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The viewpoints on Malcolm Knowles' theories of learning and teaching, Andragogy in practice, the premise of individuals, new perspectives on Andragogy, individual differences in adult learners, and the future of Andragogy. 200 words.

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Brief viewpoints on Malcolm Knowles' theories of learning and teaching are briefly offered with references.

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As you summarize Knowles' theories of learning and teaching and some basic premises of Andragogy in practice, Knowles emphasizes the learner as an individual and his or her needs to know or master the content. The student's sense of self or self-concept ...

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