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Adult Learning

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A comprehensive understanding of adult learning principles is critical to developing successful education programs that result in participant engagement and the facilitation of learning. Adults have special needs and requirements as learners.

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Adult Learning

  1. 1. Good Morning!
  2. 2. PROFESSION PROFESSIONAL PROFESSIONALISM
  3. 3. PROFESSION - Noun PROFESSIONAL - Adjective PROFESSIONALISM - Noun
  4. 4. PROFESSION - OCCUPATION PROFESSIONAL - ENGAGEMENT PROFESSIONALISM - COMPETENCE
  5. 5. PROFESSION - Noun A paid occupation, especially that involves PROLONGED TRAINING and a FORMAL QUALIFICATION. Synonyms: Career, Occupation, Line of Work, Line of Employment.
  6. 6. Profession 2 Honourable / Ethical / Courteous…
  7. 7. PHYSIOLOGY PSYCHOLOGY The Body The Mind
  8. 8. Instant Gradual
  9. 9. How has EDUCATION changed over the years?
  10. 10. Students’ Mental Models are shifting fast.
  11. 11. Span of interest getting SMALL
  12. 12. Classroom teaching is fast becoming ineffective
  13. 13. Class Absenteeism is increasing
  14. 14. Classroom Boredom is increasing
  15. 15. Classroom Participation & Engagement is Ineffective
  16. 16. Retarded Thinking
  17. 17. Lack of Attention
  18. 18. Causing Anguish amongst students
  19. 19. 24x7 access to extraordinary information - FREE
  20. 20. INFORMATION Overload
  21. 21. Lack of ATTENTION
  22. 22. Tell me something that I can’t GOOGLE!
  23. 23. Shift in our Mental Model is the need of the hour
  24. 24. From TEACHING to LEARNING
  25. 25. Transfer of KNOWLEDGE
  26. 26. To development of SKILLS
  27. 27. And COMPETENCIES
  28. 28. do that?
  29. 29. 1. START with...
  30. 30. The Analogy MARKETING TEACHING
  31. 31. Attributes - Importance & Value
  32. 32. Audience - Understanding & Empathy
  33. 33. Communication - Delivery & Expression SIMPLIFY INTERESTING CURIOSITY
  34. 34. Relationship - Trust
  35. 35. Shift from WHAT  WHY
  36. 36. WHAT  WHY CURIOSITY
  37. 37. Limited Expression Limitless Expression
  38. 38. WHY offer tremendous opportunity for boarding the scope of thinking - LIMITLESS
  39. 39. WHAT prompts COMMAND
  40. 40. WHY prompts INQUISITIVENESS
  41. 41. 2. Your Audience is Adult Learner
  42. 42. Adult Learner are Autonomous & Self directed
  43. 43. Adult Learner have different LEARNING styles
  44. 44. Show
  45. 45. They are MORE informed….ACCEPT it!
  46. 46. 3. Create LEARNING Capabilities
  47. 47. LEARNING Capabilities Course Completion =
  48. 48. Suspend your JUDGEMENT
  49. 49. There is nothing RIGHT or WRONG
  50. 50. RIGHT or WRONG is SUBJECTIVE
  51. 51. Reference to Context is changing FAST
  52. 52. Information is VOLATILE
  53. 53. Believe that MORE than one solution exist to any problem A B C D E F G
  54. 54. Experiment - Check – Discover - Innovate
  55. 55. Appreciate LEARNING as a continuous process
  56. 56. What are LEARNING Experiences?
  57. 57. BAD Learning Experiences - FIRST
  58. 58. BAD Learning Experiences... 1. Information OVERLOAD
  59. 59. 2. Inconsistent DELIVERY BAD Learning Experiences...
  60. 60. 3. Monologue - BROADCAST BAD Learning Experiences...
  61. 61. 4. Irrelevant EXAMPLES BAD Learning Experiences...
  62. 62. 5. All CRAP – ONLY THEORY BAD Learning Experiences...
  63. 63. TEACHER as the CONTROLLER
  64. 64. GREAT Learning Experiences...
  65. 65. 1. Establish REFERENCE First GREAT Learning Experiences...
  66. 66. 2. Reference to Context to Content GREAT Learning Experiences...
  67. 67. 3. DISCUSS More GREAT Learning Experiences...
  68. 68. 4. Allow students to EXPLORE GREAT Learning Experiences...
  69. 69. 6. Do not ASSUME anything GREAT Learning Experiences...
  70. 70. 7. CONCLUDE the session GREAT Learning Experiences...
  71. 71. 8. Build relationship of TRUST GREAT Learning Experiences...
  72. 72. TEACHER as the CONTROLLER
  73. 73. TEACHER as the FACILITATOR
  74. 74. CONTROLLER COMMAND & CONTROL FACILITATOR ENABLE & ENGAGE
  75. 75. People hate to be CONTROLLED & MANAGED
  76. 76. Mental Models are shifting fast ACCEPT the fact!
  77. 77. From TEACHING To LEARNING
  78. 78. Thank You!

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