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Tips for Teaching Adult Students

By Brooks Doherty

With the number of non-traditional students growing, many educators have discovered that adult learners are fundamentally different than their younger counterparts in many ways. Yet, most instructors have been left to their own devices to figure out how best to reach these students who come to class with an entirely different set of challenges, demands and expectations, and generally at a much different level of maturity.

How can instructors better accommodate and encourage adult student success in a classroom setting? Here are a number of ways to create a better environment for adult learners, no matter what the subject material.

Continued at: http://www.facultyfocus.com/articles/effective-teaching-strategies/tips-for-teaching-adult-students/

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