Learning is an essential part of life. We learn to develop, to adapt and to survive. But as we get older, and become adults, with life experience under our belts, our ability to learn differs significantly than teenagers and children. In this three-part series, we look at the key principles of adult learning, examine the three main learning styles, and understand the importance of the term diversity in the learning environment. This series provides educators with the right knowledge and techniques so that adults can get the most out of their learning experience.