"The purpose of adult education is to assist them learn, not to teach them everything you understand, and therefore to prevent them from learning."
Educators have determined that by experiencing a mix of activities that promote the three learning domains, most adults, adolescents, and children learn best: cognitive, affective, and behavioural. Cognitive refers to knowledge or subject matter, affective refers to attitudes and beliefs, and behaviour refers to practical use.
Theories of adult learning are not just a collection of jargons, concepts and ideas on how to learn from adults. These theories help you plan your course to facilitate the learning process during conception, development, and execution.
Intends To Accomplish
- Behaviour and attitude.
- Improved cohesion of the society.
- Increased well-being and happiness.
- Integrate content that is emotionally driven.