Learning in new concepts

Adult learning is different from learning of children. So because adults have more experience teaching practices to meet the needs of an adult nature. There is a need to know. Principles of adult education, which Knowles (Knowles, 1980) The Education of adults said Ann Drago G (Andragogy) and other insurance contracts Meet Forum (2542) defined it as “the art and science of. helping adults to learn “, which consists of 1) conceptions of learning (Self-concept) adults with growth characteristics. Both physically and mentally. High maturity. Conceptions of the self. The development of dependence on others to lead themselves. Of one’s own 2) The experience of learning (Experience) adults are much more maturity. Has extensive experience as a valuable source of learning. While the basic openness to learning new things 3) readiness to learn (Readiness) adults are ready to learn. When you feel that something is a “must” for their role and social status, and 4) learning orientation (Orientation to learning) is based on the adult learning center. Towards the knowledge to use it.

How to teach the principles of adult education, adult (Andragogy).
Theory, Ann Drago G (Andragogy) of the Calgary Normal Knowles has set up the way the teaching adults (Malcolm S. Knowles, 1980).

Conceptions of the learner (Self – concept) include

Creating a learning environment.
Analysis needs to be learned.
Joint planning.
The learning experience for the students.
Evaluation of learning.

Learning experience (Experience) include

The importance of experience is a technique in teaching.
The importance of practical experience 3. Learning experience.

Readiness to learn (Readiness) include

Time to learn.
Grouping students.

Learning orientation (Orientation to learning).

Approach to adult learning.
Ways of learning, of course.
The design of the learning experience.

Theory, Ann Drago G (Andragogy) of the Calgary Normal Knowles is beneficial to the learning of adults. One way to help in the teaching and learning activities in accordance with the nature of the adult.