Five Critical Elements of Any Adult Education Program Adult learners who enroll in programs at a college or university expect an outstanding experience in the classroom and are willing to pay the higher associated costs. Through their professionalism and expertise in sharing their knowledge, course instructors validate the adult learner’s. 3. Understanding of Adult Learners Planning effective programs and services and helping adult learners succeed require a clear understanding of adult learners’ needs and expectations and how adults learn. Andragogy, a theory of adult learning, makes assumptions about adult learners and the design of adult learning (Knowles, et al., 2005).
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