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Outcome Based Strategies For Adult Learning

Author : Jones, Janice E.
ISBN : 9781522557135
Genre : Education
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The definition of education and learning has been changing in recent years, as the field experienced, and is still experiencing, many changes. One of those changes is a rise in adult learners in higher education. In order to cope with this particular change and set their classrooms up for success, it is vital for educators to be aware of and fluent in adult instructional strategies. Outcome-Based Strategies for Adult Learning provides emerging research exploring the theoretical and practical aspects of nontraditional education and applications within curriculum development and instructional design. Featuring coverage on a broad range of topics such as experiential learning, instructional design, and formative assessment, this book is ideally designed for educators, academicians, educational professionals, researchers, and upper-level students seeking current research on how instructional strategies can be tied to assessment.
Category: Education

Strategies And Digital Advances For Outcome Based Adult Learning

Author : Janice E Jones
ISBN : 1799847489
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Education has faced massive changes in recent years and is currently undergoing even more radical developments, especially with the shift towards using digital technologies and tools in the classroom. In addition, the introduction of many new nontraditional strategies for learning has changed the face of education. Within higher education specifically, adult learners have seen a rise in these changes and must adapt to the new strategies at hand. Similarly, adult educators must cope with these new instructional strategies to create optimal learning environments and classrooms that promote success for adult learners. With the need for educators to be aware of these new digital advancements and teaching strategies, it is vital for outcome-based learning to be studied in the context of incorporating educational technologies and new learning techniques. Strategies and Digital Advances for Outcome-Based Adult Learning discusses the latest advancements in adult learning as well as learning assessments to identify adult learner success. It adds to the pertinent research with an update of new information, tools, tips, and techniques for working with the adult learner in the modern educational environment. By highlighting a broad range of topics such as instructional design, experiential learning, formative assessments, competency-based education, and more, this book is ideally designed for teachers, administrators, curriculum developers, instructional designers, academicians, educational professionals, researchers, and upper-level students seeking current research on instructional design and outcome-based learning for adult learners.
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Creating A Framework For Dissertation Preparation Emerging Research And Opportunities

Author : Moffett, Noran L.
ISBN : 9781522597094
Genre : Education
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The dissertation processes across various disciplines are considered complicated, tedious, and confusing. The professional community of scholars have contributed monumental works on methodology for specific disciplines; however, none have comprehensively created a framework which addresses these issues. Creating a Framework for Dissertation Preparation: Emerging Research and Opportunities is a critical research publication that provides relevant lived experiences and frameworks from across various disciplines that support theoretical frameworks and conceptual frameworks of the dissertation process. Featuring a range of topics such as criminal justice, information security, and professional development, this book is ideal for graduate program administrators, deans, department chairs, professionals, dissertation advisors, educators, administrators, academicians, and researchers.
Category: Education

Developing Adult Learners

Author : Kathleen Taylor
ISBN : UOM:39015049541249
Genre : Education
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2001 Winner of the Phillip E. Frandson Award for Literature in Continuing Education "An absolutely indispensable trove of practical, concrete ideas for teaching and training adults. Enough theorizing and mythologizing! This is the real stuff!" —Laurent A. Parks Daloz, associate director, the Whidbey Institute, and author of Mentor: Guiding the Journey of Adult Learners "This book gives us educators and trainers of adults a solid framework for intentionally incorporating into our practice what we believe to be a central tenet of what we do—help learners develop and change." —Rosemary S. Caffarella, professor, Division of Educational Leadership and Policy Studies, University of Northern Colorado, and coauthor of Learning in Adulthood: A Comprehensive Guide Today's adult educators recognize that it is no longer sufficient for teachers to teach and trainers to train. This practical guide shows how to encourage learning and development while helping adult learners to become more aware of their personal growth and change. It not only offers a rationale for focusing on the experience and development of adult learners, but also presents a theoretical and conceptual framework of the intentions that guide educators. The authors provide nearly seventy instructional activities--some of which can be done in a single session and others that can be done in a series of sessions or an entire course. These flexible activities are organized according to their focus on a particular learning strategy. No matter the content or setting, readers can select any activity and customize it to suit their developmental and instructional objectives. Most important, Developing Adult Learners highlights the compelling voices of teachers and students who have discovered the excitement of growing and changing through learning. It is full of pragmatic advice for faculty members, part-time instructors, workplace educators, leadership trainers, and anyone dedicated to helping adult learners achieve rich and rewarding experiences.
Category: Education

Teaching Strategies For Outcomes Based Education

Author : Roy Killen
ISBN : STANFORD:36105110487316
Genre : Education
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Based on the philosophy that teachers need to be reflective practitioners who make deliberate choices in order to maximize student learning, this book draws on a wide range of research and the practical experiences of many teachers to construct an easily understandable and practical guide to effective outcomes-based teaching. A variety of teaching strategies is covered, including direct instruction, discussion, small group work, cooperative learning, and problem solving. Every strategy is described in general terms, with advantages, limitations, and guidelines for planning lessons based on the strategy.
Category: Education

Adult Learning

Author : Sarah Gravett
ISBN : CORNELL:31924105779668
Genre : Adult learning
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Category: Adult learning

Workforce Education Forum

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ISBN : MINN:31951P00899637L
Genre : Vocational education
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Category: Vocational education

A Guide To Online Course Design

Author : Tina Stavredes
ISBN : 9781118462669
Genre : Education
File Size : 68.65 MB
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A Guide to Online Course Design offers faculty and professional staff a practical and easy-to-follow model for creating exceptional online courses that focuses on quality standards in instructional design, transparency in learning outcomes, and learner persistence. A comprehensive resource, the book includes effective, research-based instructional strategies to motivate online learners and help them become more self-directed. A Guide to Online Course Design emphasizes quality standards and removing barriers to learners’ persistence, which ensures online courses meet the needs of online learners as well as distance education initiatives. “All faculty members and course designers, regardless of experience level, content background, or technology skills, can benefit from applying the approaches defined in this book. The authors have imparted a wealth of knowledge that can improve the quality of any online class and I highly recommend this book for all those involved with online learning.” - Anton G. Camarota, faculty, University of Denver “Anyone involved in developing online courses should read this book! Packed with great insights and the research to back them up, Stavredes and Herder guide readers with practical information that will support online course development.” - Brenda Boyd, director of professional development and consulting, Quality Matters Program “The blend of theory and application makes A Guide to Online Course Design and indispensable resource for any professional seeking to create high quality, outcomes-based learning experiences. I loved the action steps that close each chapter, as they lead the reader through the entire process of course design from analysis to implementation.” - Kathe Kacheroski, dean of curriculum and instruction, Rasmussen College
Category: Education

Minnesota Biennial Budget

Author : Minnesota. Office of the Governor
ISBN : PSU:000033769844
Genre : Budget
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Category: Budget

Adult Leadership

Author :
ISBN : UOM:39015035871873
Genre : Leadership
File Size : 83.43 MB
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Category: Leadership

Outcome Based Massage

Author : Carla-Krystin Andrade
ISBN : UOM:39015076178196
Genre : Medical
File Size : 60.96 MB
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Written for physical therapists, massage therapists and occupational therapists, this text introduces an evidence-based clinical reasoning process for incorporating massage into therapeutic practice. The authors instruct readers in how to identify impairments, select and apply appropriate massage techniques, and integrate massage with other treatments. The book integrates a wide variety of techniques into a single problem-solving format consistent with the APTA's "Guide to Physical Therapist Practice". This Second Edition includes step-by-step examples of massage sequences and features superb photographic illustrations, boxes, charts, figures, and clinical examples. The companion website contains approximately 70 video clips that show how to perform many of the techniques and sequences illustrated in the book.
Category: Medical

Annual Report

Author : South Africa. Department of Education
ISBN : STANFORD:36105119778251
Genre : Education
File Size : 65.14 MB
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Category: Education

Fuszard S Innovative Teaching Strategies In Nursing

Author : Arlene J. Lowenstein
ISBN : UOM:39015050017857
Genre : Nursing
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Gives nurse educators, as well as educators in other health professions, in-depth and interdisciplinary information needed to prepare for today's teaching environment. Coverage encompasses critical thinking in nursing education, humor in the classroom, reflective practice, patient simulation, mentorship, and students with low literacy skills. This
Category: Nursing