Adult Learning (Independent Study)

1 module


Course Length
4 hours

Brandy Bixler

26 May 2021

$0 - 40


When developing learning experiences for adults, it’s important to consider that adult learning needs differ from children’s. Adults have divided attention and divided time. They are best motivated when they see how professional development is relevant to their professional lives, and they are most engaged when they feel their personal contributions matter to the group.



In this course, you will learn the theories and assertions to consider when working with adult learners. You'll also learn principles that can guide the development, selection, or implementation of a professional development course.


By completing/passing this course, you will attain the certificate Teacher Quality Certificate

Learning Credits

Adult Learning (Independent Study)
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Added about 1 month ago, by Anonymous
Great information!
Added 2 months ago, by Robin
Added 2 months ago, by Jennifer
Good information
Added 3 months ago, by Anonymous
Great Information and resources
Added 3 months ago, by Amy
This course was excellent and really gave me lots of information and ideas to help with adult learning experiences. The only minor thing I found was it went into coaching/mentoring and CLTs/PLCs, which are related but not exclusively adult learning experiences like classes, courses, professional development sessions, etc. Overall, well worth my time, nicely organized, and excellent videos, articles, and resources.
Added 3 months ago, by Elsie
This is an interesting topic. I'd like to know more about it.
Added 3 months ago, by Maureen
Good info for team facilitation.
Added 3 months ago, by Shelly
Thanks, how do I get a certificate?
Added 4 months ago, by Anonymous
Great strategies for working with adult learners.
Added 4 months ago, by Amy
The course utilized the components needed to highlight how to incorporate Adult Learning Theory in planning for presentations.

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