Month: March 2016

Factoring multigenerational learning processes into training programs can be difficult. Encouraging innovation in training programs in order to reach all age groups should be considered a must for adult learning and development teams; but it can be difficult to create …

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When it comes to teaching adult learners, it’s all about motivation. An adult has chosen to learn, and needs to remember why they are undertaking a qualification in order to remain motivated. Engaging them through the work and promoting active …

Motivating and Engaging Adult Learners Read More »

The fundamental principles of learning suggest that at its most basic, learning occurs when observing other’s behaviours and the resulting outcomes of those behaviours. Observation and mimicking are the first forms of learning as a child. A child cannot learn …

Learning is a Social Experience Read More »

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