Volume 2 | Issue 2 | 2014



This paper examines the learning outcomes of 25 adults, regarding the use of different educational techniques in a training program of Turkish language learning at the Centre for Lifelong Learning in Alexandroupoli, Greece. More specifically, it tests the effect of participatory educational techniques and traditional educational techniques on learning performance. Data analysis and interpretation led to the conclusion that participatory teaching techniques increase learning performance in adult education comparing to traditional educational techniques. Moreover, it was noted that the degree of impact depends on the gender and age of the learners.


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