While we are aware learning involves change not just in habits but in knowledge and attitudes. It is beyond acquiring specific skills as it practically enables the individual/ student to make both personal and social adjustments. Since the concept of change is inherent and an integral part of learning, any change in behavior implies that learning is taking or has taken place.
Adults have an inclination and readiness to learn aspects which is oriented to his or her social roles and development. Experience gathered by students/ individuals by previous learning shapes their future needs of learning. The mentor needs to trigger the need to learn in his students as that is the surest method to confirm the student will be self initiated to complete the learning program assigned.
Adults enjoy being engaged in a purposeful exploration of a field of knowledge and facilitation should foster a spirit of critical reflection. Various styles and approaches to learning are acknowledged and integrated into the learning context. ...Show more