Innovative ways for motivating adults for learning
This guidebook has been developed as part of the CreMoLe project with the aim of disseminating the innovative strategies, techniques or learning activities developed and tested within the partnership. It offers practical ideas to better motivate adults for learning.
The innovative strategies, techniques or learning activities shared in the guidebook were tested on diverse target groups, people of diverse socio-economic background, including disadvantaged groups, as we intended them to be of most use to those educators who work with poorly motivated adult learners.
The examples we introduce in this guidebook have resulted from testing the teaching-learning methods, techniques and activities in our trainings. Hence, there is a large variety of learning contexts, types of adult learners or content of training programmes that were used in testing. We encourage our readers to be creative and to adapt our approaches to a certain learning context, specific group of adult learners and content.
Even if the approaches were tested on at least two groups of adult learners in two quite different contexts, we would very much appreciate to receive adult educators’ feedback on the experience they may have had when using them. On the last page, the readers will find a feedback sheet. We would be very grateful to those readers who want to share their comments and learning experience with us by filling in the feedback form and sending it to us.
The guidebook is targeted at practicing and prospective trainers involved in adult education who work with adults reluctant to engage in lifelong learning. Download the guidebook.
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