IMPLICATIONS OF THE ANDRAGOGY CONCEPT IN VARIOUS COMMUNITY EDUCATION SETTINGS: A LITERATURE REVIEW
Keywords:Andragogy, Adult learning, Implications of Andragogy Concept
AbstractThe concept of andragogy learning for adult learning has been applied in various educational institutions, both formal and non-formal. Researchers conducted a literature review of the best studies in the field of andragogy to provide the best and most comprehensive insights on the application of andragogy principles in adult educational settings. The researcher analyzed various studies on andragogy over the last seven years with a focus on applying the principles of adult learning (andragogy) in various educational settings.Â The results of the literature review revealed that the application of andragogy principles in adult education provides a variety of benefits including increasing resilience, learning motivation, facilitating understanding in the learning process and being able to improve better learning outcomes. E-learning or online learning can also be an alternative in andragogy learning during a pandemic and in the digital and fast-paced era. Online learning can also be a way out to meet the needs of adult students to study, and add skills when distance or busy work becomes an obstacle. The ability of the facilitator in managing learning also influences the ability of students to achieve the expected competency standards. Tutors must understand the principles of both pedagogy and andragogy so that the strategies used in the learning process are in accordance with the conditions and characteristics of their students..
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