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This book is not yet featured on Listopia. This dr wasn’t written for people who want to get better in educating adult learners. It was written for other academics. This book is worthy of two stars – it was okay – only because I was able to learn a few things that could help me in my classrooms for corporate training. A handful of chapters in the middle of the book and a couple at the end had the most relevant and accessible andragogai for people who are actual educators like myself.
Andragogia – El Aprendizaje de Los Adultos
For the rest of the book, most of it was filled with This book wasn’t written for people who want to get better in educating adult learners. For the rest of the book, most of it was filled with esoteric ideas, academic jargon, high level theories with little information for practical application, and convoluted paragraphs seemingly aimed at impressing other scholars. Early on in this book, when the author discussed a convention attended by philosophers to answer four key questions about adult education and learning, I actually burst out laughing when the author declared the academics left without being able to answer anything.
It’s items like this that make me shy away from scholastic books such as this one. For those looking to improve their ability to educate and train adult learners, I would try to look for resources from actual teachers and trainers who share what they do to be successful. From there, one can try to emulate and improve upon these suggestions and see if it works with their personality, strengths, and particular classroom environment. It is so difficult to read textbooks!!
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