Adult education classes must have a high level of interactivity

Research has shown that media tools such as radio and television, although useful in adult education, lack interactivity. The learners at adult education classes thrive on the interactivity provided through the Triple E method of instruction. Learners must have the opportunity to have social contact and learn from their peers. They also appreciate live feedback and guidance provided by the lecturer. They want to ask questions, get answers and practice their skills. Many of the learners are totally computer illiterate and as such will be more frustrated by having to use equipment that they don’t understand. We don’t place more obstacles in the learner’s path, but instead provide environments suitable for learning quickly without added frustrations through our adult education classes.