Andragogy is defined as the art and science of helping adults learn. This course introduces the historic model of andragogy in practice. Students will analyze a variety of adult learning theories and practice applying those theories using research based models and best practices. The six-core adult learning principles (the learner's need to know, the self-concept of the learner, the prior experience of the learner, the readiness to learn, the orientation to learning, and the motivation to learn) will be explored. Additionally, students will be introduced to emerging trends that are impacting adult learning such as neuroscience and technology. Prerequisite: IDLA 600.