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Link Between Learning and Cognition - Finding a valid meaning of knowledge is not a simple task as many people have more than once given differing insight as to what knowledge entails. The history of knowledge dates far back to Greek philosophy in which Plato and Aristotle manifested great interest in the nature of knowledge; the epistemology tried to identify what knowledge meant, to gain facts of its origin, and about its maximum capacity. As Plato posited that knowledge is inherited and therefore innate, Aristotle advanced in an individual’s sensory experience as the base of knowledge....   [tags: Learning ]
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Informal and Incidental Learning - Informal and Incidental Learning Formal learning is a recognized process of study reworded with certificate or a form of special recognition by specific institution. Formal learning is based in the classroom, usually the institution sponsors this type of learning and it has structured forms. Informal learning includes incidental learning, different locations than classroom such as work place institution, and not highly structured. The learners control their own study progress and they deicide how much they want to learn....   [tags: Learning ]
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Learning Within E-learning Ecosystems - ABSTRACT This paper evaluates the critical success factors within an e-learning ecosystems namely the principles and methods, processes and systems, and substance and content of teaching and learning. A qualitative approach was adopted to evaluate the critical success factors involving two principal data collection methods; a thorough and systematic review literature and in-depth interviews with e-learning providers. The interviewees corroborated the need for an effective model of e-learning in which, each of these factors provide impetus to each other by functioning as a unit, contributing to overall e-learning success....   [tags: E-Learning] 1468 words
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Traditional Learning and Adult Learning - Learning environments that effectively meet the needs of adult students build upon the wealth of knowledge in the classroom, are student-driven, and have direct application to the problems of the adult's everyday life. In this essay, I will reflect upon a traditional learning experience that I experienced as an early college student. Additionally, using Knowles' theory of adult learning, I will consider how the experience could have been adapted. Traditional Learning Context As a 17 year old in the mid 1990s, I enrolled in an introductory psychology course at a private religious college in central Virginia....   [tags: Malcom Knowles, self-directed learning]
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Mobile Learning in Developing Countries - Title: Mobile Learning in Developing Countries INTRODUCTION AND BACKGROUND Learning as a process has always been a challenging at times. It requires a lot of attention and motivation from the learners themselves, and most of the times additional properties are needed such as learning materials in a form of text books, direct knowledge transfers from teachers, or multimedia equipments. In developing countries, learning process is even more challenging and can be a frustrating affair. One example is in India where education seems restricted to urban areas while it is still nascent in the rural areas due to its population that normally do not have access to basic amenities or the luxury to p...   [tags: learning tools, distance learning]
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Use of Collaborative and Cooperative Learning - Collaborative and cooperative learning promotes student learning through group-oriented activities. Collaborative learning is a method of teaching and learning in which student teams will work together to create a meaningful multimedia project. Cooperative learning, which will be the primary focus of this paper, is a specific kind of collaborative learning. In cooperative learning, students work together in small groups on a structured activity. Cooperative groups will work face-to-face and will learn to work as a team....   [tags: Collaborative Learning]
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Accommodations for Students with Learning Disabilities - Introduction During my intermediate school years, one of my classmates was studying all the time even during breaks and recesses. Daily, all the students were playing, chatting, and enjoying their time with their friends except this girl who had no one to hang out with other than her books. Regardless of her consecutive hard work and perseverance, she was eventually getting low scores, and she was always failing. At that time, the schools at my country were not paying full attention to learning disabilities....   [tags: Learning Disabilities]
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Distance Learning versus Traditional Learning - Distance learning, sometimes called e-learning, is a formalized teaching and learning system specifically designed to be carried out remotely by using electronic communication. People could find out distance learning on the internet or searching form the school, sometimes teachers would introduce the best or the most credibility distance learning web. Such as class.com and University of Phoenix, etc. Distance learning is less expensive and is not constrained by geographic considerations; it offers opportunities in situations where traditional education has difficulty operating....   [tags: E-Learning, Electronic Communication, Education] 1207 words
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Tips for Successful Online Learning - When it comes to writing you definitely need to be self motivated and disciplined, I’ve learned in my life that committed and stable routines often lead to better learning practices. You always need to be open-minded about sharing your life with others online because the relationships you build between your classmates and instructors is a very important part of the online learning experience. I fully believe part of the learning process is sharing your personal experiences through writing and reading....   [tags: Online Learning]
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Biological Constraints on Learning - Learning is defined as a “process of change that occurs as a result of an individual’s experience” (Mazure, 2006). Researchers assume that the process of learning follows certain general principles, which were developed, into the general process learning theories. These include operant conditioning and classical conditioning which has been put forward by leading psychologists like Pavlov, B.F.Skinner and Thorndike. However, in learning, operant and classical conditoning are opposed by biological constraints that state that there are limitations to the theories....   [tags: Education, Learning] 1333 words
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Kolb's Experiential Learning Cycle - David Kolb published his learning styles theory, in 1984, after many years of development. His theory stated that people learn in two different steps, inputting information and processing information. How people do this is also different. Think of inputting information on a vertical line, one person may prefer concrete examples at the top and abstract concepts at the bottom. Processing information is on a horizontal line with active experimentation on the left and reflective observation on the right....   [tags: Learning Styles]
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Enjoy and Embrace Learning - For several years, no matter how high tuitions rose, a steady stream of students passed through the gate of a liberal art college. A majority of these students and their families involves considerable expense, time and effort. Was it worth it. I got several reliable answers which suggest that it was. From the discussion in the honor courses, they really got a great insight into what they are looking for in college and got answer that it is worth to fertilize the soul of themselves through a growing knowledge....   [tags: Essays on Learning]
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Learning How to Learn - Learning How to Learn There are four characteristics to Kolb’s learning style. They are divergers, convergers, accommodators and assimilators. Divergers are people whose strength lies in creative and imaginative ability. They excel in the ability to see concrete situations from many sides and to come up with a lot of ideas. Convergers are the opposite of divergers. Convergers use the practical application of ideas. They do best in a situation where there is one correct answer or solution and they can focus on same....   [tags: Learning Styles] 761 words
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Personal Growth Through Learning - I’ve made it my passion to be a life-long learner to sharpen my skills, abilities and God-given talent. When an individual doesn’t make a conscience effort to expand their minds, then they are actually making a decision to begin to digress. Being an older college student, my desire is to learn everything that I possibly can with the aid of Victory University. It was fascinating reading about Rene’ Descartes who grew up in France. Descartes was also a life-long learner. He was the thinker and writer who coined the phrase, “I think, therefore I am” (Gluck, Mercado, & Myers, 2014, p....   [tags: Importance of Learning]
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Children With Learning Dissabilities and the Educational System - Children are the future of our nation and the world. Their footsteps will not only write the history of the nation, but educate us on what needs to change. Therefore, our educational society needs empower children with learning disabilities. Not all children understand the different educational concepts at the same rate. They are children who need additional assistance to comprehend the information present them to them. Although, each child has its distinctive form of learning, the educational system and educators need to construct a new method to instruct children with learning disabilities....   [tags: Learning Dissabilities]
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Antecedent of Cooperative Learning and Its Outcome - This study is all about cooperative learning. The research found in literature review that very little work has been done in this area. This study amalgamate the concept of CTI (creation of knowledge, transfer of knowledge and integration of knowledge) developed by Zarraga and Gracia-Falcon (2003) and of Janz and Prasamphanich (2003) work. They conducted their research in Spain and USA respectively, while the present study is carried out in Pakistan. This study provides information about what the cooperative learning is, what are the requirements to generate cooperative learning in organizations....   [tags: Cooperative Learning ]
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Planning and Preparing for Teaching and Learning. - The role of the teacher is very similar to the role of the mainstream teacher. Planning meaningful sessions, keeping accurate records of sessions and assessing the individual students’ abilities are among the more obvious responsibilities and these areas will be discussed later. It could be argued that the main difference between the teacher and the mainstream teacher is found in the level of one-to-one support given to each student. This difference is a direct result of the group sizes taught by the teacher and the academic levels of the students....   [tags: CANTO, learning disabilities, behavioural]
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Humanism and The Teaching and Learning Process - By analysing both negative and positive behaviours using my own experiences and observations, I will describe the effects and impact it had on students and their learning outcomes. Reflecting on this process will help me to analyse their response to different environmental and behavioural situations within the classroom. By developing strategies based around the three main theories of learning, I will explain how to use these methods to manage learner's behaviour and influence the learning environment....   [tags: learning outcomes, students, teachers]
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Learning Styles and the Accounting Profession - Every human being in this world is unique and each individual has different ways in which they learn. Learning styles have been formulated over the years to help us recognize the way we approach learning and methods we use to gain knowledge. It is an individual's distinctive approach to learning based on strengths, weaknesses, and preference with a mixture of various styles. In this essay, we will take a look at different learning styles and how they can be implemented and integrated in the accounting profession....   [tags: Business Accounting Learning]
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Lesson for Children with Learning Disabilities - Introduction Learning disability is a term misused severally. In essence, it applies to students who have different learning challenges. Most people associate learning disability to the development of a child, thus assuming that it is a short-term condition and disappears as the person matures. The accepted definition, provided by the National Adult Literacy and Learning Disability Center states that; learning disability is generic and refers to a composite group of disorders that become evident in the person; through observing that they have challenges in the acquisition and use of speaking, listening, reading, reasoning and execution of mathematical concepts, as well as, understanding so...   [tags: Learning Disabilites, Education, Teaching]
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Negotiate and Plan a Learning Contract - This following report is about identifying a learning area to improve and compliment personal continuing professional development. Since computing skills such as animation or programming appeal to me, this dose not in any way mean I dislike functional skills such as English or Maths. The chosen subject of choice is programming. The main reason for choosing programming is because ultimately I would like to be able to extend my knowledge on website development. I will learn the programming language php and incorporate it into web pages....   [tags: learning contracts, professional development, ] 632 words
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Problem Solving and Goal-Driven Learning - Problem Solving and Goal-Driven Learning There is a growing body of research into how a learner’s (human or machine) goals can greatly influence the learning process. Study has taken place in fields such as cognitive science, psychology, education and, of most interest to us, artificial intelligence. Prior to the interest in goal-driven learning, most studies in this field focused on providing estimated functions based on limited inputs and outputs, without concern for the learning goal. The underlying principal of the goal-based methodology is that learning is, for the most part, a strategic and active attempt on the part of the learner to identify and solve a particular problem or set of...   [tags: Learning Philosophy]
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Experiential Learning at the Fitness Club - The purpose and the aim of this report is to evaluate and describe the experiential learning and closely focuses on the type of organisation, management structure and the process involved. Experiential learning is a process which is designed to make the most out of the experience while doing it. And it is incorporated with learning strategies and different approaches of teaching Burned (1989) Kolb explains four phases in the process of experiential learning, Experience, reflexive observation, analysis and active implementations Kolb (1984) Bandura explain learning is an experience which is learnt by watching other people and then doing it which then provide a learner an image and the desire...   [tags: experiential learning, education, ]
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My Use of Transformational Learning: Going Back to School - Transformational Learning consist of four stages which are, “recognizing a significant problem; confronting it intensely; finding a solution; and integrating a new prospective” (R-Model, 2010, p.115). When making any major life transition you will probably use transformational learning. You will first recognize that there is a problem or that there is something in your life that you would like to change. Second, you will need to confront the problem. You will need to do so with great intensity, so that you may find a solution....   [tags: Transformational Learning, Learning, education, ] 486 words
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The Literature in Learning Organizations - Introduction: The purpose of this paper is to evaluate the literature in Learning Organizations and discuss several models in building a learning organization. To this end, the paper analyses the parameters that help build a learning organization, draws upon various scholarly work in this field including Huber 1991, Garvin 1993, Schein 1993, Argyris 1994, Goh 1998, Chau 2008, Serrat 2009. The various definitions of authors on Learning Organizations include In a learning organization, individuals are the key where they are acting in order to learn, or where they are acting to produce a result....   [tags: organizational learning, olivier serrat ]
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The Concept of Verbal Learning - People often admire the individual who can tell a good story. The ability to recant details correctly requires verbal learning, a vital brain activity that facilitates information retention. Every learning concept emphasizes specific aspects of learning. Behavioral learning highlights the association learning that occurs as the individual develops conditioned responses contingent on the association to a stimulus. Cognitive learning relates to the mental strategies that build a body of knowledge, manipulate that knowledge, and extrapolate to apply the knowledge to similar situations....   [tags: brain activity, serial learning]
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Learning Concepts and Research Approaches - The 21st century presents a different world than that of the 19th or even 20th centuries. Humans have continuously learned to move through eras. Mankind negotiated the leap from the industrial to the information age with relative ease. The advent of the knowledge age brings new challenges. Qualifications that satisfied the requirements of the past centuries give way to assessments relating to the ability to learn and bend with industry change. The human capacity to learn is paramount in economic success and the ability of the individual in reaching full potential in the home, at work, or in his community at large....   [tags: knowledge acquisition, learning, performance]
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Hearing Impairment and Learning Disability - ... Given the major etiologies currently related to hearing impairment it might be predicted that a somewhat higher proportion of children with hearing impairment, than hearing children that suffer from additional learning problems. It is generally accepted that fifty percent of early childhood hearing impairment in the United States is heredity. Over sixty different types of hereditary hearing impairment are known. There are known genetic syndromes associated with hearing impairment with some other traits....   [tags: hearing impairment, learning disability] 589 words
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The Inquiry Approach to Learning - Inquiry is an interactive way of learning. Students are actively engaged in their studies. Inquiry involves student-centered activities focusing on questioning, exploring, and posing explanations. The goal of inquiry is to introduce a new way of learning where students can learn about the world around them through active engagement in real-life examples. Inquiry based learning can be incorporated into all academic subjects throughout the curriculum. Science could possibly be the most effective subject to incorporate inquiry....   [tags: Education, teaching, learning styles]
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Training, Learning, and Development Environment - In today’s training, learning, and development environment the need for continuous training in the workplace needed now, more than ever. Organizations see the importance of training and apply training in different aspects in the workplace. Employers and employee apply many knowledge, skills, and abilities in the workplace. On the job, training and motivation are also important factor that contribute to the training experience. Training, learning, and development play a major role in organizations....   [tags: motivation, OJT, KSA's, learning]
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Learning Disabilities Assessment and Interventions - The topic of assessment alone raises many debated discussions, among teachers, and to add Special Education students into the polemical dialogue intensifies the debate. As a result, there are several alternative methods in assessing Special Education students within the learning environment. Professionals have created specifically designated techniques in helping these and all students achieve academic success. The authors, Peter Wright and Pamela Darr Wright, of the article Tests and Measurements for the Parent, Teacher, Advocate and Attorney; discuss several assessment approaches but none more polemical than norm referenced and criterion referenced tests (2007)....   [tags: special education, learning disabled] 1481 words
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The Art of Collaborative Learning - As young adults in college we learn many tools that we will use and take back out into the world. Among these tools, the most important is independence. Independence means losing the training wheels that mentors have given students, and using the information they have provided them to create a life. Mentors guide college students into becoming the adults they will be one day. Even though students may not be independent while they are receiving help from mentors, mentors give the students the ability and confidence to eventually be on their own....   [tags: Critical Thinking, Collaborated Learning]
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My Learning Style - This paper will identify which of the Kolb learning styles best suits me and why I think so. It will also give some examples from my past and present to support these findings. After determining, the learning styles that best fit me and completing an inventory exercise, I have concluded that I learn best using audio and visual techniques in the learning process. I agree with everything this exercise has brought to light. I never knew that these styles were the meaning by which I learned. I have also included examples as to how I see the use and benefits of these learning styles in my career....   [tags: Learning Styles]
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Is E-Learning Effective? - As a trainer for a Health Trust it is my role to train all members of medical and non-medical employees how to use the clinical system. There has been a change in the clinical database by way of a new innovative system named Lorenzo which resulted in over 1000 employees being retrained on how to access the new clinical system to record their patient activity. The project began by requesting all members of staff to attend mandatory computer training as a requirement of their job specifications. As this was a vast process the training was divided in to clinical training and administrative training....   [tags: teaching, learning]
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Andragogy: Adult Learning Theory - First Subtopic: The History and Conceptualization of Andragogy Edward Lindeman is thought by many to be the founder of contemporary adult education. His work in the area of adult education included the writing of articles, books, public presentations, assistance in the collegiate system as a lecturer of social work and as an associate pastor in the church (Brookfield 1986). Lindeman and Martha Anderson traveled to observe and analyze the German Folk High School system and the worker’s movement. Consequently, Lindeman and Anderson’s comparative research lead to the breakthrough of the German perception of andragogy....   [tags: Theory of Adult Learning ]
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Overview of Student Learning - Every student has their own preference for learning, whether it is visual instruction, auditory instruction, or kinesthetic instruction. Whichever their learning style is, teachers’ core responsibility is to instruct their students in the subject matter in a way for them to understand. At the same time, teachers must make sure that students are genuinely learning the content. There are teachers who assume these types of instructions are sufficient enough to ensure that students are learning. However, student learning goes beyond direct instruction....   [tags: education, student learning]
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College Freshman Learning Communities - Freshman learning communities (FLC) are programs where 15 to 30 first-year students register for several general-education courses that focus on a common theme (Jaffee, 2004). Although there are several different types of learning communities, they all are designed for the same purposes. One of the main purposes in implementing freshman learning communities is to assist the students in their transition to a new environment. This acclimation involves becoming better acquainted with the other students, faculty members, campus culture, and academic expectations....   [tags: higher Education, higher learning]
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Enabling and Assessing Learning - Section One: Learning Theories Various learning theories are nested within my lessons, particularly in Drama and Dance subjects where both theoretical and practical aspects are embedded within one lesson. Firstly, Pavlov, Skinner and Thorndyke’s Behaviourist theory will be discussed (Fairclough 2008). Thorndyke’s experiment on animals (Avis et al, 2010) to encourage ‘learned’ behaviour was through a process of trial and error, rewarding animas with food if they were successful in their task. This taught them to purposefully behaviour in a certain way towards reaching successful goals and effectively being rewarded....   [tags: Enabling and Assessing Learning ]
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Learning Environment and Mindset - The focus of this research is to investigate how the learning environment could contribute to fostering a growth mindset with students. Too many students are focused on the final grade received on an assignment rather than identifying and learning from the patterns of their mistakes. I believe that a positive learning environment can help shift students’ approach to learning by obtaining a growth mindset. A positive learning environment is one in which students feel safe and comfortable with making mistakes....   [tags: students, grade, learning process]
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Technology Enhanced Learning Failures - Most modern institutions have embraced the need for technology enhanced education in the past few years. The young people born around 1985 to 1995 were introduced to the new technology at their early stage in life. Furthermore, there has been a great competition within institutions of higher learning where they have embraced the new technology to fight what they term as traditional ways of teaching. The education sector has been influenced greatly by the advancement in technology globally leading creation of learning practices like e-learning (Lee & Cher , 2013, pp....   [tags: higher learning, technology enhanced]
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Learning Module for Employees - These learning objectives are provided to give the employee a better understanding of what will be taught and learned through this orientation course. These objectives are just the very basic to what will be taught. Assessments and Measurements There will be two areas in which the company will asses and measure where or not the employee understands the information in this module to the extent that the organization needs. • Formative evaluations- With these evaluations the supervisors and the company will be periodically handing out quizzes throughout the course....   [tags: Learning Objectives, Assessments]
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Learning Disabilities and Political Correctness - There are some groups and organizations like “Abilities,” a Canadian lifestyle magazine for disabled people, have provided some guidelines on the correct terminology to be used for the individuals with disabilities. Most of this information makes sense and is easy for a writer to implement, but sometimes individuals or organizations can go overboard in their demands for political correctness. There are several guiding principles that writers can use to determine which terminology will be acceptable to most people who have or deal with people with disabilities (Fallotz, 2009)....   [tags: genetic fallacy, learning, snob approach]
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Helping Elements for Children with Learning or Communication Disability - In choosing lesson plans to examine it was determined to use lesson plans bases around a science topic. It is believe that science tends to allow for flexible lessons plans that are engaging for students. Lesson plans from 9th grade, 7th Grade, and Kindergarten were review that evaluated aspects of plant life. In the initial review of the three lesson plans they all seem fun and well put together for students learning experience. After further review based on the objective of this lesson there we seen some areas that would deem challenging for children with learning disability and/or communication disabilities....   [tags: student learning, classroom adaptation, learning]
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Theories on Human Learning and Cognitive Development in Young Children - Learning is the keystone to American society. It has brought society trough times of economic darkness, religious revival and social instability. Learning has always been debated in the context of when does the learning start in human development, Is learning the result of nature taking its course as was argued by rationalist like Plato and Rene Descartes. According to (Bee&Boyd, 2007) Rationalist view point on education is entrenched in the idea that ( “knowledge is inborn”). On the other end of the spectrum you have Empiricists like John Locke who believed that learning was something someone would have to teach a child, he believed a child had no previous inclinations about anything and, t...   [tags: learning, education] 749 words
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Impact of transformational leadership on organizational learning - Organizational Learning (OL) Literature reveals that OL improves the development by introducing new expertise, output or commercialism. Nonaka & Takuchi (1995) argued that learning is vital for product innovation which means that it is not limited to only acquisition and retention of knowledge but it is used to get the required outcomes. Knowledge oriented view of the organizations argue that knowledge and learning capacity influence the organizational performance and also direct the firm to achieve sustainable and continuous competitive advantage (Zhang, 2008)....   [tags: Business, Organizational Learning] 2501 words
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Government's Responsibility to Help the Learning Disabled - Over 3.1 million people in Canada have a learning disability. Eventually 35 percent of our kids who do no receive help with their disability will drop out of high school; 2 percent will complete a year college program. What does the government do to help these kids with their learning problems. Nothing; and this need to change. Picture yourself sitting in a classroom. The teacher calls on you to read the first paragraph of chapter one. You look at the text and suddenly start seeing the words floating around and you’re stuttering on each word not knowing what you are reading, while on looking peers laugh and giggle at your every mistake....   [tags: learning disability, special education] 594 words
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The Most Common Types of Learning Disabilities - Throughout this course, we have discussed a lot about the different types of learning disabilities that are present. One of the most common types of learning disabilities is called dyslexia. Within this writing, we shall discuss what dyslexia is, causes of this learning disability, the different types of dyslexia, the types of signs one can look for to identify a possibility of this learning disability, areas of life this learning disability affects, strategies to cope with this learning disability, strengths of this learning disability and some interesting facts and statistics....   [tags: dyslexia, magnocelluar, learning]
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Orienting Response, Habituation and Perceptual Learning - Stimuli bombards the mind of the individual throughout the day, and the mind translates the information into knowledge in a seemingly effortless manner. Multiple human sensory input vies for the individual’s attention simultaneously (Matlin, 1998). The process humans use to gather and interpret stimuli registered by their senses incorporates previous knowledge, attention, and pattern recognition (Robinson & Robinson, 2008). The concept of the orienting response (OR) and habituation enables an analysis of the factors of habituation and perceptual learning....   [tags: cognitive psychology, learning]
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The Social-Emotional Aspects of Teaching and Learning - This essay aims to critically evaluate, compare, contrast and criticize, and integrate theories, strategies and skills from the Humanist, Psychodynamic and Behaviourist perspective. This essay will discuss Maslow, Rogers’, Freudian and Skinner’s approaches to understand how counselling theories may be used by teachers and other staff for supporting children and young people in terms of their social and emotional well-being within the educational context, and the factors that influence their use....   [tags: Social and Emotional Aspects of Learning]
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Social Learning - Within the realm of psychology, a plethora of theories exist that offer explanations about people. A learning theory attempts to explain how people and animals learn, whereas the social learning theories take to a different level; they attempt to explain how organisms learn in social settings. Three important concepts of Bandura’s social learning theory include observational learning, modeling, and imitation. Many factors take part in the way people behave and think. We learn concepts and ideas not only through hands-on learning but also through observational learning as well....   [tags: Learning Theory] 1224 words
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Strengthening the Learning Process through Music - Introduction: Music is said to influence the process of thinking and learning by motivating the student to think better, analyze faster and work more efficiently. Studies have shown that just listening to music is beneficial. However, it is the participating fully in music, the singing and playing of music that strengthens the learning process. Exposure through lessons and other activities may help students to explore and boost their confidence and help them achieve more success in their endeavors....   [tags: education, confidence, learning techniques]
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Preschoolers: Learning Capabilities Analysis - Problem solving. Within society, people are constantly solving problems whether it’s simple or complex; and young preschooler are not exempted. Thought their problems during this time may seem mediocre to adults but children do have this issue and are exceptionally better at solving these problem because of their willingness. Children can be taught problem-solving skills during the regular course of each day through modeling, coaching and adult assistance. Before beginning a problem-solving process, it is important for the child to know that there is a problem....   [tags: problem solving, social learning, preschoolers]
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Poly, Small Learning Communities - Long Beach Polytechnic High School (Poly) has a very interesting strategy used in some large school; Poly along with the rest of the LBUSD school district has instituted small learning communities that divide Poly into seven small learning communities (SLC) (Long Beach Polytechnic High School). These SLCs divide the students by interests and academic achievement towards particular fields and further education. All students have to be in one SLC by applying to the one they want to be in when they first go to school....   [tags: teaching, culture, learning, diversity, education]
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Young Children's Learning - This assignment will describe some of the ways young children learn, it will also identify some of the key areas of learning and features of an effective curriculum; it will also describe the understanding role of practitioner’s in supporting young children in the curriculum. The area of curriculum that will be looked at is the Early Years foundation staged curriculum (EYFS) and the key area of learning will be the communication, language and literacy, focusing more on the literacy (writing). Some of the key features of young children’s learning in the writing area include books, mark making, flash cards, painting, magnetic letters, puppets, storytelling, singing role play etc Ferreiro and T...   [tags: Learning, Education, Effective Curriculum]
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