Apr 28, 2018 · Reflection on Adult Learning. It’s time to reflect on what I have learned about adult learning in my first term at ID school. I embarked on this degree to learn the theories of learning, and my “Adult as Learner” class delivered exactly what I was hoping it would I knew a little about the.
Reflection was not a time for testimonials about how good or bad the experience was. Instead, reflection was the time to consider what was learned from the experience. Reflection was a time to describe what students saw in their own work that changed, needed to change, or might need to be described so another person might understand its meaning.
Knowledgeable with Gardner's Multiple Intelligences--> strengthen non-dominant intelligence Familiarize common Motivators and become a 'Self-Directed Learner' Kolb's Learning Style: Improve on 'Assimilating Style': combining Reflective Observation and Abstract Conceptualization.
For example we know that experience is key when concentrating on adult learning. Jane Vella (2002) in her book, Learning to Listen, Learning to Teach discusses the idea of praxis, action and reflection at the same time, and how praxis can assist in adult learning.