The purpose of this assignment was to get a better understanding on what the average person thinks of the term Adult Education. I randomly selected eight people to interview outside a mall. I started by asking them if they had time to answer a few questions for a research paper I was conducting on Adult Education. I then commenced my interview with the following questions 1. What do you think of when you hear the words, Adult Education 2. Why do most people attend Adult Education 3. Where is most Adult Education carried out 4. What would be considered an example of Adult Education 5. What experiences have you had with Adult Education 6. Who benefits most from Adult Education, and why 7. What are some expectations of Adult Education Background The premise of this assignment is that people have many interpretations on the meaning of Adult Education and how it relates to their personal lives and the new societal changes and norms on this topic. I ascertained this through random interviews. I interviewed eight people, five females and three males, ranging from age 17 to 59. Their occupations varied from student, Military background to even a Federal Police Officer, and they were from different nationalities and ethnic origins. Comparison There are several differences between the youngest interviewee a seventeen year old high school student of hispanic decent, who believed that adult education referred to people who had drop out of school and needed to pursue a General Education Development (GED), where as interviewee number four, a female, caucasian, Auditor, with a Graduate degree, expressed that Adult education is a life long experience. By comparing their interpretations to what adult education meant to them and my thoughts on the subject, it revealed how age is a factor on how we define Adult Education. I, being a middle age woman, also believe like interviewee number four that Adult Education is a life long experience, we never stop learning. Whether its through a formal classroom or online course to an informal mode, we are contantly absorbing knowledge. Although there are many interpretations as to why someone may choose to attend adult education classes, I found that eighty-six percent of the adults interviewed stated that Adult Education leads to better paying jobs, greater personal satisfaction and a means to get ahead in life. Seventyone percent said there are a myriad of benefits to Adult Education such as providing people with the ability to compete for better, higher-paying and more highly skilled jobs. Most of the interviewees believed that most education is carried out in college campuses and classroom settings, this thought process surprised me, because with the amount of research the average American conducts (Self-directed learning) on computers, cells and other such technologies, I would have thought they would have said that most Adult Education is carried out at home or on their own free time. As Malcolm S. Knowles, a very influential figure in the adult education field, stated that self-directed learning arises anytime a person takes the responsibility for ones own learning (Knowles, 1984). Adults traverse through a myriad of challenges in their lives, from personal relationships, launching careers, raising children, and working various jobs over their life span in order to obtain self-fulfillment. Adult Education plays a critical role in achieving self-worth. As I went through the interviews I found an underlying link between Adult Education and self-fulfillment. Many returned to school to achieve this, because their work, promotion and even economic status depended on it. They wanted to be more marketable, as interviewee number five stated, and to find validation among their co-workers, supervisors and even themselves. In todays society, it is believed that education is important to a more satiating and useful existence. Fast
PSY202: Adult Development and Life Assessment
Self-Regulation and Willpower
Instructions: Use this worksheet to reflect on self-regulation and willpower. Items with a blue
asterisk require completion (*).
1. Summarize the main ideas from the video and article in one paragraph each.
A. Video – “The Science of Willpower: An Interview with Kelly McGonigal”*
In this video Kelly McGonigal speaks about what willpower is to her and gives examples of what
it could be. Kelly also speaks about reaching goals…
Enabling Learning and Assessment
By Faisal Ayub
1. Introduction 3
2. Essay: How assessment and feedback fit into my own teaching practice 4
3. Report on two assessment activities 10
4. Report’s support documentation 12
5. Observation of one assessment activity 13
6. Reflective account 14
7. References 16
The aim of this unit is to reflect upon, justify and evaluate my own assessment…
as personal information we can see the previous qualification and grades we can also see then if the learner is applying for the right level of course. After the application form is processed the learner will be invited in for an interview, the relevance of an interview is to meet the learner face to face, get an idea of character, to see references / certificates of qualifications, special disability requirements and to answer any question the learner or interviewee may have.
The next step is…
that these symptoms continue into adulthood for about 60% of children with ADHD. That translates into 4% of the US adult population, or 8 million adults. However, few adults are identified or treated for adult ADHD. The following behaviors and problems may stem directly from ADHD or may be the result of related adjustment difficulties:
Adults with ADHD may have difficulty following directions, remembering information, concentrating, organizing tasks or completing…
Your path for most effective learning is through knowing...
Succeeding in continuing education
Continuing education can seem like a strange, new world...
Learning, for visual-spatial learners, takes place all at once...
Learning as a student-athlete or student-performer
Indicators of a "kinesthetic intelligence" or body smarts...
Learning as an adult
Does higher education seem like a foreign culture to you?
Learning with ADHD
You are not alone if you have attention-deficit…
Unit 8 Brief 2
There are six different psychological approaches within the psychology sector. I have talked about all six of these in my previous assignment P1. I am now going to explain the different psychological approaches involved in a health practice. The six different psychological approaches are; Behaviourist Perspective, Social Learning Theory, Psychodynamic Perspective, Humanistic Perspective, Cognitive Perspective and finally the Biological Perspective.
The Behaviorist Perspective…
initial sections, 1 for each interview, which summarise the two conversations. Two examples of how you might handle this part of the assignment follow:
Example 1: Albert was born in Malaysia in 1926 to a poor family. From the age of five he was moved from one foster home to another. When Albert was fourteen he was forced to work on a rubber plantation. In his late teens Albert was located by his relatives and moved with them to Singapore where he completed his education.
In 1948, Albert moved to…
J. of Acc. Ed. 31 (2013) 350–362
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J. of Acc. Ed.
journal homepage: www.elsevier.com/locate/jaccedu
Teaching and educational notes
The budgetary interview: Intentional learning
for students in governmental and non-proﬁt
Larita Killian ⇑
Division of Business, Indiana University-Purdue University Columbus (IUPUC), 4601 Central Avenue, Columbus, IN 47203, USA
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Educational Assessment Assignment
Sarah T. Duque
Farmingdale State College
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Educational Assessment Assignment 3
Readiness to Learn 5
Educational Assessment Assignment
It is a nurse’s duty to educate patients and families in order to promote health and wellness. There are several contributing factors that make this process both challenging and rewarding. Educational…
Bachelor of Education, Early Childhood
Pedagogy and Play (Birth to 5 years)
Unit lecturer or tutor
Design, conduct and report on interviews with parents
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