Learning Style Inventory LO21978

John P. Dentico (jdentico@adnc.com)
Thu, 24 Jun 1999 06:08:29 -0700

Replying to LO21960 --

Hello Bruce,

I noted your answer to Lora and I was very intrigued. Thanks for the
Knowles and Cross Reference.
I have a question for you in regards to except given below. Do you think
that experiential learning spans the spectrum of learning styles?
I hope I am expressing myself clearly. Can we consider experiential
learning a common denominator to all adult learning, that is do we all learn
by doing?

Thanks for your time and response.

John P. Dentico, Ed. D.
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> But that doesn't answer your question. You are dealing with adults.
> Look
> up Knowles and Cross for adult learning traits. Adults in the job market
> want to do two things, 1) direct their education process and 2) learn
> those things specific for the job. This pattern is changing to a more
> open long term learning environment, but mainly it is for the job that
> most adults learn.


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