Applying Learning Theory to Life

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Effective training begins with managers who are able to create an environment that engages different learning types (multiple Intelligences). While it is important, to remember that none can be applied across the panel to all learners in all situations; nevertheless some interconnections are apparent. Blends of pedagogical and embracing various learning panaches help meet the need of a larger portion of the employees. Fundamentally vital is the well-defined material assembled in right sequences that must be presented in a simple positive language with the congruent flow optimally appropriate for the majority of the learners for better learning results. It is noteworthy, to recognize that language proficiency and fluency are not necessarily the hindrances for successful training to multicultural work place environments. It concludes that "Trainers/managers of employee choice" are not congenital yet they are trained by acquiring the required relevant knowledge, instruction and sincere practice of delivering the objective information in an optimum appropriate way to the personnel for effective training and learning (Jayakumar, 2010).

In addition, it is also essentially important that a training module be created in a systematic manner, relating to the various learning levels and multiple intelligences, so to reach and encompass all learning types. Behaviorism is the psychology theory initiated from John B. Watson, and is grounded on the belief that behaviors can be measured, modeled and trained, as well as manipulated and changed (Cherry, 2013). This theory of learning is established on the concept that all behaviors are acquired through conditioning. This conditioning is completed through the interaction with the environment an...

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