2 edition of Facilitating learning through the use of supportive services in adult basic education found in the catalog.
Facilitating learning through the use of supportive services in adult basic education
Myra G. Ashley
by Adult Education Research-Information Processing Center,c1971. in Tallahassee
Bibliography: p. 18.
|Statement||by Myra G. Ashley and Gary F. Norsworthy.|
|Series||Research to practice|
|Contributions||Norsworthy, Gary F, Florida State University. Adult Education Research-Information Processing Center.|
|LC Classifications||LC 5219 A82 1971|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||v, 18 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||18|
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Get this from a library. Facilitating learning through the use of supportive services in adult basic education. [Myra G Ashley; Gary F Norsworthy; Florida State University.
Adult Education Research-Information Processing Center.]. Supportive community services that aid in the Adult Basic Education (ABE) student's learning process by meeting the student's needs are discussed. Major needs and services are presented under the following four categories: health (psychological), health (physiological), occupational services, and legal and financial services.
Ten references for additional study are : Myra G. Ashley, Gary F. Norsworthy. The first book to receive both the Imogene Okes Award and the Cyril O. Houle World Award for Literature in Adult Education presented by the American Association for Adult and Continuing Education.
This book analyzes current approaches to adult learning and presents a comprehensive review of the research on how adults by: Teachers can facilitate learning by making the educational process easier for students.
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Students need to learn how to go beyond the basic facts—who. to adult learning principle and practices. If inappropriate strategies for the facilitation of learning are used, adult learners are likely to become bored, frustrated, overwhelmed or unable to cope with the challenges of learning.
This may contribute to the high drop-out rate that many adult education programmes face. Facilitating Adult Learning Handbook. Contents. o Guidelines to Effective Facilitation: Basic guidelines for facilitators to follow before, during and after a session.
o Six Principles of Adult Learning: These basic principles remind us of characteristics of adult. Adult Basic Education in South Africa 2 Statement of the Problem 5 Rational of the Study 6 Aims of the study 6 Research questions 7 Facilitation methods 9 Maintaining adult learning.
—Co-Written with Eric Johnson | Assistant Director for Policy Analysis and Communications for the Office of Scholarships and Student Aid, UNC Chapel Hill— The fundamentals of higher education aren’t any different for adult learners than for traditional-age students.
Reading, researching, thinking, analyzing and discussing—the core of learning doesn’t change based on age. of student interests, needs, learning styles, and cultural backgrounds.
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George clarifies the most basic, complex, and nagging challenges of facilitation, while honoring the realities of individual and social power dynamics and providing real-life examples from the path of continued growth and s: So, how is facilitating different than chairing a meeting.
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The adult learner is in charge of his/her own learning. The trainer cannot impose or insert learning, but instead must serve as a leader, guide, and catalyst.
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highlight the basic minimum. The two distinguishing characteristics of adult learning most frequently advanced by theorists are the adult’s autonomy of direction when learning and the use of personal experience as a learning resource (Simpson, ). Brookfield () provides a succinct summary of the principles of adult learning specified by adult.
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