Adult Learner Autobiography 4 This manner of instruction was able to provide immediate feedback. Mistakes or missing steps were quickly addressed and corrected. A previous assignment in this current course tested me high on the visual and sequential learning styles. Adult Learner Autobiography ADED The Adult Learner East Carolina University Jason Clabaugh Dr. Kathy Lohr September 10, 2 I have had many experiences as an adult for learning to occur. Some would even say that I had to be an adult before my time because I have a slight disability. As a result, I have always had to work twice as hard.
Autobiography; Autobiography. My name is Kristie Krisher and I have been working in the early childhood field for the past 23 years. I have a bachelor’s degree in Child and Youth Care and I hope to one day be an Early Childhood Education Instructor. Journey of an Adult Learner Create a free website or blog at facialxx.xyz Jas Chahal's. Adult learning opportunities I took advantage of and those I passed up. EADU Paper 1. UGA Adult Education Graduate Program.
Autobiography My name is Michael Smith and I was born on the 30th of August, in Long Beach, California. My parents were Eddie Smith and Joan Smith. Both of my parents are deceased. My mom died at the age of 57 in from lung cancer which was the result of smoking her whole lifetime. This article problematizes the role of autobiographical narratives in adult learning and suggests that the life histories produced by adult learners in our classrooms are, in important senses, fict.