"Do adult students on full-time courses suffer from stress" Hypothesis.
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...adult enrol in higher education s in order to fulfil family responsibilities and to enhance their career or job opportunities. These two factors then are the major sources of stress and also fulfilment to an adult student. Stress defined by Selye as cited in Sandler (2001) is: the nonspecific response of the body to any demand whether it is caused by, or results in pleasant or unpleasant conditions…We must, however, differentiate within the general concept of stress between the unpleasant or harmful variety, called “distress” (from the Latin dis = bad, as in dissonance, disagreement), and “eustress” (from the Greek eu =good, as in euphonia, euphoria)…However, the fact that eustress... In general, adult...
Motivation and Retention of Adult Online Sophomore Students
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...Adult Online Sophomore Affiliation with more information about affiliation, research grants, conflict of interest and how to contact Motivation and Retention of Adult Online Sophomore Students Introduction: This paper proposes a research study on the topic of “Motivation and Retention of Adult Online Sophomore Students”. Before considering the other aspects of the proposal, it is important to analyze the issue of increased number of ‘dropout of sophomore students’ in the United States in recent times, especially from online courses. The proposal will also discuss the linguistic, socio-cultural, socio-economic/political issues which cause the students dropout. Besides... Motivation and Retention of Adult...
Special education programmes in preparing students for the adult world
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...adult world. Although, special education programmes playa very significant role in improving academic performance of students with disabilities, it is also important for these programmes to equip disabled students with skills, to help them face the challenges of the adult world. This can be done if an effective transitional planning has been charted for the student in school. As per the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA), transition planning is required to be a part of the Individualised Education Program (IEP). By the time the student turns 15, the first IEP that is designed must include student’s... The paper explains how special education programmes can help in preparing for the...
Motivation and Retention of Adult Online Sophomore Students
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...Adult Online Sophomore Affiliation with more information about affiliation, research grants, conflict of interest and how to contact Motivation and Retention of Adult Online Sophomore Students Introduction: This paper proposes a research study on the topic of “Motivation and Retention of Adult Online Sophomore Students”. Before considering the other aspects of the proposal, it is important to analyze the issue of increased number of ‘dropout of sophomore students’ in the United States in recent times, especially from online courses. The proposal will also discuss the linguistic, socio-cultural, socio-economic/political issues which cause the students dropout. Besides... ?Motivation and Retention of Adult ...
THE CORRELATION BETWEEN ACADEMIC PERSISTENCE AND DEMOGRAPHICAL OUTCOMES IN POST SECONDARY ACCELERATED ADULT EDUCATION STUDIES
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...adults stay in education programs while engaging in personalized studies when forced by circumstances to withdraw from attending classes or lecture lessons. He additionally stated that the adult students should return to attending the lectures when their lives demand so. Previous surveys carried out on adult students in the United States indicate that, the adults who have previously been involved in vocational trainings, self-studies and other forms of education were more likely to have academic persistence than those who had not (Rudy, 2003). They also indicate that adult students... ? The Correlation between Academic Persistence and Demographical Outcomes in Post Secondary Accelerated Adult Education...
Development of Adult Education
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...adult are psychologically not the same to normal post-adolescent college students. Therefore, it is pertinent that the theories of Erikson, Havighurst, Kolhberg, Gilligan, Magolda and Bronfenbrenner be taken into consideration while dealing with adults. Ultimately, the theory of critical learning has it that sociological analysis of education holds that learning institutions are considered hazardous to the social life of individuals. Most of the people who go to school usually end up oppressed, and this is worsened... Development of adult education Section problem definition The development of adult education is a key concern in the present world since they form part of labor that is to be utilized in...
Adult Educator Interview and Paper
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...students being adults in most cases, the trainer employs adragogical techniques such as letting the students take control so as to feel the independence in the learning process. He encourages the sense of self direction. He also uses the learners experience to facilitate the learning process through quoting examples... Adult Educator Interview and Paper Task: Adult Educator Interview and Paper Introduction I interviewed an industrial trainer at Pixar Company that deals in production of animations and cartoons. He is a trained personnel who trains new employees on a number of companys values and norms. He is well-trained for his position and has two years experience in the job. Background, experience, and ...
Positive and Negative Aspects of Adult Education
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...Adult Education Governments of various countries like America, Hong Kong, UK have always encouraged older people to have education so that they match and compete with younger students. This prospect has made them independent, knowledgeable and modern literates. Adult students have gained back their lost confidence, importance and strength and are now ready to accept new challenges coming ahead. Many companies prefer to employ adults rather than having youngsters due to more experience and capabilities. For instance, a company would prefer to have a 40-year old manager rather than having a 28... Introduction to Analysis Survival in recession has become difficult around the globe. This boom has not only ...
Adult Education Theory and Practice at the College Level
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...adults may be predicted to score higher than younger adults on intelligence exams, an outcome that is in agreement with the findings that older adults are predisposed to achieve higher in postsecondary classes than younger adults with the same scores on usual college admission exams, like the American College Testing (ACT). Categorization. The mission of locating the most favorable area of interest for adults going back to school presently needs ability. The PPIK model presents an explanation for locating, particularly, the existing knowledge of adult learners. An outline of knowledge structures for potential adult students may be applied to select a field of study that most... ?Running Head: Education...
ADULT DEV SLP2
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...adult prefers to learn on his own and becomes self directed as his maturity level increases (Gibbons, 2002). This is because an adult has a self concept; he/she views him/her self in a certain way and wish to proceed further in their lives to maintain that self concept. When an individual matures, he tends to become more independent and his attitude of dependency starts fading away. This is why when in educational institutes, students are directed as they used to be directed in their early educational circus, they tend to become stubborn and show rigid behaviour. Thus when an individual turns into an adult he should not be taught, guided... Self Directed Self-Directed According to Malcolm Knowles, an...
Adult Learner
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...adult education, and central issues like research, policy and equity. Appendix Title: THE ADULT PERSISTENCE IN LEARNING MODEL: A ROAD MAP TO COUNSELING SERVICES FOR ADULT LEARNERS,By: MacKinnon-Slaney, Fiona, Journal of Counseling & Development, 07489633, Jan/Feb94, Vol. 72, Issue 3 Adults, now constituting approximately half of the college student population, present a challenge to counselors in higher education. Adult learners who are generally self-directed and pragmatic differ in their perspective on the college experience from students of traditional college age whose main task is preparing for adulthood. Typically, adult learners are already self-supporting, mature, and responsible... [Supervisor'...
Analyzing Falculty Characteristics in Adult Learning
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...adult faculty members, Fraser and Hyland-Russell (2011) denotes that the following are the general required characteristics that faculty members should have for purposes of helping them to be efficient in teaching adults, They should be loving, warm, caring, and acceptable to learners. They should value the self planning capabilities of the learner, and they should therefore not trespass on them. They should have good communication skills that would help them communicate effectively with adult learners. They should be people who are always open to new experiences and change. On this basis, faculty members should always strive to learn from adult students... Knowles, Holton and Swanson de that the...
Researching the Field of Adult Learning
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...adult education system is more popular as a distance education. However, distance educational system is considered as one of the rapidly emerging modes of education. Growth within the field has herewith led the informal and formal education trends to a higher level (Veletsianos, 2010). During adult education practice, students greater and proper attention is in demand for focused guidelines and assistance from their peers as well as teachers. In case of ESL, adults require greater support and motivation for adopting the learning skills majorly owing to the fact that they practice a separate mother tongue. In this regard, technological adoption in ESL program is expected... Researching the Field of...
Adult Educator
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...adult students that can be influenced by using combined forms of learning. What strengths propel one to be an exemplary teacher of adults? First, it is obvious that knowledge is a prerequisite quality for a good teacher. In addition to the professional knowledge, it is noteworthy for the tutor to consider enlarging his/her general knowledge on culture, humanity, society, methodology, psychology, politics and history. This will in turn, serve to boost the effectiveness in providing what the students need to know. In addition... ? Adult Educator ? Challenges, Strength and Weakness of Adult Educator Teachers play a central role in the training of the adult learners. Thus, as an outstanding teacher is...
Adult Education Trends
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...adult learners; that is, some sort of relaxation (such as adjustment in GPA) is allowed in order for adult learners to compete effectively against traditional ones (Worth & Stephens, 2011). Refresher courses such as college algebra are also provided to students returning after a long time (Worth & Stephens, 2011). Another trend is that adult learners are less comfortable with tech-savvy educational... The article, by Worth, Josepha and Stephens, Christopher J. discusses the growth in emerging community colleges across the West, notably the U.S, in light of contemporary social, demographic and economic environment in the U.S (Worth & Stephens, 2011)(Appendix 1). According to the authors, there has been...
Investigating the Relationship between Academic Persistence and Age, Gender, Ethnicity and Transfer Credits
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...adult learners who are joining the adult education programs on offer in different universities and colleges across the globe. The academic persistence of students will be studied by focusing on students who have successfully completed their undergraduate degrees in Christian ministry, business administration, elementary education or psychology. All the degree programs put into consideration are offered in an accelerated format... and will lead the students to an accredited Bachelor of Arts degree. Adult Learner Academic Persistence According to previous reports, the retaining of adult learners in programs and institutions on...
Critique One Empirical Article Relating to Adult Education
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...adult learning settings. These steps were also simple and feasibly applied for resource-stricken and time-limited adult education programs and centers. Third, the study recognized the gap in adult education research, such as lack of reading strategy studies for adult students. This points the direction for future studies, which include identification and evaluation of existing reading fluency strategies used in adult education centers. If this study examined former reading strategies for children, other education scholars can start research from “what works” in existing adult education centers and create theories and tools that can... ? -- Atlanta Covington Cohort PSE 6660 – Term 07/T3 Critique...
Managing Time As An Adult Learner
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...Adult Learner Introduction Time is a scarce resource, even for The college syllabusis usually too wide, and students spend a large chunk of their time tending to their studies. In addition, studies can be demanding sometimes, and a student may need to put a lot of effort to understand a difficult topic. Most students have numerous activities that keep them involved on a daily basis, besides their studies. Such include part time jobs, various co-curricular activities such as those of clubs which they are part of. For the adult learner, the issue of effective time management becomes even more challenging since the adult learner has to balance his time between school, work... College: Managing Time as an...
English as a Second Language for Adult Immigrants (The Domain is Adult Education)
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...students, different approaches, practices and technologies are used in ESL training. The major objective of ESL programs is to assist adult immigrants in accomplishing competency in English language. Majority of classes are developed on the basis of students... ? English as a Second Language for Adult Immigrants (The Domain is Adult Education) Introduction In the present days, learning English is considered as one of the significant aspects of education for adult immigrants. For immigrants in the United States, English is considered as second language and improper understanding of English creates language barrier for them with those people who have English as their first language. There are several...
Learning Disabilities in Adult life
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...adult students. Journal of Clinical Psychology, 54(6), pp. 831–837. Unwin, G.L., & Deb, S. (2008). Use of Medication for the Management of Behavior Problems among Adults with Intellectual Disabilities: A Clinicians Consensus Survey. American Journal on Mental Retardation, 113(1), pp. 19-31.... There is a high amount of learning disabilities in adults which needs further research. This is especially true for those suffering from AD/HD. It is very important that peers, family members and scholars have a thorough understanding and diagnosis of the learning disabilities in challenged adults (Kidder, 1999). A research conducted among 651 learning disabled...
Online Education is Effective For Adult Learners
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...Adult Learners Introduction Online education is one of the types of education that falls under the category of distance learning. Distance learning is referred to as learning that takes place between the instructor and the student and both these groups of individuals are distant to each other in the context of physical distance. Online education is a medium of providing instructions to students by teachers with the assistance of different forms of technologies. Importance for distance learning has been realized and has led to increase in popularity of online education among the adults. Online education has achieved success, still certain individuals give preference... Online Education is Effective For...
Adult Learners Postsecondary Academic Persistence
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...Adult Learners Postsecondary Academic Persistence Q It is evident that the last three decades has witnessed an increasein registration or enrollment of mature students. At the present, there are over 12 million students in U.S. colleges and 2 of 5 of these are believed to be adult students. Actually, most community colleges rely on mature students with most of them learning part-time and staying outside the school. In the recent past, the mode of enrollment for most students has undergone a transformation with majority of them preferring to commute to and back from...
The value of role modelling: Perceptions of undergraduate and diploma nursing students
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...adult) students" and "A Review of Preceptorship in Undergraduate Nursing Education: Implications for Staff Development." The former is an article by Jayne H. Donaldson and Diana Carter which, "Using a grounded theory methodology ... demonstrates the value of role modelling in teaching and learning within the clinical area." (Donaldson and Carter, 353) The latter, an article by Marijo Letizia, and Judith Jennrich, "reports a literature review and summarizes the benefits... of two (2) Prescribed Journal Articles This paper attempts to undertake a careful of the two most essential readings in nursing education and they are "The value of role modelling: Perceptions of undergraduate and diploma nursing...
Adult Learning Theory - Self Regulated Learning
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...adult student both because it embraces the major precepts and teaching strategies presented by those theories and extends beyond their confines. Nevertheless, and as the argument shall highlight, irrespective of the learning theory that a tutor selects, if the aim is to create a dynamic and constructive learning environment, characterised by efficient and effective learning, the tutor must integrate elements of the experiential learning theory into his/her teaching style, especially as pertains to learning from, by and through experience. The Scholarship of Learning... Adults Learn Best When Learning By and From Experience 2 Introduction 2 The Scholarship of Learning 3 Learning through Experience 5...
The factors that students use when selecting which University to attend
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...adult students. Although most young adult students take university expenditures, parental wishes, and peer location into contemplation, there are also other significant factors that might not be ignored in the university choosing process. This research is objected to investigate and establish factors that influence most university students in selecting a university of their choice. When it comes to university choosing process, it advisable for students to be conscious about mediocre of the university, the university achievements on the field... ? Factors that are Important When Considering the Choice of Which to Attend and number: submitted: University selection is one of the key choices in young adult...
Adult Learning in Context - Case Study
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...Adult Learning in Context - Case Study Introduction Even though the concept of learning has only one meaning, it is not necessary that all the peoplehave same abilities in learning a topic properly. Intellectual factors, age factors, social factors, cultural factors, learning methods, styles etc can affect the learning process immensely. The needs of one student may not be relevant to another student. The learning styles of one student need not be the same for another student. Same way, learning occurs differently in different people even if the teacher adopts same learning strategies for all the...
Research Paper: Adult Education
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...adult learner wants his/her experiences to be valued and demands that both assignments and projects be tailored to meet his/her professional experience and extra-curricular responsibilities in that they do not consume too much of the adult learner's time. Should adult learning programs satisfy the stated and, more importantly, should they be tailored towards greater relevance to the learner's professional experiences, not only will the adult student find the program more engaging but he/she will find the support extended to them by their employee, whether educational subsidy or time off for study purposes, justifiable. Proceeding from the above stated, a Department of Education's... Table of Contents...
Adult Education in the 21st Century
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...Adult learning process applies a process called situated learning which tackles activities that are familiar to the learner. Here, the adult students learn through immersion in activities that concern their discipline of study. For instance, engineering and political science students would be required to examine the content and structure of governmental websites. This would enable them study the weaknesses and strengths of government resources that are provided online (Sholes, 2003). Situated learning will aim to achieve various aspects on adults taking learning lessons. Present the students with situations that would... ? Task Introduction Adults involve themselves in learning activities for various...
Adult Students:Meeting the Challenge of a Growing Student Population
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...adult learners; that is, some sort of relaxation (such as adjustment in GPA) is allowed in order for adult learners to compete effectively against traditional ones (Worth & Stephens, 2011). Refresher courses such as college algebra are also provided to students returning after a long time (Worth & Stephens, 2011). Another trend is that adult learners are less comfortable with tech-savvy educational... ?The article, by Worth, Josepha and Stephens, Christopher J. discusses the growth in emerging community colleges across the West, notably the U.S, inlight of contemporary social, demographic and economic environment in the U.S (Worth & Stephens, 2011)(Appendix 1). According to the authors, there has been...
Special Education
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...Adult Learning, n.d, online). This is because, although the adults under instructions have not undergone formal education before, they nonetheless, have a lot of experience in different spheres of life, which they have acquired through informal means. This experience is valuable in learning and it can help to send more light in the formal learning set up. Adult teachers, therefore, respect these experiences and they encourage their adult students to participate actively in class. Another current good practice in the instruction of adult students is the practice of group discussions. Giving adult students an opportunity to discuss and share ideas amongst themselves... ? Adult Education By Henry Mbae Nabea ...
Connecting my teaching style with what adult leraners need to know
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...Adult Learners College Nursing July 29, Teaching Style and the Knowledge Required for Adult Learners There certainly are a number of remarkable attributes by which an effective teacher may be recognized. Based on personal experience as a student, an effective teacher is first of all one who manages to bring across a type of teaching that strategically enables ease of comprehension among the majority of learners. As a flexible educator to a learning adult, an effective teacher makes it a point to improvise tools or innovate techniques which are sensitive to the needs of each student especially when it comes to targeting personal growth in terms... unknown for the benefit not only of improving...
Adult Education in the 21st Century - How Adults Learn
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...Adult learning process applies a process called situated learning which tackles activities that are familiar to the learner. Here, the adult students learn through immersion in activities that concern their discipline of study. For instance, engineering and political science students would be required to examine the content and structure of governmental websites. This would enable them study the weaknesses and strengths of government resources that are provided online (Sholes, 2003). Situated learning will aim to achieve various aspects on adults taking learning lessons. Present the students with situations that would... Task Introduction Adults involve themselves in learning activities for various...
Adult Learning and Diversity (Research Paper)
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...Adult Learning and Diversity Introduction While engaging in adult education one needs to develop measures thatimprove their overall outcome. Teachers work to ensure the existing differences are used to ensure proper knowledge transfer. The differences are identified as diversity. Diversity entails a learning process where individuals appreciate given differences in age, culture, social status and existing learning mechanism. Learners usually ignore the richness in diversity and how it could go a long way in enhancing their general learning concepts. Teaching philosophies vary in nature depending on the teacher’s framework. There need to be a mode of teaching where each student feels involved... ...
Malcolm S. Knowles: Adult Education : Pedagogy vs. Andragogy
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...adult education as well as learning through andragogy could be applied rather than the pedagogy learning practices used by the normal students in the learning process. Knowles (1970) described andragogy as an emerging technology for adult learning. Knowles employed the word theory in his description of andragogy and later explained that, he obtained the term from his European colleagues. Interestingly, Knowles (1970), explained that he was not certain on the assumptions of andragogy and left the correctness of the assumption to be challenged, tested... ? Malcolm S. Knowles: Adult Education: Pedagogy vs. Andragogy Instructions College: Contents Contents 2 0 Introduction 3 1 Research Issues 5 2.0....
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...Adult Sandra Tomchak HRD 4409/5509 Professional Reading& Writing in HRD Idaho State University Dr. Rob Lion 2/24/2014 Summary When reviewing the article “Understanding Career Context as a Key to Best Serving Adult Students,” I discovered that when it comes to motivating adult learners you need to start with a strong professional development plan that makes them excited about their chosen educational path. What should be the career path of students when it comes to professional development? There are five basic categories that the majority of students fit in. They are: (1) nonprofessional positions, (2) career... Article Review (peer-reviewed) Understanding Career Context as a Key to Best Serving...
Does A Significant Correlation Exist Between Academic Persistence And Student Demographics In An Accelerated Adult Education Program At Not A For-Profit Christian Liberal Arts University?
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...adult learners and their preferred learning styles has been introduced to respond to the problems brought about by the traditional degree programs on aged adults. There is a decline in the number of students joining post high school education and those who fail to complete their education. The number of the students who do not complete their education has been estimated at about 40% of the total number of students who enroll to the educational programs (Carey, 2008). This pattern of academic persistence has been linked to the traditional... ? Research Question: Does A Significant Correlation Exist Between Academic Persistence And Demographics In An Accelerated Adult Education Program At Not A For-Profit...
Causes and Effects of stress on college students
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...students. Competition among students can also contribute to stress, as students compete to attain the highest grades. Also, the students who plant to advance to the next level of education-graduate school can exert pressure on themselves as they strain to achieve and maintain high grades. This is also true for students under scholarship programmes who are required to maintain high grades in order to maintain their scholarship funds. For the adult students who go back to school for higher education get more stressed out than the young students without families. They struggle to provide for their families and still pay for their fees... Causes and Effects of stress on college Causes of stress Stress is...
What Is Your Field of Interest?
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...adults learning English as a Second Language (ESL). Community teaching has always been an area of interest that has been gaining my perception over the years. I believe that the increased level of communication that I have gained over the years is going to develop my ability as a teacher and even act as a benefit to impart knowledge to larger masses (Motteram, 2013). Teaching has always encouraged me as I get to communicate with a larger section of the society and even develop my credibility to communicate with the larger mass. Being with students and communicating with them will help me understand the diverse opinions... What Is Your Field of Interest? My field of interest is to become a teacher of...
ADULT LEARNERS
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...students “…carrying on their own discussions” is a distracter in his learning. Fogarty & Pete (2007) pointed out that adult learners like to be focused in the learning process. The interviewee suggested that the teachers should use... Adults Learners – Interview This is an adult learner who is an Aviation Electronics Technician, who in his latter days finds himself to be a mature person to pursue a higher education degree. He is verbal and is adamant of what he wants to pursue and how to go about it. This researcher selected this person because he is ________________. The responses that the interviewee gave were clear and to the point. He did not go around issues. He was sure of what he was saying and v...
Measuring plagiarism: researching what students do, not what they say they do
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...students accepted that they plagiarized in the previous year and nearly half of them stated that they believed plagiarism was not an act of cheating. This study also focused on plagiarism done by students but a large number of reporters and teachers also plagiarize (Mertz, 2004). It has been researched that a large number of students believe that they will not get caught if they plagiarize. Some adult students were shocked when they heard these stories of plagiarism because they completed their education without... Measuring plagiarism: researching what do, not what they say they do Measuring plagiarism: researching what students do, not what they say they do Plagiarism is when an individual takes someone...
Adult Development and Adult Learning
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...students to be handled in a way of showing that they have the capability of self-directed learning. This concept also places a significant value on the experience of the participants because they get into the learning process with the insight grounded on their previous life experience (Wodlinger, 2007). Another assumption of the andragogical model is that the adult participants become ready and eager to learn, when they feel the urge of learning about something that links up with their life experiences or situations... ? Adult Development and Adult Learning Application of Adult Development to Adult Learning Introduction A major element of effective adult learning that is usually ignored is the role of...
Can grading systems influence the motivation of students in further eductaion?
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...adult students are less likely to respond. Chulkov suggests that grades should not be the only student motivation mechanism. Pass/fail grading was proposed as a non-competitive alternative to the traditional letter grading in the mid-1960s. (Michaelides and Kirshner, 2005). It was implemented in many institutions in the hope that it would reduce anxiety and pressure on students. Since the implementation there have been many debates... Can grading systems influence the motivation in further education? The issue of how grades affect motivation is not straightforward. One must first understand the difference between intrinsic and extrinsic motivation, since grades can affect the extrinsic and not the...
Proposal Letter Adult learning
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...adult learners. Question posing in learning processes is an implicit aspect of many modern cognitive psychological theories and parody, which are the psychological parody of action and interacting. Learning and teaching of mathematics, for example, must start with the students’ discourse (dialogical attitude... Proposal Letter: Adult Learning 30/6/15 Re: Problem Posing and Problematization in Adult Learning Dear reader, Iam utterly pleased to present this proposal solely for your review. The main aim of this proposal is to highlight the dual relationships in adult education. These relationships problematically include the relationships between dialogue and actions in adult education. To address this aim ...
Case Study of an Emerging Adult who is a member of the Millennial Generation
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...students of the 21st Century, in today's higher education setting, specifically in the nursing, would benefit from applying its symbolism in the classroom and in their nursing careers. The concepts of technology, discovery, and meeting as one nation group nation are discussed as they relate to nursing education and to Florence's candle of caring. In terms of becoming an adult, Michael Coomes (2011) stated the diversely characterized millennial generation correspondent... ?Topic: Case Study of an Emerging Adult who is a member of the Millennial Generation The emerging adult is a member of the Millennial Generation. Theresearch focuses on the millennial adult learning. The research determines how the...
Case Study of an Emerging Adult who is a member of the Millennial Generation
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...students of the 21st Century, in todays higher education setting, specifically in the nursing, would benefit from applying its symbolism in the classroom and in their nursing careers. The concepts of technology, discovery, and meeting as one nation group nation are discussed as they relate to nursing education and to Florences candle of caring. In terms of becoming an adult, Michael Coomes (2011) stated the diversely characterized millennial generation correspondent... Topic: Case Study of an Emerging Adult who is a member of the Millennial Generation The emerging adult is a member of the Millennial Generation. Theresearch focuses on the millennial adult learning. The research determines how the...
Adult development
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...Adults can rapidly exchange notes and articles using email and skype. Use of IT for adults is the most cost-effective, quickest, and the most objective way of learning for them that suits their tough schedules and busy lifestyles. References: Cordes, S. (2009, Mar. 26). Adult Learners: How IT Can Support “New” Students. Retrieved from http://www.educause.edu/ero/article/adult-learners-how-it-can-support-%E2%80%9Cnew%E2%80%9D-students.... Adult development Learning among adults differs from the learning among juveniles in many ways. While many juveniles approach learning as an unavoidable obligation, adults approach learning as a necessary...
Adult Pedagogy
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...Adult Pedagogy Adult Pedagogy Techniques for college level teaching at a college in the 21st century Introduction Effective teaching in the dynamic world is one of the most challenging careers in the teaching profession. Seeking excellence in this field extends further than basic cognitive issues to deal with non-cognitive needs of both prepared and underprepared students. As economical challenges are encountered by many colleges to implement what is almost an open admissions policy, learners are likely to represent a puzzling diversity of class, racial, and cultural identities. Students will also probably show widely...
Cause and Effect Essay (Returning to College later in life)
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...adults returning to college in order to complete an interrupted educational career, or to begin a new course of education. Adult-learner enrollment is now an accepted part of any educational institution. According to statistics provided by the US Department of Labor, adult learners over age 24 currently comprise about 44 percent of U.S. postsecondary students (ETA paper). This re-entry of adult students, or ‘non-traditional students’, shows every indication of continuing to increase over the coming decade. These returning adult students, who opt for part-time or full-time study, largely continue... Back to College: The Causes. A current trend in the educational scene is the increasing numbers of adults...
Adult development
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...Adult Development Adult Development Androgyny and psychosocial development among college and adults. Alan S. Waterman, Trenton State College, and Susan Krauss Whitbourne, University of Rochester. Journal of Personality Introduction The article majors on the relationship between androgyny and psychological development among college students and adults in view of personality. Androgyny means the presence of male and female characteristics not only sexually but behavioral and in dressing. The purpose of this study was to discover any advantages of androgyny through application of life span theory of...
Cause and Effect Essay (Returning to College later in life)
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...adults returning to college in order to complete an interrupted educational career, or to begin a new course of education. Adult-learner enrollment is now an accepted part of any educational institution. According to statistics provided by the US Department of Labor, adult learners over age 24 currently comprise about 44 percent of U.S. postsecondary students (ETA paper). This re-entry of adult students, or ‘non-traditional students’, shows every indication of continuing to increase over the coming decade. These returning adult students, who opt for part-time or full-time study, largely continue... Back to College: The Causes. A current trend in the educational scene is the increasing numbers of adults...
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