Adult Learning & Nutrition Education

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10 Questions - Developed by: Maria Bailey - Developed on: - 2.388 taken

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    Adults learn the same as young students so it is important to use the same approach in teaching.
  • 2
    Adults are typically life-centered (task-centered, problem-centered) in their orientation to learning.
  • 3
    The most powerful motivators for adults are external motivators such as higher salaries and/or a better job.
  • 4
    Educational games should only be used when teaching young learners.
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    Games, simulations, and role-play are each a type of a teaching and learning style referred to as Problem-Based Learning.
  • 6
    Working adults who remain motivated and who have persisted in order to complete a college education find themselves in a state of transition.
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    College-educated adults are less likely than others to be open to differing views of others.
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    Adults want to know why they need to learn something before undertaking learning.
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    In Role-Play, situations do not need to be realistic and relevant.
  • 10
    Lectures should be used in 15- to 20-minute sections in which active learning activities are spaced in-between each section.

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