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Technology and Innovation in Adult Learning.

Author/Creator:
King, Kathleen P.
Publication:
Somerset : John Wiley & Sons, Incorporated, 2017.
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Contents:
Cover
Title Page
Copyright
Contents
Preface
Acknowledgments
Part 1: A Foundation for New Learning
Chapter 1: The Digital Age Secret for Success: Adult Learning
The Lifesaver
Conclusion
Chapter 2: Understanding the Evolution of the Digital Age
How Did We Get Here?
Spurring Change Trends and Demands
Conclusion
Chapter 3: Adult Learning and Living in the Digital Age
Personal Development
Wellness
The Workplace
Entertainment
Spirituality
Informal and Formal Education
Conclusion
Chapter 4: Biological Concerns: Development, Aging, and Neuroscience
Models and Stages
Cognitive Development Theories
Intrinsic Motivation
Learning Preferences
Neuroplasticity
Critical Connections with Prior Experiences
Conclusion
Part 2: Scaffolding Essential Skills for Learning in the Digital Age
Chapter 5: Andragogy Illustrated
Andragogy Concepts and Background
Learning Developing from Social Role Tasks
Applications of Andragogy
Conclusion
Chapter 6: Motivation's Essential Role
Motivation Defined
Motivation Needed
Extrinsic Motivation
Intrinsic Motivation
Leveraging Intrinsic Motivation with Technology Toolkit (LIMT Toolkit)
Conclusion
Chapter 7: Critical Thinking and Problem-Solving
Critical Thinking and Problem-Solving
Strategies to Cultivate: Critical Thinking and Problem-Based Learning
Conclusion
Chapter 8: Self‐Directed Learning Discovered
Background of SDL
Strategies for Cultivating SDL
Conclusion
Chapter 9: Required Intercultural Competencies
Understanding Diversity in a Globally Connected World
Diversity Theories and Models
Strategies for Diversity Awareness
Conclusion
Chapter 10: Transformative Learning Perspectives
Transformative Learning Theory Specifics.
Digital Age Needs for Transformative Learning
TL Research and Theory for the Digital Age
Transformative Learning Experience Strategies
Conclusion
Part 3: New Vistas in a Digital World
Chapter 11: Mind, Body, and Spirit Connections
Digital Age Needs for MBS Awareness
Mindfulness and Learning
MBS Theories and Models to Consider
Strategies to Incorporate MBS Awareness in Adult Learning
Conclusion
Chapter 12: e‐Learning Models: Distance, Mobile, Virtual, and Informal Learning
Innovation Sweeps Across Adult Learning Sectors
Innovation and Adoption
e‐Learning
e‐Learning Theories and Models for the Digital Age
Strategies for Using e-Learning in the Digital Age
Conclusion
Chapter 13: Psychology of Technology Use and Adoption
Psychology of Technology
Theories and Models
Strategic Applications
Conclusion
Chapter 14: Conclusion: Emergent Research Opportunities
Adult Learning: New Vistas of Possibilities
Types of Learning Needed
Contexts of Adult Learning
Adult Learning Research: Opportunities
The Model of Researching Adult Learning and Innovation (MoRALI)
Strategy 14.1: Technology‐Assisted Research Inquiry
Conclusion
References
Index
EULA.
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Electronic reproduction. Ann Arbor, Michigan : ProQuest Ebook Central, 2021. Available via World Wide Web. Access may be limited to ProQuest Ebook Central affiliated libraries.
Other format:
Print version: King, Kathleen P. Technology and Innovation in Adult Learning
ISBN:
9781119051008
9781119049616
OCLC:
973222822