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Leveraging Adult Learning Theory

Published by Association Societies Alliance
and Association Executives of North Carolina
Learning Objectives
  • Identify best practices in virtual learning
  • Recall adult learning theory best practices






Summary

Associations are known for their ability to provide best-in-class training opportunities for members. In fact, professional development is often cited as one of the reasons members join associations in the first place. This session will explore how to engage learners in a virtual or hybrid environment leveraging adult learning theory. Members boost their career prospects through learning and certification, so ensuring relevant, engaging education that improves the learner’s experience is critical.


Presenters
Melisa Galasso, CPA

Melisa is an award-winning speaker, CPA, and female entrepreneur. Melisa is a Certified Professional in Talent Development... Read More


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