Barriers to adult learning
Learning is a rather vague term, conveying different meanings, depending on the context in which it is used and on the perspectives from which it is looked at. Three main groups of theories behavioural, cognitive and humanistic have been developed to study the learning phenomenon. Adult learning is a distinct aspect of this phenomenon, having particular characteristics and principles. The reasons that deter adult learning are various and act at two stages.
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In this chapter, we examine the challenge of achieving and maintaining learner engagement from three different perspectives: barriers to learning, workplace challenges, and barriers to online learning, specifically. A barrier to learning is anything that prevents learners from fully engaging in learning. During training, most learners have to face several different barriers to learning. Or, a learner who cannot complete their final online assessment because of a distraction-filled workplace.
The prospect of advancing your career is exciting — but the journey can be difficult. Adult learners face a unique set of challenges. While pedagogy refers to the process of teaching children, andragogy is the process of helping adults to learn.