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  • Nov 27, 2012

    Novel Concept: Reward Good Behavior to Get More of It

    NYT columnist David Brooks reminds us of a key adult education basic: Rewarding good behavior works better than punishing bad behavior....More
  • Mar 11, 2012

    Adult learning: fallout from an increasingly secular society?

    Today's Boston Globe had an interesting tidbit called What What Religions are Good At that I found fascinating. It talks about a new book by Alain de Botton called Religion for Atheists, in which the author argues that one doesn't have to believe in a ......More
  • Sep 19, 2011

    Teaching to different learning styles a matter of debate

    I've been to many sessions at industry conferences that teach about different learning styles (visual, auditory, kinesthetic, tactile), and I do believe that different people may learn best in different ways. But the problem that always brings up for ......More
  • Jun 14, 2007

    Using good adult education principles for meetings

    I've never understood why more meetings (or all meetings, for that matter) don't incorporate good adult education principles. If you're as adamant as I am that meetings actually are about learning, check out these articles: Education Grows Up ......More
  • Apr 1, 2007

    Watch and learn

    Here's an interesting study for those among us interested in adult education: Watching With Intent To Repeat Ignites Key Learning Area Of Brain. A snip: As detailed in the Dec. 20 issue of the Journal of Neuroscience, researchers, using functional ......More
  • Oct 5, 2005

    Adult learning book reviews

    This post courtesy of Anne Taylor-Vaisey: Here are two book reviews from the November issue of Adult Education Quarterly. Free full text is available By subscription. Book Review: The Power of Critical Theory: Liberating Adult Learning and Teaching ......More

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