The Pressures on Adult Education Providers

Adult education providers face pressures integrating technology in their programs.

Developing and maintaining a blended learning approach relies on sufficient investment of time, effort and resources. Digital tools change rapidly, and organizations need to keep abreast of new technology.

It is important that adult education providers foster a culture of change and experimentation among their educators, provide them technological and pedagogical training and support, and encourage professional learning opportunities.

This will help educators to be more open to change, have freedom to take risks and be confident using digital technology and troubleshooting technical issues.[1]

 

Principles of Blended Learning in Adult Education


Footnotes

[1] Howard & Mozejko, 2015.

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