Reflection Adult Learning Theories

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Sarah Stuthers
After reviewing my reflection, I felt proud of myself because the material way my own. When I saw the first link, I was disappointed at first that someone had made the same analysis about the theory being black and white; however, when I clicked on the link, I discovered that the site SafeAssign found the same information on was a completely different topic – as well as a site I had never seen before. As for the rest of the links, I was wondering what I did wrong. I kept looking at the Works Cited links thinking I wrote them incorrectly. Then I realized that I must have used the same sources as other people. This also made me feel proud because it seems as though I cited my sources accurately. I am not very good at quoting and writing Works Cited pages – it’s the hardest part of the paper in my opinion, so I felt proud that I must have done it accurately if it were matching other papers. I will probably make changes on my paper before I submit it; however, in my honest opinion, I don’t think any of my changes are because I am at risk of plagiarism. ANALYSIS

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| [1]| | | [2] Another student's paper - Institution: Emporia State University| | | [3] Another student's paper - Institution: Liberty University| | | [4] Another student's paper| |

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| Sarah StuthersProf. HassenpflugGEED 100-D01April 23, 2012The Basics of Adult LearningIn the article Adult Learning Theories with Implications for Online Learning Design, author Kathleen Cercone outlines many different adult learning theories and characteristics of adult learners. She compares adult learning theories as well as addresses the issues with each of them. Cercone also makes suggestions on how online educators should consider these different learning styles when planning their curriculum. The main concern of the author is that none of...
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