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Educational differences of early learners in comparison to adult learners

What are the differences between analyzing the instructional needs of a learner in a traditional K-12 school versus analyzing the instructional needs of a working adult in a corporate or higher education setting? What areas of needs analysis might be similar?

How might Bloom's Taxonomy be used to ensure that the identified instructional needs will be addressed during the instruction,what are some examples?

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Analyzing the instructional needs of pedagogical learners and andragogy learners is entirely different. K-12 learners have needs that are different from adult learners because of the life experience of adult learners and the fact that adult learners have cultivated years of studying habits, educational tools, and experience in regard to how they learn. Therefore, when developing instructional needs for adult learners, the teacher must ensure that they treat adult learners as equals instead of pupils as many have more experience in their ...

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The educational differences of early learners in comparisons to adult learners are provided. How Bloom's taxonomy can be used to ensure that the identified instructional needs are given.

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