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Using a Needs Assessment to Build Relevance

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After posting Motivation in Adult Education yesterday, I got an email from a reader who pointed out that it’s important to provide information that the learners need, and that’s not always easy when they’re sent to a required class by a supervisor. And I have to say that I fully agree. This is part of […]

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Motivation in Adult Education

One of the most important topics for educators to understand is learner motivation. While it’s certainly a concern for any teacher, it’s especially important for those of us who teach adults, for a few different reasons. First, in many situations, adults have chosen to be in our classes. Even when someone is taking a required […]

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