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By H.B. Slotnick

ISBN-10: 0750701161

ISBN-13: 9780750701167

The chance for a "second probability" is a starting to be phenomenon. a few contributors of the grownup inexperienced persons Consulting staff, a dozen or so school and graduate scholars on the collage of Dakota, who've a common curiosity within the similar methods of studying and educating, investigated the explicit hindrance concerning the methods older-than-average scholars research and the academic tools ultimate for them. They well-known that for either the older pupil and the instructor of the older pupil there are difficulties and matters which are assorted from the typical pupil or student/teacher courting. as well as offering an built-in photograph of grownup novices on campus, this publication additionally presents a few educating concepts that may be utilized in the school room tomorrow.; it really is geared toward academics in additional and grownup schooling, running shoes in all disciplines, researchers in grownup and carrying on with schooling.

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On average, this is about 35 per cent of all students attending college full-time in the state (based on figures from Snyder and Hoffman, 1991). In terms of enrollment, UND is in the 10,000–19,999 student body size, the modal college and university size category according to the National Center for Educational Statistics (Snyder and Hoffman, 1991). , typical) in this regard. 9 million) than did all private schools in this country regardless of their size (2. 8 million). In other words, UND is typical of colleges and universities in its enrollment.

Jerry (A, P) described moratorium very nicely: I think [I was] a pretty typical teenager…wasn’t quite sure what I wanted to do. The same with [being an] undergrad—I pursued two or three different courses of study. I had gotten quite a few scholarships to go into chemical engineering so that’s what I started in. It didn’t take me long to realize that wasn’t what I wanted to study. So I really experimented doing some different things that I wanted to do. I spent five years getting through undergrad even though I CLEPPED [tested out of] thirty-five hours before I started.

And all students, regardless of age, have feelings about both what and how they learn. In these regards, UND students are similar to others in the ways they OUR STUDY, OUR STUDENTS 35 view instructional and evaluation formats (see Even, 1987, for example, for a discussion of Adults’ preferred learning styles and Chapter 5 for a consideration of how UND students feel about these issues). , Ross-Gordon, 1991; Alciatore and Alciatore, 1979). In other words, the results of our study are, in many ways, confirming the results reported by others even though our methodology was different than that employed by other researchers.

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