This friendly and practical book is the guide to how to teach adults. Now in its 4th edition, the book has been extensively rewritten to meet the needs of those working with adults at the beginning of the 21st century.
The book answers questions such as,
'How do adults really learn?',
'How can I put over my material in a way that will interest and excite people?'
'How can I manage my group so that the confident people don't dominate and the quieter ones get a look in?'
This book is aimed at anyone who wants to know how to teach adults. It will help people who teach adults in a wide range of settings - from traditional adult education institutes, universities, management training courses to government training schemes.
The book aims to build confidence, to offer practical advice and to give the real-life flavour of the privilege and excitement of helping fellow adults develop.
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Jenny Rogers has worked as a teacher and developer of adults throughout her career. She has been a lecturer in a Further Education College, an internal advisor to the BBC on adult education, a BBC television producer, a Commissioning Editor at the Open College and has also managed the BBC's management training department. She is now Executive Director of the London-based consultancy, Management Futures, where she specialises in coaching senior executives in a wide range of organizations. She has written a number of other books, many on management and education topics. She is married, has two adult sons and lives in London and Norfolk.
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Descripción Open University Press, 2001. Paperback. Estado de conservación: New. 4. Nº de ref. de la librería DADAX0335206778