"Adult Learning Theories" with Chris Briest

  • 14 Nov 2012
  • 11:30 AM - 1:30 PM
  • Colorado State University – College of Business North Rockwell Building Main Ballroom - 1st floor 638 South Sherwood (corner of Sherwood and Laurel)

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  • Must pre-register and show your student or faculty ID card at the door

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"Adult Learning Theories" with Chris Briest


In this activity based session, you will learn about some of the most popular theories that make adult learning successful. We will cover the theories of Gange, Knowles and Maresh all the way to the scientific approach of how the human brain actually learns. After a short learning session, participants will break into groups to join other like minded individuals for an activity.

This session is geared towards designers, trainers, leaders or anyone who needs to transfer their knowledge and information from one person to another effectively. Key take- a-ways will include:

·     Define the differences of Pedagogy and Andragogy

·     State effective theories of how adults learn

·      Recognize important components to adult learning theory

·      Understand learning techniques to create and deliver training that is effective


Date: Wednesday, November 14, 2012
Time: 11:30 am - 1:30 pm

Location: Colorado State University – College of Business North Rockwell Building Main Ballroom - 1st floor 638 South Sherwood (corner of Sherwood and Laurel)

Fort Collins, CO

Costs:

$15 NRC Members and Partners

$15 Special Rate for Students and Faculty for this event only.  Must preregister and show student or faculty ID at the door.

$25 Nonmembers 
 

 

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