ERIC Number: ED058513
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Publication Date: 1971
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Are They Ever Too Old to Learn.
Long, Huey B.; Ulmer, Curtis, Ed.
This guide is concerned with two equally complex subjects, aging and the ability of adults to learn. It is designed to help answer the question concerning adult learning ability and the corollary questions of whether there are better ways to teach adults, or what kind of teaching techniques are most successful with adults. The discussions presented are related to: The Ability of Adults to Learn; Methodolotical Factors Involved; Age and Learning Ability; Measurement of Adult Learning Abilities; Differences among Adult Age Groups; Helpful Hints for Teaching Adults; and Active Problem Centered Techniques. A bibliography is provided. (DB)
Descriptors: Adult Learning, Age Differences, Bibliographies, Experiential Learning, Guides, Learning Experience, Measurement Techniques, Older Adults, Participation, Research Methodology, Teacher Effectiveness, Teaching Methods
Prentice-Hall Adult Education Series, Prentice-Hall, Inc., Englewood Cliffs, N. J. (no price given)
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