Rosemary Caffarella — Developing Effective Learning Programs for Adults APC Monograph Number 5 Page 1 ROSEMARY CAFFARELLA Professor in the Division of Educational Leadership and Policy Studies, University of Northern Colorado, Greeley This paper was developed from material presented at an APC workshop held in Melbourne on 24 July Cited by: 4. program planning, developing needs of adult learners and teachers’ professional development to ensure continually meet the needs of life learning of adults (Kilgore, ). Schroeder () proposes the importance of the linkage between educational programs and the broader society.
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Download Citation on ResearchGate | Developing effective learning programs for adults | Discusses the challenge of designing and delivering professional development that has an impact on the.