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This subject guide is a complement to the principles of BSOL 302, the Adult Development and Learning Assessment course, conducted by Los Angeles Pacific University, and will provide various tools and resources to help students in their studies.


BSOL 302 Adult Development and Learning Assessment

Los Angeles Pacific University

This subject guide is a complement to BSOL 302, Adult Development and Learning Assessment, a course which is part of Los Angeles Pacific University, and will provide various tools and resources to help you in your studies particularly in adult development.

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Happy researching!

- Dave  

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Dave Harmeyer
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BSOL 302 Course Overview

Learners examine adult development and learning theory, including how adults think, act and behave in the workplace. Learners conduct assessments to be able to understand the adult development cycle, learning styles, and how temperaments impact the workplace. A strengths-based orientation toward workforce development is explored. Learners are also introduced to the process of identifying sources of life and work experience that might be applicable to earning college credit through "flexible learning pathways."

Course Competencies

  • Civil discourse/dialog and reflection
  • Collaboration; group and team activities; creating synergies
  • Conflict management; change management
  • Employee care
  • Ethical decision making from a Christian world and life view perspective (FAITH)