Andragogy is the adult equivalent of pedagogy. Both terms have their etymological origins in Ancient Greek and both involve the art of teaching and learning however, pedagogy focuses on the learning of a child while andragogy looks at how adults learn.
Often as adults we have a different driver for the rationale of why we are learning something new compared to a child learner. This results in there needing be be a different way we learn. What works for someone in Kindergarten most likely won’t work for someone in the twentieth year of their career.
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