Ronald D Moore

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Adult Learning

Adults learn differently from children. Adults must be motivated to learn new and different things. If there is no motivation, perceived value, or benefit for them to learn new ideas or processes, they will not make the effort to apply them. No matter the setting or type of training, unless an adult student can see directly how they will use the new materials, procedures or methods in their day to day lives, they will not retain information provided and resist changes.


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