6 edition of Using learning to meet the challenges of older adulthood found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||James C. Fisher, Mary Alice Wolf, editors.|
|Series||Jossey-Bass higher and adult education series, New directions for adult and continuing education -- no. 77, spring 1998, New directions for adult and continuing education -- no. 77.|
|Contributions||Fisher, James C., Wolf, Mary Alice.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||93 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||93|
This section discusses some of the challenges we encounter during this process. As already observed, many older adults remain highly self-sufficient. Others require more care. Because the elderly typically no longer hold jobs, finances can be a challenge. And due to cultural misconceptions, older people can be targets of ridicule and stereotypes. This is the kind of book you'll want to keep at your desk or coffee table to show and read with friends. Treat this like a daily calendar and you'll be on your way to becoming a well-rounded : Alex Weiss.
Other adult learning theories center on self-directed learning (SDL), a key assumption of andragogy and itself the focus of numerous professional conferences and papers. One SDL theory posited that educational goals within formal education could be supported by using teaching methods and assignments designed to increase learner control of the. Author of A Journey Called Aging, Leadership Management Volunteer Programs, and Using Learning to Meet the Challenges of Older Adulthood/5(5).
Choosing to return to school can be a life-changing decision, whether it’s been one year since you graduated or a decade since you sat in a classroom. There are significant challenges posed to adults who decide to pursue education. The good news is these challenges are being recognized by many educational institutions, and non-traditional educational [ ]. The model suggests that older adults display greater maturity than younger adults but may also be facing some of the most difficult challenges of adulthood. The model further asserts that the social context of older adults and the fact that they are members of earlier-born cohorts should be recognized and incorporated into the psychotherapeutic.
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ISBN: X OCLC Number: Description: 93 pages ; 23 cm. Contents: From whence have we come. The first twenty-five years of educational gerontology / Roger Hiemstra --New approaches to the education of older adults / Mary Alice Wolf --Major streams of research probing older adult learning / James C.
Fisher --Current practice and innovative programs in older. Using Learning to Meet the Challenges of Older Adulthood: New Directions for Adult and Continuing Education, Number 77 ISBN: AprJossey-Bass. Book Review: Learning Later. Using learning to meet the challenges of older adulthood (New Directions for Adult and Continuing Education This paper is a review of the book Discovering Data.
Older adults face a number of hurdles to adopting new technologies. Older adults face several unique barriers and challenges when it comes to adopting new technologies.
These include: Physical challenges to using technology: Many seniors have physical conditions or health issues that make it difficult to use new technologies.
Around two in five. Despite the fact that the body and mind are slowing, most older adults nevertheless maintain an active lifestyle, remain as happy as they were when younger — or are happier — and increasingly value their social connections with family and friends (Angner, Ray, Saag, & Allison, ).Author: Charles Stangor, Jennifer Walinga.
Githens et al.  argued on the opportunities and barriers for the olders adults in the e-learning: they descripted the changing notion of work and learning in older adulthood, the prejudices. Adulthood is the time when most of us encounter death for the first time, marriage, divorce, second families, and career changes and so on.
As such, there are many challenges to be met. PARENTING Parenting may or may not form part of adulthood. Meeting the Challenge of Learning Disabilities in Adulthood [Arlyn J. Roffman, Larry B. Silver] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.
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In fact, as adults encounter new challenges, getting the right help is more important than ever. Learning in Adulthood. Since it was first published inLearning in Adulthood has been lauded as the most authoritative and comprehensive guide to adult learning.
The revised and expanded third edition reflects the latest research and practice in adult learning, making it an essential resource for the by: Updated and substantially revised, the second edition of Aging and Older Adulthood reflects the most current scientific research and theoretical foundations that contribute to our understanding of aging and older adulthood.
Updated content and references include recent neurological findings on brain structure and functioning as well as factors that influence cognitive functioning. Learning in Adulthood book. Read 23 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. In this updated landmark book, the authors have gathered the /5.
This paper reviews research on motor-skill learning across the life span with particular emphasis on older age. For this purpose, studies that focus on age-related differences in fine and gross motor skills and studies that analyze the further refinement of known skills as well as learning of unknown motor skills are summarized.
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Middle adulthood is a stage in life where individuals are experiencing many changes in established roles, relationships and attitudes of self-worth.
Philosopher Elliot Jacques created the term "Midlife Crisis" in his article Death of the midlife Crisis, to explain these changes.
In this updated landmark book, the authors have gathered the seminal work and most current thinking on adult learning into one volume. Learning in Adulthood addresses a wide range of topics including: Who are adult learners. How do adults learn.
Why are adults involved in learning activities. How does the social context shape the learning that adults are engaged in. Adults with Special Needs and Learning Disabilities.
Adults with with special needs and learning disabilities (also called adult learning difficulties or intellectual difficulties in some countries) often have difficulties with communication which can be related to speech. Facing our own and our family’s aging present a multitude of challenges.
This entry focuses on these challenges, and how they have been, and continue to be, addressed. All will be presented with an Author: Avis M. Bernstein. Disability, Intimacy, and Sexual Health. A Social Work Perspective across the life course are also explored, such as pregnancy and parenting, marriage and cohabitation, and intimacy in older adulthood.
Throughout the book, the authors examine the micro, meso, and macro systems that affect the lives and relationships of people with. Dyslexia: Students with dyslexia frequently meet in small group settings for reading.
In the general classroom, teachers often work with a small group of kids at the same reading level or to focus on a specific skill. They might also meet because kids have a common interest in a : The Understood Team. The 21st Century Adult Learners. Being a child of the /60’s I can remember the CBS News Program “The 20st Century”, The main theme of the show was to promote the beginning of the Age of Technology!Rocket ships, Satellites, Camelot and the Kennedy’s, brought a new vitality to the US.
"Learning in Adulthood's greatest strengths are its coverage of the learning context, theory-building within adult learning, and how social and ethical issues offer special challenges to adult learning. It will be useful to both experienced and novice continuing educators, as well as laypersons."Price: $ Technology has had a direct impact on learning at all stages and has increased the delivery options under which learning may occur.
Using technology, access to learning is limitless. In summary, as the three areas interact, changes have occurred. According to the authors, this is most evident in the field of higher education.