Andragogy

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Andragogy by Mind Map: Andragogy

1. Andragogical Teaching Example

1.1. It is as if the teacher is a guide and the student is a traveler.

1.2. Teachers guide their students so they can use their knowledge of past experiences to gain a new knowledge

1.3. This philosophy is learner-centered, which teaches them to become independent researchers who are capable of adjusting to new conditions.

2. Assumptions

2.1. Self-Directed Learner: Giving adults the independence to manage their own educational learning.

2.2. Experience: Adults learn using their knowledge from past experiences.

2.3. Readiness to Learn: The learning that will take place must include applicable issues to the adult's life.

2.4. Orientation to Learning: Similar to readiness to learn, adults need to understand how the new knowledge they are learning is relevant to their lives.

3. Implementation

3.1. Andragogy allows for traditional teaching approaches to be used in the classroom in a different way that works for the students.

3.2. Andragogy assumptions are effective in the classroom because it creates learning.

3.3. It is important to remember other techniques besides andragogy because it is not a technique that works adults if they are not to the point of learning that way.

4. What does it mean?

4.1. Andra = adult; gogy = learning

4.2. "The art and science of teaching adults"

4.3. It's not a teaching technique, but rather a philosophy used for guidance