No matter how well designed your activity is, though, adult education theory also tells us that a one-time event is seldom enough to make learning stick. Think about how you can continue engaging your learners after the fact. For example: • Ask them to make a commitment to change. Literature suggests that the simple task of writing something you will do after participating in a learning event increases the probability you will actually do it. Geissel presented a summary of 12 ...
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