1. The physiological component which defines change of one understands about him or her.
2. Convictional component. This component acts a form of revision on ones beliefs.
3. The behavioral component. This component defines the changes in lifestyle
Adult education fosters on key areas of improving knowledge, gaining new skills that either relates their current jobs or gaining new skills for a different job. Learning in adults …show more content…
His life in college met every form of hard hurdles to the extent of attempting to halt his after-high school education. To our surprise, no one was aware of what was going through Eric’s life. Life grew hard day in day out. In one cold morning, Eric walked into my room, sat on my bed and sought my audience. As a friend I had known for some good number of years, I had no option but to listen to Eric, my friend. Eric opened up to me “Miriam, today I have decided to share my story with you. I have been disturbed for a while by my performance in school.Everytime I report to my mum and Dad about my results, the gift I get in return is harsh coated insults that never encourage me to work harder, the thing is I perform so poorly that I don’t display the meaning of my presence in school. I do all my best to impress my parents with beautiful grades but never seem to come by. I have opted to share this with you before I opt for sucide”.I took a moment to understand and advise Eric. Referring to Jack Mezirow publication of 1975 on the perspective of transformational learning, I had some content to share. I opened up to Eric by pointing on to the 10 ordered phases of transformative learning as follows (Cranton,