Learning Techniques - A Review
A review of three articles; "Can Generation X-ers Be Trained?" by Shari Caudron, "A Tale of Four Learners" by Bernice McCarthy, and "Intergenerational Learning" by Corey Murray and David Bank.
# 110845 | 1,244 words | 3 sources | MLA | 2008 |
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This paper reviews three articles on the topic of teaching and learning; "Can Generation X-ers Be Trained?" by Shari Caudron, which focuses on training in the business environment; "A Tale of Four Learners" by Bernice McCarthy, which focuses on the school environment; and "Intergenerational Learning" by Corey Murray and David Bank, which focuses on the community college environment. The paper summarizes the articles and discusses ways in which they could be improved upon. The author also compares and contrasts the articles against one another.
Sample of Sources Used:
- Caudron, Shari. Can Generation Xers Be Trained?
- McCarthy, Bernice. A Tale of Four Learners.
- Murray, Corey & Bank, David. Intergenerational Learning. Community College Journal Washington: Aug/Sep 2007. Vol. 78, Iss. 1
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