Planning Instruction for Adult Learners
For over 10 years this book has been a widely used text in college and university courses on teaching adults and is regarded an essential reference work in the field. Now, a new edition refines and expands the principles of instructional design and adult education, combining the practical with the theoretical. Educators in any settitng, including university or college, industry or business and evening or leisure courses, will find detailed procedures to plan instruction for adults. It includes the identification of learning characteristics relevant to planning instruction; clear guidelines for writing objectives for and with learners; techniques for sequencing topics in logical order; a survey of methods for different kinds of learning and how to select them; an overview of instructional materials and when to use them; strategies for giving students good feedback; technical advice on how to construct appropriate tests; and a framework and procedures for evaluating instruction.
Specifications of Planning Instruction for Adult Learners
|Publisher||Wall & Emerson, Inc.|
|Number Of Pages||242|
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