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ALE 710 - Adult Learning: Theory and Practice

Understanding adult learning begins with considering its historical and theoretical roots, and current and past methods. This course focuses on the theoretical and philosophical foundations, approaches, assumptions, lived experiences, theories, and applications that has given voice to adult learning as a vibrant field of study and its efficacy in diverse adult educational and professional settings. Learners will apply the vast literature on adult learning theory and practice to real-world scenarios in various workforce and educational settings.

Credit Hours: 3.00

Course Fees: $0.00

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