Now adult learners are very different to children learners. Their whole style is different. Again a main difference would be that adult learners have a much higher maturity level, and this is due to them having more experience in life. So they will have the correct responsibility to actually learn. They are responsible enough to take care of their own learning, and will allocate times to learning and even come up with their own style of learning. Only adult learners, because they have more experience and such, they will complain more, whether it be on the topic they learning or how they going about to get them to learn. This could be due to them developing their own beliefs and values towards learning. Adult learning is generally not compulsory, so they will have greater motivation to learn, also they have better developed interaction skills. So they can have more input and give more feedback in the learning process. Adult learners also have different memory patterns, they don't want.to go through everything they want to get to the point, learn it quickly. And this brings another factor that they want to learn something that will benefit them, they tend to not be so easy when taking in new information, they will question it.so as we can see that there are many differences between adult and children learners. So as we can see children are not the same when it comes to learning as to adults. And teachers have to have different approaches when it comes either teaching adults or children. So Ruben would be right when saying they should get someone who is more qualified.