AQUINO, R; | ALVAREZ, JM, | BONOL, R. | ESCRUPULO, Z., | FERNANDEZ, M., | OLEGARIO, L.

This paper aims to present a video on adult learning principles that were used in doing remote learning for adult learners. The video was developed as part of a graduate class. The aim of the presentation is to give the educator audience ideas on how adult learning principles can be implemented in their remote learning classes. The development process included an analysis of the graduate education class to determine the implementation of adult principles that worked. The results show that the teaching strategies fostered both independent and collaborative learning skills. These were found to be motivating and helped students become engaged in class. The tasks that tapped higher order thinking skills include analysis of cases, design and creation of lesson plans, and other performance-based tasks. The different types of assessment such as self-assessment, peer-assessment, and embedded assessment were found to be effective. The immediate feedbacking mechanism through the Facebook group, Zoom group consultations, and discussions through messenger. Collaborative synchronous and asynchronous tasks, authentic performance-based assessment and self-assessment, prompt feedback, and reflection activities were some of the highlights. It is supposed that andragogy can also be applied to pedagogy.