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Identify two main issues that affect the motivation of adult students (security and autonomy).
Explain how increasing students' sense of security can enhance their motivation.
Explain how motivation can be improved by enhancing students' sense of autonomy.
Compare and contrast two basic classes of motivators (intrinsic and extrinsic).
Use a variety of techniques for enhancing the motivation of adult students.
Utilize available campus resources as classroom motivational tools.
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