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Contemporary Adult Learning

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Contemporary Adult Learning CLD 375

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These notes cover a video "Leading of Men", useful for next exam
Contemporary Adult Learning
Daniel Kahl
Class Notes
Adult Learning, Androgyny




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This 1 page Class Notes was uploaded by Smccarty on Monday March 21, 2016. The Class Notes belongs to CLD 375 at University of Kentucky taught by Daniel Kahl in Spring 2016. Since its upload, it has received 13 views. For similar materials see Contemporary Adult Learning in Public Relations at University of Kentucky.

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Date Created: 03/21/16
CLD 375: Notes from 3-11 “Leading of Men” – video 1. Need to Know Why a. WHY do I need to now this? b. Thus positive outcomes because of the goals 2. Self-Concept a. Self-directed in their lives b. Self-concept will vary with each individual 3. Experience (part of their identity) a. More experience than children, so higher learning b. Association with others from previous knowledge 4. Readiness to Learn a. 2 Dimensions i. Direction ii. Support 5. Orientation to Learn a. Tasks to learn should be relevant to their lives AT THAT TIME b. Experience learning, kinesthetic learning 6. Motivation Learning a. Intrinstic rewards for adults VS Pedagogy (child learning)  Knowledge comes from teacher and textbooks  Extrinsic Motivation  Content Models Critics – Self-direction can be affected by fear or lack of goals, HOWEVER: framework of “good teaching” practices


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