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Adult Learning Style Preferences

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What Is Learning Style? Learning Style is a composite of the cognitive, affective, and physiological factors that serve as relatively stable indicators of how a learner perceives, interacts with, and responds to the learning environment. Learning Style Preferences Learning Style Preferences are preferred methods of learning for an individual. Most adult learners develop a learning…
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The Implications of Adult Learning Theory on Instructional Design for Workplace Training

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Adult learning theory primarily focuses on how adults learn. It is founded on the assumptions that adult learners concentrate more on the processes rather than contents. This is because adults bring in real life experiences to the learning environment. Malcolm Shepherd Knowles (1913-1997) had a significant influence on the field of adult education. He was determined to discuss…
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Administrators, Managers, and Leaders: What’s the Difference?

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  Administrator, Manager, and Leader Defined Sergiovanni (1991) defined administration as a process of working with and through others to accomplish goals efficiently. According to this definition, an administrator is one who is responsible for planning, organizing, leading and controlling. Managers also plan, coordinate, delineate objectives, and evaluate the performance of others. Therefore, the roles…
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