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IDEAL & The Adult Learner, Brandman University

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IDEAL
Learner-centered rather than teacher-centered.
Using technology to enhance and activate the learning experience.
Combining synchronous (face-to-face or virtual) and asynchronous instructional opportunities with independent and collaborative online learning.
Summary:
Dependency Self-directed
Experience
Application
Purpose
Motivation is Internal

IDEAL & the Adult Learner:
Online Learning & Andragogy:
I
nstructional

D
esign for

E
ngaged

A
dult

L
earners

Bloom's
Revised Taxonomy
Remembering
Understanding
Applying
Analyzing
Evaluating
designing, constructing, planning, producing, inventing, devising, making
interpreting, summarizing, inferring, paraphrasing, classifying, comparing, explaining, exemplifying
implementing, carrying out, using, executing
comparing, organizing, deconstructing, attributing, outlining, finding, structuring, integrating
recognizing, listing, describing, identifying, retrieving, naming, locating, finding
checking, hypothesizing, critiquing, experimenting, judging, testing, detecting, monitoring
Creating
The joy of learning is as indispensable in study as breathing is in running. ~Simone Weil
Brandman's IDEAL
Blended
Model
Analyzing
Evaluating
Creating
Remembering
Understanding
Applying
Distant
Collaboration
Online Interaction
Threaded Discussion
Wikis
Blogs
Chat
Group Project
Self
Preparation
Independent Work
Reading
Research
Writing
Case Studies
Quizzes/Exercises
Fieldwork
F2F Collaboration
In-Class Activities
Lectures
Discussions
Presentations
Panels
Assessment
Group Activities
Case Studies
Brandman's IDEAL
Online
Model
Analyzing
Evaluating
Creating
Remembering
Understanding
Applying
Virtual
Collaboration
Threaded Discussion
Wikis/Blogs
Chat
Group Projects
Activities
Live Discussion
Debates
Presentations
Demonstrations
Independent
Preparation
Reading
Research
Writing
Case Studies
Quizzes/Exercises
Fieldwork
Recorded Lectures
IDEAL & Bloom's Together at Last!
IDEAL is ideal for the ADULT LEARNER
This design philosophy serves the special issues/attributes/needs of adult learners:
Adults expect to be guided in a "normal movement" from dependency toward increasing self-directedness.
Adults bring an ever-increasing reservoir of experience as a rich resource for learning in the "classroom."
Adults are ready to learn something when they realize/understand how it will help them cope with real-life tasks or problems.
Adults need to know the reason why they should learn something.
By embedding a social component to the learning, IDEAL addresses the recognition that the most powerful, long lasting motivators for adult learners are internal.
Remembering
Understanding
Applying
Analyzing
Evaluating
Creating
Active learning environments & facilitative teaching.
Instructor engagement with students.
Learning through doing - initially with assistance and then independently.
Student-centered instructional strategies.
Interactive formative and summative assessment mechanisms.
Instructional environment takes precedence over information transmittal.
Guide on the Side vs. Sage on the Stage. (Learner to learner along with learner to expert rather that only learner to content.)
Design & Instructional
Principles
Questions?
Discussion?
Please feel free to reach out to us if you
have ideas, questions, etc.
cii-id@brandman.edu
Understanding
Creating
Designing for Adult Learners
Why IDEAL?
1727
1904
1918
1924
1926
1933
1942
1950
1862
"The Junto"
Benjamin Franklin
Discussion/Book Club
crossed social strata,
solving problems through collaboration & shared understanding
non-formal community based learning
Adult Education in America, abridged.
IDEAL & Online Instruction and Learning
begin at Brandman.
FALL 2008
Chapman
Brandman
SPRING 2009
Research on best practices for adult learners lead to the creation of
IDEAL.
First pilot courses
launched.
SUMMER 2009
United States Department of Agriculture
Cooperative Extension System
Morrill Land Grant Act
Why 1862
?
A subway that is clean? 1904, undoubtedly.
Free Lectures Program in NYC
Institute of Adult Education
People started crossing social stratas.
Height of European immigration.
Full Time State Supervisors
of Adult Education
New York City & South Carolina
Why
1918?
National Education Association creates
the Department of Adult Education
First aimed at literacy
skills of the foreign born.
*
Carnegie Corporation
American Association for Adult Education
The WHOLE U.S.!
First real structure & visibility to adult education on a national level.
F
E
M
A
ederal
mergency
anagement
gency
Education of 20 million trainers.
United States
Armed Forces
Institute
The
General Educational Development Test is born.
Malcom Knowles
(and Malcolm knows)
Adult Education
Serves as a manifesto on androgogy.
Publishes informal adult education literature.
FALL 2009 - SUMMER 2010
Development for implementation begins,
Quality Matters
is brought in.
FALL 2010
First blended
courses launched.
Clark, D. (2000). Learning styles and preferences. Retrieved online: http://www.nwlink.com/~donclark/hrd/styles.html

Darkenwald, G. G., & Valentine, T. (1985). Adult Education Quarterly (35) 177. DOI: 10.1177/0001848185035004001

Derby Management. (n.d.) Hiring your first employee. Retrieved online: http://www.derbymanagement.com/knowledge/pages/building/first.html

Gardner, H. (1993). Multiple Intelligences: The theory in practice. NY: BasicBooks.

Lieb, S. (1991). Principles of adult learning. Retrieved online: http://honolulu.hawaii.edu/intranet/committees/FacDevCom/guidebk/teachtip/adults-2.htm

Knowles, M. S, & Associates. (1984). Andragogy in action: Applying modern principles of adult learning. NY: Wiley, John, & Sons.

Merriam, S. B., Caffarella, R. S., & Baumgartner, L. M. (2007). Learning in adulthood: A comprehensive guide, (3rd ed). San Francisco, CA: Jossey-Bass.
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