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Learning Differences Between Child and Adolescent Learners

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Transcript of Learning Differences Between Child and Adolescent Learners

Learning Differences Between Child and Adolescent Learners
Five Distinguishing Elements
Ability
Aptitude
Interest
Family and Cultural Background
Attitudes
a. Curiosity
b. Responsibility
c. Creativity
d. Persistence

Principles of Learning
Disposition/Style

Sensing-Thinking
MASTERY
Intuitive-Thinking UNDERSTANDING
Intuitive-Feeling
SELF-EXPRESSIVE
Sensing-Feeling
INTERPERSONAL


THANK YOU!
THE END
Learning is an experience which occurs inside the learner and is
activated by the
learner.
ABILITY

The students’ ability dictates the prospects of success in any purposeful activity.

The first difference is that children are not concerned with the time spent in class. When it comes to the adult learner, their responsibilities often compete with their desire to learn.

Aptitude

Aptitude refers to the student’s innate talent or gift
Interests
Learners vary in activities that are undertaken due to a strong appeal or attraction.

Family and Cultural Background
Students who come from different socioeconomic background manifest a wide range of behavior due to differences in upbringing activities.
Attitudes
Students have a unique way of thinking and reacting.

CURIOSITY
RESPONSIBILITY
CREATIVITY
PERSISTENCE
Curiosity
Curious students are at all times eager to learn.

Responsibility

Responsible students pursue assigned task to completion despite personal constraints.

Creativity

Students with creative minds are capable of generating own ideas of doing things
Persistence

Persistent students sustain interest in a learning activity not mindful of the extra time and effort being spent.
Learning is the discovery of the personal meaning and relevance of ideas.

Learning (behavioral change) is a consequence of experience.

Learning is a cooperative and collaborative process.

Learning is an evolutionary process.

Learning is sometimes a painful process.

One of the richest resources for learning is the learner himself.

The process of learning is emotional as well as intellectual.

The process of problem solving and learning are highly unique and individual.

Garner’s Multiple Intelligence Theory
Intelligences as Dispositions

Verbal-Linguistic Intelligence
Logical-Mathematical Intelligence
Spatial intelligence
Bodily-Kinesthetic Intelligence
Musical Intelligence
Interpersonal Intelligence
Intrapersonal Intelligence
Naturalist Intelligence

Learning Styles
Styles as Dispositions

In conclusion, there are
numerous other differences between adult learners and children. We have merely touched the surface with our comparisons. So, the next time you encounter an adult learner, remember they are no longer children sitting in the classrooms but older, wiser more experienced learners who are eager to make their contributions to our world.
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