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Cleveland State University Course Info

Cleveland, Ohio


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ALD 664

Teaching Methods for Adult Learners

An elective course for graduate students. Participants will focus on teaching strategies, group methods, and factors that influence ways in which adults respond to and participate in learning activities. Relevant concepts, principles, and theories concerning adult education are analyzed and applied to teaching methodology. Emphasis is placed on the practical application of instructional strategies for planning and conducting educational experiences for adult learners.

Units: 3.0

ALD 645 - Organizational Learning and Change
ALD 607 - Adult Education in a Changing Society
ALD 605 - Adult Learning & Development Theories and Practice
EDB 601 - Educational Research