalysts
    • Conduits
    • Coaches
  • 6. Enlarging Our Perception of the Adult Learner ? ? ? ? ?
  • 7. The adult learner often is
    • Unsure of Learning Ability
    • Which Affects the Expressed Desire to Learn
  • 8. The adult learner needs relativity
    • Relativity to already acquired knowledge
    • Relativity to life issues at hand
  • 9. The adult learner often has
    • A Misperception of Need for Learning
  • 10. The adult learner has
    • Individual Needs and Learning Styles
  • 11. The adult learner is
    • Often affected by social interaction
  • 12. The adult learner usually is
    • Easily distracted, undisciplined in mental exercise
  • 13. Adult learners are
    • Usually not risk takers in educational opportunities
  • 14. Summarizing … successful adult education should be
    • Problem oriented
    • Personalized
    • Confirming personal responsibility
  • 15. Simple FAP approach
    • Focused
    • 1-2 main points per session
  • 16. Simple FAP approach
    • Application Driven
    • Knowledge plus a reason
  • 17. Simple FAP approach
    • 3. Participation opportunities
    • Involvement Discussion Brain Storming
  • 18. Role of preparation
    • Planning the curriculum
    • Planning the session
    • Planning each learning experience
  • 19. Planning the curriculum
    • Simple, realistic, appropriate, achievable, applicable, conceptual and sequential
    • Develop the basic concepts followed by objectives, followed by activities and completed with plan for evaluation.
    • Distribute the plan to the participants at the beginning of the course
  • 20. Planning the session
  • 21. Planning each learning experience
  • 22. 12 Techniques to Enhance Retention
    • Repetition
    • Sequenced
    • Context
    • Construct
    • Application
    • Participation
    • Social involvement
    • Individualization
    • Applicability
    • Provision
    • Affirmation
    • Evaluation