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Describe briefly one learning experience in which you served as a facilitator that you believe was effective for your adult learners. Explain why this was effective in terms of one or more LEARNING THEORIES.

Describe one learning experience in which you served as a facilitator that you believe was ineffective for your adult learners. Explain why this was ineffective in terms of one or more LEARNING THEORIES.

I also need help finding two Internet sources on adult/online education and writing a brief synopsis of each.

I need help finding three "primary" sources (scholarly articles within the last five years) and one "secondary" source on adult/online education and writing a brief synopsis of each.

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Describe briefly one learning experience in which you served as a facilitator that you believe was effective for your adult learners. Explain why this was effective in terms of one or more LEARNING THEORIES.

The learning theory that is most appropriate and effective for adult learners in my experiences has been constructivism. Adult learners are not passive learners but are active and play an instrumental and constructive role in the learner process as the person actively constructs their own subjective representations to the teacher as an information constructor, which is the premise of this theory.

Describe one learning experience in which you served as a facilitator that you believe was ineffective for your adult learners. Explain why this was ineffective in terms of one or more LEARNING THEORIES.

Behaviorism is a theory that is ineffective for adult learners because it assumes that the learner is passive and begins with a clean slate, which doesn't enable the wealth of experience possessed by adult learners ...

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The expert describes one learning experience in which you served as a facilitator that you believe was effective for your adult learners.

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