The International Journal of Adult Education and Technology (IJAET) provides a global look at educational technologies for adult learners in higher education with content drawing from theory, research, practice, individual experience, and insight by leading scholars, theorists, and . In adult learning settings, technology is frequently used to complement instruction and extend learning. In adult basic education, for example, a learner might use a piece of software to practice a weak or underdeveloped skill area that has been the focus of classroom instruction (ibid).
Journal of Adult Education Volume 41, Number 2, Technology, Learning, and Individual Differences Anne A. Ghost Bear Abstract The learning needs for adults that result from the constant increase in technology are rooted in the adult learning concepts of (a) andragogy, (b) self-directed learning, (c) learning-how-to-learn, (d) real-life. Journal of Adult Education, v41 n2 p The learning needs for adults that result from the constant increase in technology are rooted in the adult learning concepts of (a) andragogy, (b) self-directed learning, (c) learning-how-to-learn, (d) real-life learning, and (e) learning xxvoyeur.xyz by:
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