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  • Importance Of The Learning Styles Of Learning

    In CSS101 I began the process of venturing through my mind and I discovered far more about myself than I knew prior, I learned how to exercise my learning style in terms of skill development throughout the course of everyday learning. Learning across the lifespan has created a way for me to understand things in order to gain a deeper knowledge as I take the time necessary to explore a subject. Learning new ways to inform myself through acknowledging and understanding the best order to process information has made it easier to grasp the concept of information being provided. Going back to unit 5 where we learned about the three styles known as the VAK styles of learning, I was able to determine my primary learning style. The importance of knowing that I am a visual learner is good for me in terms of getting the most out of information given by applying it to learning in the most suitable way for me. Given the ability to learn things more so by visualizing it makes my learning process quicker when I see something done instead of just hearing it. By Knowing and understanding my primary style of learning I can apply it more effectively in different aspects of my life such as, professional, personal, and academically.…

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  • The Challenges Of Learning: Dyslexia And Learning

    I had a very hard time learning when I was in school. I have dyslexia and learning has not been easy for me. I would study for hours only to learn that I hadn 't retained anything. I was tested and put into a special needs classroom. I have struggled with dyslexia all my life but over the years I have learned how to read and better comprehend information. I have done a lot of research of what dyslexia is. Here is some valuable information that I had found about dyslexia. According to David…

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  • Learning: The Importance Of The Ownership Of Learning

    To me, “taking ownership of your learning” means being an independent and self-driven learner. It means that you don’t wait for a teacher to explain everything to you, but rather you work ahead and are motivated to teach yourself new concepts. A student who has taken ownership of their learning also comprehends that they alone are responsible for the understanding of the lessons that have been delivered to them; if they have questions, they ask them, rather than later blaming the teacher for not…

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  • The Importance Of Learning In Personalized Learning

    Years ago at a staff meeting, the presenter distributed an article with an image of a group of teachers running in a pack ahead of a schoolhouse. My coworker doodled a stick figure on it, labeled it “Natalie,” and said, “Natalie, wait up! Slow down!” I chucked, but in the years since, I have been supporting and working with my colleagues instead of running ahead of them. When I was asked to complete a 20time project as part of SDSU EDL 680 Seminar in Personalized Learning taught by Jeff…

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  • Cooperative Learning: The Success Of Cooperative Learning

    Introduction Cooperative learning is the concept of grouping and pairing students to achieve academic goals, but it is much more than that. To first understand what cooperative learning is, it must be understood by what it is as well as what it is not. True cooperative learning is not only pairing and sharing. It is the collaboration of all members of a group that fosters a better understanding of materials and/or skills by each member of the pair or group. In other words, it is not just…

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  • The Importance Of Learning And Cognitive Learning Theory

    Refer to my experiences of learning I followed a simple learning process that I called Prepare-Learn-Repeat which involved the cognitive learning process as perception, thinking and memory. This simple structure was worked. Prepare the lesson before the class started usually give me the idea about the contents of the lesson. I usually outline the main points to assist me to understand the new knowledge more efficiently. Then, following the teacher in the class to learn, I usually write down the…

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  • Coincidive Learning: Formal And Informal Learning

    accidental learning is at the heart of grown-up instruction due to its learner-focused center and the lessons that can be found out from background. In any case, learning for a fact is broad to the point that everything from Outward Bound exercises to organized PC recreations is incorporated in the definition. Formal learning is normally institutionally supported, classroom-based, and very organized. Informal learning, a classification that incorporates accidental…

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  • The Importance Of Learning Opportunities And Learning Environments

    One way to create learning opportunities and learning environments that are meaningful and useful is by having teachers that understand how learning occurs. One way teachers can create meaning and useful learning opportunities and learning environments is by using learning style inventories. Advocates of learning style assessments say that optimal instruction requires diagnosing an individual’s learning style and using the information from the assessment for optimal instruction. Learning…

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  • Social Learning: The Benefits Of Observational Learning

    Observational learning, also known as social learning is the act of learning by watching others. It is not just in mimicking behaviors, but retaining those behaviors and using them as one’s own behavior at a later time (Argosy Course Notes, 2015). For example, a teacher praises a child for getting the correct answer when matching flash cards, another child is observing this and two days later this child is asked to match the cards and correctly places it (Fryling, Johnson & Hayes, 2011).…

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  • Non-Learning And Non Learning Theory

    Non – learning theory 1. Bronfenbrenner’s Ecological theory - Microsystem: Teacher has authoritative teaching strategies by setting clear limits, enforce rules and expect mature behavior but warm with students. This will lead to positive relationship with students and enhance motivation. Non – Learning theory 1. Self-determination theory Intrinsic motivation is defined as the doing of an activity for its inherent satisfactions rather than for some separable consequence.  As a…

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