Review competing perspectives on learning, from the classical foundations of rationalism and empiricism through the traditional classifications of learning theory-- behaviorism, cognitivism, humanism, and constructivism.
Understand the foundations of historical and modern learning practice, and to illuminate the practices that may best serve learner and context.
Synthesize disparate perspectives of learning to discover best practices in education.
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Adult learning and development
Review the emerging practice of adult education from its historical foundations, disparate perspectives, and emergent practices
Identify research-based principles of adult education leading to effective educational programs that meet the learning needs of individuals, organizations, and society.
Integrate disparate perspectives to change behavior, develop capacity, construct knowledge from experience, transcend potential, and prolong creative longevity through academic and professional development.
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