A Study of Adult Students' Perceptions of the Traditional Distance Education Programs and the Option of a Blended Learning Model in Sub-Saharan Africa Panga, George C. ProQuest LLC, Ph.D. Dissertation, Capella UniversityCited by: 4. Based on over 62, academic records of adult students from a geographically diverse institutional sample from forty-six percent public institutions, the study showed that 50 percent private of nonprofit institutions and 4 percent of for-profit institutions describe several positive outcomes for students who earned credit through prior learning assessment, when compared with students who did not make .
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Adult Learners’ Learning Environment Perceptions and Satisfaction in Formal Education—Case Study of Four East-European Countries Marko Radovan1 & Danijela Makovec1 1 Faculty of Arts, University of Ljubljana, Ljubljana, Slovenia Correspondence: Marko Radovan, Faculty of Arts, University of Ljubljana, Aškerčeva 2, Ljubljana, Slovenia. This study views each adult learner as a unique individual, and examines whether the learner’s characteristics related to culture, life experiences and gender, may be more a factor in the learning environment than the learner’s gucks.xyz: Constance L. McCallum.
The study, based in the constructivist paradigm, used a phenomenological strategy to explain first-year college students’ perceptions of the effects of a laptop experience on their readiness for college and the uses of technology for instructional purposes by high school teachers and college professors. The study employed participants who had. The purpose of this study was: 1. to ascertain the perception of social studies students on sex education 2. to find out students opinion on the best person to discuss sex related issues with. Research questions The following research questions guided the study: 1. What is the perception and of social studies students to sex education? 2.