A subsidiary objective of adult education is to not only educate these adults in the areas they desire but to do so in a manner that creates personal satisfaction. Regarding this goal, Vinson () has noted that surveys of adult education students indicate that they are moderately to well satisfied with the services they receive. adult education. Furthermore, building upon the rudiments of adult education extant an end goal for the field is presented. The conceptual proposal emphasizes the critical need for the pursuit of foundational truths in the human experience. This is akin to notions of Essentialism and Perennialism. This paper contends that adult education canFile Size: 99KB.
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Motivating Adult Learners to Persist. A dults lead complex lives with limits on the amount of time they have to engage in formal learning. This reality, combined with the amount of effort and practice needed to develop one’s literacy skills—generally many thousands of hours—makes supporting persistence one of the most challenging aspects of designing effective adult literacy instruction.