This course investigates the theory, research, and practice of adult teaching and learning concepts. The goal for this course is to have students acquire the ability to relate the models and theories of adult teaching and learning to their professional and personal lives.
This course can be applied towards:
EDAE 520 (Adult Education).
Textbook and Materials
Textbooks and materials can be purchased at the CSU Bookstore unless otherwise indicated.
- Adult Learning: Linking Theory and Practice (2014)
Merriam, S.B. and Bierma, L.L.
- Publication Manual of the American Psychological Association, 6th Ed. (2010)
American Psychological Association
Dr. Karen Kaminski has been part of the Master of Education with a Specialization in Adult Education and Training since 1999. She has years of experience as an instructional designer helping faculty to prepare to teach via distance technology. Karen's research focus is on instructional design, evaluation, and learning transfer. In addition to traditional courses, she facilitates sessions on group work, communication, and collaboration and consults in the areas of instructional design and development, assessment and evaluation, and instructional technology.
Don Quick, Ph.D. is an assistant professor with the School of Education at Colorado State University. His research focuses on adult teaching and learning and distance technology in higher education. His work history includes several years of experience in the computer industry as technician, engineer, trainer, and manager. He has also developed and taught several workshops and courses in adult learning, health and safety, and computer applications, and he has been teaching online AET courses since 1999.