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This course explores the current and future directions in learning and adult education, focusing on successful techniques for developing relevant and effective adult-oriented educational programs and the practical application of adult learning theory. Topics include dealing with the diversity of adult learning styles, developing dynamic instructional strategies, and using learning retention techniques. The course will also cover the educational requirements for entering the field, and information for those who are preparing to teach at the community college level.

  • NOTE  Requirement for Post-Secondary Instruction Emphasis in the Teaching Adult Learners Certificate. Students must enroll prior to the first day of class. Prerequisites are EDUC 30989/40989 & EDUC 30990/40990. Previously offered as EDUC 30053.

  • COURSE NUMBER  EDUC-40097
  • CREDIT  3.00 unit(s)


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