Andragogy in the Modern E-Learning Setting

Developing an e-learning course is a pricy and time-consuming endeavor and therefore you need to be well aware of its specifications, the elements it should include and the approach to be used before you embark on it. Is is also important to identify who your target audience is as this determines the tools you are going to use.

The simplest differentiation between e-learning participants can be drawn on the basis of their age – children and adults. Since adults and children learn in different ways and are motivated to take a course for different reasons, this should be reflected in the e-learning modules developed for them. The principles and ideas of andragogy – the concept of adult learning – could be very useful in the creation of engaging e-learning modules.

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