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A Narrative Literature Review: Knowles, Lave Wegner, Jarvis, Piaget, Ormond Theories Needed to Facilitate Adult Learning Deborah L. Salivar-Keene

A Narrative Literature Review: Knowles, Lave Wegner, Jarvis, Piaget, Ormond Theories Needed to Facilitate Adult Learning

Deborah L. Salivar-Keene

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This is a major position paper on the teaching and learning theories needed to facilitate the adult learning process. This paper supports constructivism, experiential learning in communities of practice in online classrooms, and the literature thatMoreThis is a major position paper on the teaching and learning theories needed to facilitate the adult learning process. This paper supports constructivism, experiential learning in communities of practice in online classrooms, and the literature that answers the course questions: what are the important characteristics adult learners have, where learning occurs, learning opportunities, how adults will participate, and why is it important to address this issue. I will explore how Adult Learning Theory, and similar others can be used in facilitating successful learning strategies as well. A developmental framework can add to our effectiveness in assessing students and their needs, and providing appropriate instruction as well as show us how to help students acquire academic literacy and learning strategies that will serve them well beyond their years of academic study (Mullin, 1998).The copyright does not include any of my personal opinions. All information obtained is a composite of other authors knowledge and research. I have over 2,000 references and all authors are given complete credit for their work and you should also give these authors the credit for their work. Take my word for it YOUR INSTRUCTOR WILL KNOW!!! All documents are to be used strictly as, ” reference material”. I have already caught students trying to pass this reference material as their own when buying then returning the paper to Kindle and not putting in a bib.