Learning theories – Andragogy

Since Andragogy refers to adult learning, this section will be slightly different
from the others. Create your own infographic about Andragogy. Be sure to
include an overview of the theory, the five assumptions, key aspects for
design and an example of a learning scenario applying those concepts. Here is
a list of 8 free infographic tools or you can conduct your own online search
for another tool.


Additional resources

Andragogy (Adult Learning) (YouTube video)

Learning Theories/Adult Learning Theories: Andragogy (definition from WikiBooks)

Evolution and Application of Andragogical Assumptions to the Adult Online Learning Environment (academic article by Laurie C. Blondy, 2007)

Malcolm Knowles, Informal Adult Education, Self-Direction and Andragogy (article from infed.org)

The Adult Learning Theory – Andragogy – of Malcolm Knowles (article from elearningindustry.com)

The Adult Learning Theory – Andragogy – Infographic (article from elearninginfographics.com)

Training for the New Year: Formal vs. Informal Learning Experiences (article from trainingmag.com)

Adult Learning Theories Every Instructional Designer Must Know (article from shiftlearning.com)

Instructional Design Approaches (overview table from University of Washington)

Behaviorism and Instructional Design (academic article by John K. Burton, David M. (Mike) Moore, and Susan G. Magliaro, 1996)