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Andragogy, eLearning and my project

The various reading assignments about Andragogy, had me regress back to a podcast, I listened to in my ADLT 606 course, that Dr. Terry Carter facilitated where she interviewed Dr. Rosemary Caffarella. Part of the interview was about then student … Continue reading →

Andragogy – Week 9

I have to say that I am fully onboard and see myself exemplifying the Andragogy theory.  As an adult learner now and reflecting on the time when I was younger and learning throughout childhood, there is a significant difference in what I remember and how i learned in comparison to when I was in college […]

Andragogy

Describe how eLearning designers and facilitators for adults should utilize the principles of andragogy when designing and facilitating learning experiences. (If you think they should, of course, if you don’t, why?) I agree with Andragogy in adult learning. I feel like Pedagogy is important for subjects in which they might be unfamiliar. It provides more […]

Andragogy

After reading the articles listed, I have to say that I am thoroughly interested in the theory and history of andragogy. I know deep down that adults learn differently than young children, especially in areas of equity and language in my experience. I couldn’t have told you what the differences were off the top of […]

Andragogy

“. . . most of what I learned in grade school had little to do with my functioning better as a pre-adolescent; I learned it in order to be able to get into high school. What I learned in high… Continue Reading →

Andragogy & eLearning

When reading this week about andragogy and adult learning, I felt that this theory/principle/model is actually the most fitting of the one we have learned about during this class.  In my experience educating professionals as part of my job, I have found that when the “why” is explained, they are less likely to resist the […]

Andragogy- Beth Wright

Describe how eLearning designers and facilitators for adults should utilize the principles of andragogy when designing and facilitating learning experiences. (If you think they should, of course, if you don’t, why?) Applying andragogy as an instructor to a course requires first some knowledge about your students. Considering the 5 assumptions of adult learners (self-concept, adult […]

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