So far we have talked about principles of adult learning, addressing these questions: What do we know about the different ways people learn? How can learners be motivated? What place does affect play in the learning process? To what extent can adult learners be autonomous? What is the effect of learning with others? How far can people be enabled to experience new ideas? We now turn more specifically to the way adults actually experience learning when they are in workshops. We draw on a mixture of theory, as summarised above, and examples as they apply to learning in workshops rather than in traditional classrooms.
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