<标题> There is an argument going on within the organisation between two employees. Jack says why can't they just employ an ex-teacher, but Ruben disagrees and says they must get someone a little more qualified. Adults and children have different ways of learning. Both employees have points to make. As we know normal teachers deal with children in primary school and teenagers throughout high school. And adults are totally different. So to argue Rubens point, adult learners differ to children learners. So we must differentiate the two.First of all children learners are very different to adult learners. There are many different aspects, when teachers are dealing with children or teenagers, they tend to have to know how they learn. So I would say the biggest and main difference is the maturity level. Obviously children learners have a much lower maturity, so they aren't let's say reliable and won't take responsibility to actually learn. Another factor for children learners is their memory, they take time to learn something new. This could be due to the fact that they have a limited attention and concentration span. They cant spend too much time paying attention before their minds start drifting off. Also their motivation towards learning is not always the case that they will be learning but rather for other facts, such as they have to be there or they there to be with friends and so on. Children learners, they generally need adults to direct, give them some direction. Also children learners, learning for them is compulsory, they have to go to school to some point. They take in information without actually thinking about it. Also they don't really come up with their own ways to learn, others (teachers) do that for them. When it comes to them putting input or giving feedback, their interaction skills are not fully developed yet. So that is what a teacher who teachers children learners has to deal with. So they have to almost have baby them as such in order to get them to learn.