Transforming the Subject Matter Expert into an Educator

Gaining Competitive Advantage by Applying Adult Learning Principles

From JPCL, July 2016

By Amy Gibson, KTA-Tator, Inc.

This article describes what makes adult learners different, the different ways they learn, and how by considering their unique needs, characteristics and learning styles, a more customized education plan can be developed which will support more permanent and successful learning outcomes....


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Tagged categories: Amy Gibson; Coatings education; Education; Personnel; Quality Control; Worker training

Comment from BOB HEIDERSBACH, (9/14/2016, 12:07 PM)

I really enjoyed this article. As a retired university engineering professor, I found most of my colleagues had no training in how to teach. Your article covers adult training very well.


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