Adult Music Education as an Imperative of Changing Realities of Modern Society
Keywords:adult education, causes and motivations of adult education, context of education, the process of education, self-directed learning
The latest research in the field of adult education prove that adults wishing to engage in musical activities and in particular to play a musical instrument are pinned high hopes. Adult learning theory seems ever-changing mosaic, where the old parts are transformed into new vision. In the article there is an attempt to study the causes and motivations of adult education, investigate the differences of children's and adult education as well as provide ideas on how music teachers could work with adults to promote them optimum support.
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