As an adult learner, you should be aware of the different types of evaluation that can be used to assess your progress in a program. These include basic principles, informal built-in evaluation, and formal evaluation. Each has its own strengths and weaknesses, so it's important to understand all three before making a decision about which one to use.
- Learning on one's own initiative and at one's own speed.
- Learning has the power to transform your worldview, and vice versa.
- Experiential learning: emphasizes gaining real-world experience or "hands-on" learning.
- Mentoring: Gaining knowledge from an external (established) mentor in a particular subject.
- Adults need to redefine their feelings and preconceived notions about the experience and importance of learning.
- Children are driven to learn by their parents and the law; adults are frequently driven internally.
- When a kid reaches a particular age, they are ready to learn (for example, to read or know the basics of math), while adults have already gone through this development and must rely on prior experience or life events to generate a newfound readiness.
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