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Adult Learning Theory
Clawson, James G. Technical Note PHA-0047 / Published April 2, 1997 / 12 pages.
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This note summarizes several modern theories of adult learning, including the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator, Neurolinguistic Programming, and the theories of Malcolm Knowles, David Kolb, and Gib Akin. The note can be used as an introduction to adult learning in a doctoral seminar on pedagogy and invites readers to be aware of adult learning styles in preparing for and teaching their classes.

  • Overview

    This note summarizes several modern theories of adult learning, including the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator, Neurolinguistic Programming, and the theories of Malcolm Knowles, David Kolb, and Gib Akin. The note can be used as an introduction to adult learning in a doctoral seminar on pedagogy and invites readers to be aware of adult learning styles in preparing for and teaching their classes.

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