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Analyze Professional Development for Alignment to Knowles' Assumption 1: Learner's Self-Concept.

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Author: Jody Waltman
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In this lesson, students will analyze how Knowles First Assumption of Adult Learning should be connected with their professional development plans

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Notes on "Analyze Professional Development for Alignment to Knowles' Assumption 1: Learner's Self-Concept."

(00:00 - 02:14) Introduction to Professional Development Alignment

(02:15 - 03:19) Assumption #1

(03:20 - 04:04) Step 1

(04:05 - 04:43) Step 2

(04:44 - 05:32) Step 3

(05:33 - 07:23) Alignment of Sample Plan

(07:24 - 07:57) Stop and Reflect

Additional Resources

Andragogy and Teacher Professional Development

This site provides a clear connection between the importance of considering andragogical principles and developing professional development opportunities for teachers.
http://cnx.org/contents/01b08e6f-8a39-4c2b-a7bf-a63290081a65@1/Andragogy_and_Teacher_Professi


The Importance of Andragogy in Education

This blog post by Tom Whitby stresses the importance of considering the principles of andragogy in professional development design. Whitby indicates professional development should be active, teacher-centered, and include opportunities for dialogue.
https://tomwhitby.wordpress.com/2015/04/13/the-importance-of-andragogy-in-education/