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Raymond J. Wlodkowski is professor emeritus at Regis University, Denver, and the founding executive director of the commission for Accelerated Programs. A licensed psychologist and author of numerous books, he lives in Seattle and conducts seminars for colleges and organizations throughout North America.
Table of Contents
|The Author||p. xvii|
|Understanding Motivation for Adult Learners||p. 1|
|Understanding How Aging and Culture Affect Motivation to Learn||p. 31|
|Characteristics and Skills of a Motivating Instructor||p. 49|
|What Motivates Adults to Learn||p. 95|
|Establishing Inclusion among Adult Learners||p. 125|
|Helping Adults Develop Positive Attitudes toward Learning||p. 171|
|Enhancing Meaning in Learning Activities||p. 225|
|Engendering Competence among Adult Learners||p. 309|
|Building Motivational Strategies into Instructional Designs||p. 377|
|Epilogue: Ethical Considerations for an Instructor of Adults||p. 435|
|Observation Guide for Culturally Responsive Teaching and Learning (Adult Version)||p. 439|
|Name Index||p. 483|
|Subject Index||p. 491|
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