Adult Learning

CTA-1003 Credit

Within the Adult Learning course students are provided practical insight on key adult learning theories. Students examine the characteristics of adult learners that affect learning, explore the emotional, cognitive, social and physical aspects of learning, study a variety of learning cycles, and identify their own preferred learning style. Finally, this course introduces strategies and models of facilitation to accommodate the variety of ways in which adults prefer to learn.

Online Sections

Section 72
November 2, 2020
$423.19

Duration: 15 Weeks

Textbooks

There is no textbook listed for this course currently, but this is subject to change. Please be sure to check the course outline when you first log in to the course.

Please note: There may be required software or other resources for this course. Please be sure to check the course outline when you first log in to the course.


Host Course Code: DU-TEAC1980
Host Course Name: Adult Learning

Section 73
December 1, 2020
$423.19

Duration: 15 Weeks

Textbooks

There is no textbook listed for this course currently, but this is subject to change. Please be sure to check the course outline when you first log in to the course.

Please note: There may be required software or other resources for this course. Please be sure to check the course outline when you first log in to the course.


Host Course Code: DU-TEAC1980
Host Course Name: Adult Learning

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