"It's been said that we start school with a question mark and end it with a period," says Barbara Glanz, president of Barbara Glanz Communications, Western Springs, Ill. Somewhere between school and adulthood, most people's curiosity is stifled. They become passive listeners. When teaching adults, the key is to revive that curious spirit, to get them to question and, ultimately, to take action. The following adult learning techniques will help spark that childlike curiosity: Before the ...

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