It’s a well-known fact: Adult educators tend to be generous, dedicated and motivated to meet their students’ needs. However, some educators don’t pause to examine the true impact of their hard work. As an adult educator, reflecting on your work
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Teaching is a complex process, particularly when the learners are adults. Another complication is teaching in an online environment. It can be difficult to traverse the endless teaching methods out there, find the most effective ones to engage your adult
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Whether classes are conducted online or in-person, getting learners to participate can be challenging. Hybrid classes prove a different kind of challenge. These allow learners to enjoy the convenience of online classes combined with the richer, more in-depth learning experience
With more classes than ever being conducted online, educators face new challenges to make the virtual space as engaging and inviting as possible. In the absence of physical activity, it makes sense that there should be a greater emphasis on