Principle 2: Adults Need to Learn in Their Own Way There are three general learning styles for providing information: visual, auditory, and kinesthetic or tactile. Visual learners rely on pictures. “Show me,” is their motto. You can best communicate with them by providing handouts, graphs, diagrams, illustrations, and writing on the white board. Put a one‐word or short‐phrase answer to each of your questions in each of the boxes. Either at the end or at intervals during your presentation, ask one or more of the 25 questions. Have participants find the answers on their cards either individually or in pairs or twinkx.xyz Size: KB.
Jun 16, · Create a visual element to accompany the lesson and attempt to weave interactivity throughout. When content has an emotional connection to adult students, they will pay more attention to the lesson. Encourage Exploration. Traditional student populations enjoy being taught, but adult learners would prefer to explore a topic on their own. How to Captivate and Motivate Adult Learners: A Guide for Instructors Providing In-Person Public Health Training Author: HHS Subject: How to Captivate and Motivate Adult Learners: A Guide for Instructors Providing In-Person Public Health Training Keywords: CS B Created Date: 12/13/ PM.
Sep 25, · Create learning activities that are task-based or that emphasize problem-solving. This article on the Task Analysis for Job Training will help. Provide training that the learner can immediately transfer to completing a task or solving a problem in his or her work. Apr 17, · Providing these learners with a combination of information in a variety of verbal ways can assist their learning, for example, they may initially read about a concept, afterwards they listen to an audio to support what has been read, then they write notes and finally they partner up with someone and discuss the topic. 4. Social learners.