Jun 12, 2015 · Key proponents of humanism include Carl Rogers and Abraham Maslow. A primary purpose of humanism could be described as the development of self-actualized, autonomous people. In humanism, learning is student centered and personalized, and the educator’s role is that of a facilitator. Jun 01, 2014 · Humanistic Theory of Learning 1. Humanistic Theory of Learning By: Adora A. Barnachea IM 219 – Principles and Teachniques of Adult Learning Dr. Carmen Garlan 2nd Sem. 2009 - 2010 Miriam College, Q.C. 2. Humanism • Humanism, a paradigm that emerged in the 1960s, focuses on the human freedom, dignity, and potential.
A HUMANISTIC APPROACH TO ADULT EDUCATION: LEARNING FROM THE INSIDE OUT Alyce Cooks, Darwyn Hackney, Sanetta George Jackson, Claude Stevens, and Dave Zumwalt Abstract We approach the adult educator/adult learner relationship from an affective perspective, noting the role of diversity, as we establish parameters for this paper. Sep 30, 2017 · Summary: Andragogy refers to a theory of adult learning that details some of the ways in which adults learn differently than children.For example, adults tend to be more self-directed, internally motivated, and ready to learn. Teachers can draw on concepts of andragogy to increase the effectiveness of their adult education classes.
Feb 23, 2015 · Adult learning is a kind of “self-investments” and new learning impacts on self-concept Adults have often authority and training should be based on this fact. In the methods based on humanism, the student-teacher relationship should be based on mutual respect.Cited by: 64. Humanistic teachers believe it is important for students to be motivated and engaged in the material they are learning, and this happens when the topic is something the students need and want to know. Felt concerns. Humanistic education tends to focus on the felt concerns and interests of the students intertwining with the intellect.