Active learning
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...Active Learning Recently, the learning experience I have gained has made a remarkable change in the way I approach learning and deal with people. I can claim that the change has made me transition into a more mature learner and would definitely help me in dealing with future challenges in my career. The experience relates to the idea of Reg Revan’s Action Learning, which we applied in fulfilling an important academic requirement for the (Course/Subject) class. In this paper, I will expound on the learning I had and the insights I gained, and relate the relevance of Action Learning to my experience. As part of the requirements of the course (Name), we were assigned as a group... ?Reflective Essay on...
Active Learning Module 7
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...actively voyaging for gay young males and trapping them in his home where he would rape, torture and murder them. Gacy would get to lure young males by posting job opening at his construction firm, and ensnaring them to his home on the pretext of discussing the job openings. Once the young men were in his house, Gacy would subdue them, knocking them unconscious and start his grisly acts of rape, torture, and killing. In 1980, Gacy... Criminal profile of John Wayne Gacy John Wayne Gacy, the renowned killer clown can be considered to be a power control killer. His main objective was to advance and exert power over his victims. He was convicted of murder, rape, and torture of thirty three males in the...
Active teaching strategy
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...Active Teaching Strategy INTRODUCTION: The active learning strategy that can be incorporated for teaching the nursing are a game. The reason for choosing a game is that psychologically we tend to perform better in a competitive environment and also studies have soon shown enhanced brain function with lesser amount of stress when the activity being performed by the person is mentally stimulating rather than tiring. Keeping this philosophy into consideration the idea that I like to propose for active learning is that of "ten questions". THE GAME: Ten questions is a very simple game, the...
Active/Reflective Listening
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...Active listening An introduction to Active/Reflective Listening Definition Techniques to conducting proper Active Reflective Listening Top ten active listening skills Stop talking while listening Creating a permissive environment Showing interest Removing distractions from the background Empathizing with speaker Being patient Holding temper Avoiding arguments Asking questions Stop talking while listening Personal learning from this research Characteristics of active learning Plan to apply the findings in the future career as an officer in the US Army References Active Listening An introduction to Active/Reflective Listening Active listening can be defined as a structured way to listen... ?Outline Active...
Online Learning
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...learning. The US Department of Education acknowledges this in New York iSchool, where the approach has worked effectively (Bakia, et al 2012). Instructors in both online and classroom learning should engage their students in active learning. This guarantees them successful educational outcomes. In the classroom, an instructor should spare considerable time for the students to engage in discussions, group work, and various assessments. This allows for deeper learning for the students. On the other hand, instructors in the online learning should encourage interactive...
Learning tool
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...active learning process where ideas and concepts come alive. Videos elicit responses which lead to an interactive learning experience. Assessment Criteria (to be completed by tutor) Demonstrate of insight on the topic / concept Effectiveness in enhancing students’ learning Complexity of the topic/concept being illustrated Application – for example, any insightful suggestions for how this might be used... MANAGEMENT IN CONTEXT Assessment 3 – Learning Tool (25 Please indicate a resource and how it might be used to illustrate the topics/concepts withinmanagement in context. . Name: Grade: Submitting the assignment constitutes agreement for your idea to be potentially shared...
Literacy
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...active learning through absolute participation in knowledgeable programs. In my opinion, Literacy entails various scopes that define an individual’s prowess to read and write. The elements of literacy include various individual learning skills that depict various communication capabilities. Additionally, the scope entails presentation of viewpoints and ideologies within various interaction levels. The debate on literacy acquires attracts mixed reaction within given... Literacy Literacy refers to an individual’s ability to read and write within a given context. The term literacy also includes other scopes of analyzing, thinking and comprehending knowledge. As such, a given individual engages in active...
Summary
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...ACTIVE LEARNING ON COLLEGE UNIVERSUTY DEPARTURE PROCESS Nearly one-half of students entering two-year College and more than 28.5% of the students entering fourth-year collegiate institutions leave at the end of their first year. These are attributed to the following four factors: First is the student entry characteristics which affect the level of initial commitment to the institution. These include; family background, individual attributes and pre-college schooling experiences. The subsequent level of commitment to the institution is influenced by the initial level of commitment to the institution, extent of a student’s integration into social communities... Number: THE INFLUENCE OF ACTIVE...
Psychology Experiment on learning by doing vs learning by viewing
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...learning by doing (active learning process) and learning by viewing (passive learning process), a study presented by Akinoğlu and Tandoğan is considered related. The said research that was conducted dealt with the problem-based active learning specifically in Science education. The main target of the said study is the determination of the importance of active concept learning in the science education (Akinoğlu and Tandoğan 71). The hypothesis has been tested through the application of both quantitative research process (through data gathering in the pre and post tests and treatments in the control groups) and qualitative research process through the data analysis. The data gathering... Psychology...
Active LNG 4 & 5 CRJ 520II
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...ACTIVE LEARNING 5 CRJ 520 DANIEL ACHEOMPONG Discuss your thoughts on the articles and their implications to the field of corrections The focus of both articles was on Motivational Interviewing (MI). Motivational Interviewing is an important intervention that aims to encourage people to commit to goals for change, and is commonly used by corrections personnel (McMurran, 2009). According to Miller and Rollnick (2002), "Motivational Interviewing is an empirically supported intervention approach thought to build motivation by facilitating client recognition and resolution of ambivalence about changing behavior." Motivational Interviewing was originally used as...
Pricing the Flagships
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...Active Learning on the College Student Departure Process: Toward a Revision of Tinto’s Theory by John Braxton, Jeffrey Milem and Anna Sullivan (2000) focuses on how active learning affects college student departure rates. The authors argue that unlike the idea of academic integration proposed by Tinto which focuses on the experiences of a student with the academic system and communities, active learning involves the activities that help in academic integration. Therefore, active learning and academic integration are not interchangeable. According to the authors, active learning helps to enhance the students’ understanding of course content, and students who encounter... Summaries In a paper by Michael...
Collaborative learning
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...learning tool in the study process. Nonetheless, I will support this perception through research in this paper. 2.0 Discussion  2.1 Advantages of Collaborative Learning Different factors support collaborative learning as a learning tool. These form the basis for different researchers and scholars recommending it as a tool in the learning process. There are a number of advantages associated with this method of learning. According to Davies (2009), group work promotes "deep" learning as opposed to “surface” learning, it promotes "active" learning, which is opposed to "passive" learning, and it allows experimental and cooperative learning and allows peer groups help students provide them... ? Collaborative...
Lesson Planning: Needs Assessment Learning Objectives
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...Learning Objectives Context: Community Health Target Learners: Parents of obese/overweight teenagers Purpose: To equip parents with a heightened awareness of how to plan and monitor their children’s physical activities by providing means for physical activity Goal: Parents will monitor the physical activity of their children and provide proper means for them to get rid of obesity problems Length of Lesson: two Saturdays (9-12, 1-4; total: 12 hours) Objectives Content Outline Method of Instruction Time Allotted Resources Method of Evaluation Following a 12-hour session (2 Saturdays), the participants will be able to: Enumerate factors and problems as regards... ?Lesson Planning: Needs Assessment and...
Article Summary
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...Active Learning on the College Departure Process Approximately half who attend two-year colleges and almost one-third of those who attend four-year colleges drop out after the first year of study. Tinto’s interactionalist theory of college student departure has been assessed by many scholarly writers. Active learning is one area where a student’s knowledge of course content can increase, thus causing them to not drop out. Tinto specifically focused on cooperative learning within the college student departure process. This study utilized three different surveys (orientation, during fall semester, and during spring semester) with 718 first-year students at a particular university... The Influence of Active ...
Learning Models and Theories
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...learn. This learning theory relates to the philosophies of Dewey and Rousseau, and draws an inspiration from Piaget and Vygotsky. This theory asserts that individuals derive their own knowledge and understanding by experiencing things and drawing a reflection on the reference experiences (The University of Sydney, 2013). In this theory, individuals take an active role in solving problems and thinking critically about a relevant learning activity. The constructivist-learning model applies most efficiently in experiential learning where students construct their own knowledge with the instructor’s guidance, which enable them to solve problems that are more complex. However, this model is more... ? Learning...
Learning styles
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...learning styles of students. There are four main styles of learner, identified by Kolb and developed his Learning Style Inventory (LSI) to establish an individuals relative emphasis on each of the four styles. Kolbs LSI is based on the work of John Dewey, Kurt Lewin, and Jean Piaget. John Dewey emphasized the need for learning to be grounded in experience. Kurt Lewin stressed the importance of active learning, and Jean Piaget articulated a theory of intelligence as the result of the interaction of a person and his or her environment (Jarvis, Holford, Griffin, 2003, 171). Kolbs learning style model... Running Head: LEARNING STYLE Learning Styles of the of the Learning Styles Learning Style in Accountancy...
Three Strategies to Meet Learning Needs of Today's Online Learners
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...learning procedure. This paper will discuss three main strategies that can improve the overall outcome of e-learning program and learners’ attitude to online learning. Strategies First of all, the instructional objectives and curriculum activities of the program must par with the online learning environment, because unlike traditional teacher-centered classrooms, online learning environment is much broader with extensive sources and easy access to information. Hence, for an online teacher, it is unlikely to gain student’s dependency, and instead the teacher has to admit student’s autonomy to a great extent in order for maintaining good teacher-learner relationship... ? Three Strategies to Meet the...
Blending learning and ICT systems
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...learning would allow for the maximization of the course effectiveness and this would be through matching the best methodology for each of the verified and defined course parts. Face-to-face classes, a typical traditional methodology, and technique, would be suited for classroom activities such as coaching, feedback on activities, exercises and paper-based tests. These often... Blending learning and ICT systems By: Blending learning and ICT systems Blended learning involves the pedagogical integration of e-Learning or ICT with traditional learning & teaching approaches with the primary aim of combining the benefits of both classical classroom training and that of the e-learning. It is a combination of...
Learning Review
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...learning abilities. In order to utilise the finding in my learning process, I started note taking during class. The notes were not simple writings, but were charts and diagrams when possible, and I tried to keep them colorful and visually attractive. In addition, I started using a pencil to take notes while in class, and the use of pencil allowed me to make corrections when necessary. Admittedly, this process was facilitated by the small, seminar-like class. All these factors helped me employ the active learning approach as suggested by Cottrell (2008, p. 83). However, there was an issue that came up at this stage. I often ended up taking too much notes that I found very... Learning Review The beginning ...
E-learning
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...learning experience. On the contrary, other students just need a computer and the internet, and they are good to go. One of the learning styles developed by Spurlin and Felder in 2005 proposes the implementation of four dimensions of learning: (1) active and reflective; (2) sensing and intuitive; (3) visual and verbal; and sequential and global. In this learning style models, learners tend to understand and retain information by being active in the learning process. The activeness includes discussions and explaining the learned concepts and theories to others. Learners who are used to this style... HOW DOES AN INDIVIDUAL STYLE PREFERENCE INFLUENCE THE EXTENT TO WHICH E-LEARNING CAN BE AN EFFECTIVE TOOL? ...
Teaching and Learning- English Literacy
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...active learning environment. Gone are the days of teacher-centered instruction where teachers served as mentors or the main sources of information in the classroom. In this type of instruction, the teacher provides information to the students who basically listen to, and learn from what the teacher provides through discussion. In such situation, the students' role, which is often characterized by listening and thinking, is limited while the teacher's role is very significant, being the main source of knowledge or information. Sadly, it follows that in this kind of instruction... ?Grammar Lessons for Maldivian room Trends in education have paved ways to restructuring the curriculum to address needs for...
Applying theories to learning
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...learning Introduction Learning theories explore how the human mind acquires knowledge. They encompass relatively enduring change in the behaviour, which includes both observable activity and internal processes. For example, thinking, attitudes, and emotions of an individual; it is also grounded in the person’s experiences or discoveries. The processes of experience and discovery result to a fresh understanding of the world is inclusive of oneself and others and enable individuals to transform data from experience into organizing information. This paper explores the relevance and impact of learning theories, especially in relation to my personal practice within a secondary... ? Applying theories to...
Learning with educational games
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...active learning by focusing on the attention of students. The enthusiasm of the students to learn and think can be enhanced through the idea of fun learning. Therefore, educational games and some activities in the textbooks are good learning strategies that help students in overcoming problems of information reception and acceptance. Learning with educational games These are activities performed by students in order to develop their mental and physical abilities and also bring them fun and entertainment. In addition, learning with educational games helps students to acquire knowledge (Al-Ghamadi, 2009). The importance of Learning with educational games Play, as a part of learning, has... Learning with...
Comparing and contrasing web and class learning
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...learning information differs with higher intrinsic workload therefore requires that the students maintains high concentration. Direct supervision ensures that the student remains focused and understand complicated concepts. In spite of the load content, the web student should be his own supervisor. In places with low technology, web learning cannot be applied as there would be no access to internet and other required factors (Prunuske, 2012). In conclusion, web learning is better than the classroom learning. Works Cited Prunuske, Amy, et al. "Using Online Lectures to Make Time for Active Learning." Genetics 1.1 (2012): 1-21. Print.... We all go to schools to seek more knowledge which is a treasure that...
Constructivist Learning and VLEs
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...learning is essentially the responsibility of students and that a student builds on the prior knowledge of a subject, exploring and processing new information and addressing misconceptions, thereby promoting the student’s question-asking behaviour. Vygotsky’s Social Constructivism focuses on the social transactions of the mind and its acculturation into a community. The theory considers learning activities as “relevant, meaningful and both product and process oriented” with in learning environments that demonstrate real-world complexities. The social constructivist learning theory encourages group-based learning involving idea sharing, discussion, questioning... Constructivist Learning and VLEs...
Problem-based Learning (PBL)
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...Learning (PBL) Problem-based Learning (PBL) Introduction Problem based learning is a centered learning process where students learn about a particular subject on the basis of their problem solving experiences rather than theoretical concepts. As Oldenburg and Hung (2010) define, “problem based learning is a method that involves small groups of individuals who work together on a task representative of real life phenomena”. The authors add that this student-centered pedagogy is based on the concept that students must be actively engaged in their own learning process. Although this concept was initially used by the medical school of thought, today it is widely employed in the field... ? Problem-based...
ESI Active Directory Configuration
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...Learning, March 2, 2009. p.393 Microsoft (2010). Active Directory Design Guide: Version 2.0.0.0. USA & UK: Microsoft Corporation and National Health Service, February 26, 2010. Rommel, Florian (2009a). Active Directory Design Principles – Part I. Microsoft Networking & Telephony. August 2009. Viewed October 1, 2012 @ http://www.packtpub.com/article/active-directory-design-principles-part-1 Rommel, Florian (2009b). Active Directory Design Principles – Part 2. Microsoft Networking & Telephony. August 2009. Viewed October 1, 2012 @ http://www.packtpub.com/article/active-directory-design-principles-part-2... ?ESI Active Directory Configuration Elliott’s Solutions Inc. finally decided on its IP Scheme, Domain ...
Active listening in counseling
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...learn the client's story. Active listening implies incredible understanding towards the client's verbal and non-verbal messages. It involves "being with" the client, both physically and psychologically, in order to communicate empathy (Egan, 1990). In the active -listening process, the counselor uses both verbal and non-verbal cues and signals to recognize and identify the client's core messages and cognitive patterns. The counselor continually asks the question, "What is it that the client wants me to understand" the tasks takes persistence and concentration. It is imperative that counselor... Active Listening in Counseling Active listening encompasses purpose of listening during counseling, when...
Active Directory Policy
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...Learning, March 2, 2009. p.393 Microsoft (2010). Active Directory Design Guide: Version 2.0.0.0. USA & UK: Microsoft Corporation and National Health Service, February 26, 2010. Rommel, Florian (2009a). Active Directory Design Principles – Part I. Microsoft Networking & Telephony. August 2009. Viewed October 1, 2012 @ http://www.packtpub.com/article/active-directory-design-principles-part-1 Rommel, Florian (2009b). Active Directory Design Principles – Part 2. Microsoft Networking & Telephony. August 2009. Viewed October 1, 2012 @ http://www.packtpub.com/article/active-directory-design... ESI Active Directory Configuration Elliott’s Solutions Inc. finally decided on its IP Scheme, Domain DNS Configuration, ...
Adult learning and development theories applied to military education
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...learning theory through its concepts that promote reflection, among learners, of their experience, meditation upon the experiences, and integration of the experiences and learnt concepts for a new perspective. Advisory and counseling initiatives are other major components of educational programs and apply to adult education. The adult learner prefers an active approach to knowledge development and requires guidance rather than basic teaching that younger learners may need. Transformational learning theory, through its constructivism perspective, explains educators’ role in empowering learners towards potentials and skills for knowledge acquisition... ? Adult learning and development theories applied to...
Best Learning Practices
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...Learning Practices 2nd October Best Learning Practices Education is largely concernedwith the cognitive knowledge domain. Highly qualified instructors use a set of best practices that shape student learning and success. During an Independent Practice, students will have a chance of reinforcing skills and synthesizing their new understanding by completing an assignment on their own, without the teachers guidance. When writing the Independence Practice part of the Lesson Plan, the teacher should include activities that the students will be able to fill out on their own basing on his/her observations during a guided practice. The teacher should also offer independent practice repeatedly so... ,...
Classroom observation
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...learning objective and targets, visual aids and actions and activities. Each of the three methods observed will be explained and described in this paper. Method One: Learning Objectives and Targets Learning objectives and targets refer to the lesson or end result that teachers establish for the day’s lesson (Moss and Brookhart, 2012). According to the learning target theory of action, the learning objective and target should be established in a way that includes... room Observation By Introduction My room observation took place at Saint Vincent, a Catholic primary school. I observed year three. Overall, I observed three methods used for engaging children in the classroom. The three methods were...
Learning By Doing and Using Instructional Technologies
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...learning by doing and using instructional technologies. The paper will explore the theories of learning and teaching relative to instructional technologies. Introduction of microcomputers and internet has greatly influenced teaching and learning. Technology motivates students to learn since it encourages use of hands-on-technology activities making learners more autonomous. Appropriate use of technology in teaching motivates students since encourages creative methods of learning and enables students to remain attentive. Use of technology... Learning By Doing and Using Instructional Technologies Learning By Doing and Using Instructional Technologies Introduction Learning is a process that involves inter...
Learning By Doing and Using Instructional Technologies
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...learning by doing and using instructional technologies. The paper will explore the theories of learning and teaching relative to instructional technologies. Introduction of microcomputers and internet has greatly influenced teaching and learning. Technology motivates students to learn since it encourages use of hands-on-technology activities making learners more autonomous. Appropriate use of technology in teaching motivates students since encourages creative methods of learning and enables students to remain attentive. Use of technology for teaching affects the learning process in different... Learning By Doing and Using Instructional Technologies Introduction Learning is a process that involves intera...
Review of Research Literature: Annotations
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...Active Learning Improve Students' Knowledge of and Attitudes Toward Research Methods?  Journal of College Science Teaching, 40(4), 38-45.  This quantitative study examined 54 first-year students majoring in sports medicine enrolled in a required undergraduate research methods course during the spring 2009 semester. Each student was randomly selected. The students were administered a pre and post course Likert scale questionnaire to examine their attitudes and content knowledge for research methods. The authors contemplated that the lecture format has historically... ? Review of Research Literature: Annotations Sheila Cuffy Walden Review of Research Literature: Annotations Campisi, J., & Finn, K.  . Does...
Learning journal
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...learns most out of seeing and activity, as from the results which he should put much into so that they can impact his life as an academic and a professional. Any good learner with a strategy will identify specific methods (one of them being a main method) that they will use for their personal learning experience and simply apply these methods with Kolb’s cycle. From this a lot can be achieved including Student As goals and aims in both worlds (academic and professional). Moreover, the mindset of a person also matters in any learning situation and a matter of fact the best mind set is one that has room for growth and not the fixed mindset (Carol 2007). In this case... College: Development Needs Analysis...
Revising a learning space
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...learning space A learning space is a zone in physical or virtual space in which some method of exploration could be conducted. Learning spaces are very important when it comes to School designing. This is because the way a school is designed may have some impact on the way students learn. There is therefore a great need by the architects to integrate the school with the learning environment while designing these schools to improve the efficiency and the effectiveness of education (Gee). Before setting up a learning space in any learning institute, one should consider both formal and informal spaces. Formal spaces There is need to reconfigure the physical space for a variety of active... Revising a...
Productive assessment
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...Active Learning concept is a learning technique that is used heavily within the assessment task. Active learning, according to El Paso Community College instructor Diane Starke, is the concept of having students participate directly in experimentation in order to permit them to experience the conclusions they arrive at as opposed to relying on lecture and “passive” listening as the primary instrument of the learning process. In the assessment task, the student Donald was asked to go out and price compact disc (CD) models. This technique is an example of the “Doing” component of the Active Learning concept. Instead of the instructor explaining the technique of how to develop... ?Productive Assessment The...
Review of Research Literature: Annotations
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...Active Learning Improve Students Knowledge of and Attitudes Toward Research Methods?  Journal of College Science Teaching, 40(4), 38-45.  This quantitative study examined 54 first-year students majoring in sports medicine enrolled in a required undergraduate research methods course during the spring 2009 semester. Each student was randomly selected. The students were administered a pre and post course Likert scale questionnaire to examine their attitudes and content knowledge for research methods. The authors contemplated that the lecture format has historically... Review of Research Literature: Annotations Sheila Cuffy Walden Review of Research Literature: Annotations Campisi, J., & Finn, K.  . Does...
Cognition & Learning
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...actively monitor their learning strategies and resources. This statement is consistent with the readings, meaning, it is generally true. Involving the students...  Cognition and Learning 1. Our senses capture the exact state of the world around us and store this information in working memory so that the mind can analyze it. This statement is at variance, meaning, generally false. Actually, there are many points to consider coming up with this verdict. Essentially, the word “exact” implies an absolute claim. In reality, our senses cannot capture the “exact state” of the world around us. Even our eyes cannot capture everything on the visual field. Embedded in the retina is the fovea centralis, which is ...
Learning Processes Paper
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...Learning Processes Table of Contents Definition of Learning……………………………………………...2 2. Knowledge and Learning…………..……………………………….2 3. Strategies on learning………………………….……………………2 4. Theories of learning a. Behaviourism…………………………………………….2 b. Cognitive…….…………………………………………...2 c. Constructivism…………………………………………....2 7. Questions………………………………………………………………3 Driscoll stated “a persisting change in human performance or performance potential…[which] must come about as a result of the learner’s experience and interaction with the world” (Driscoll, 2000). Learning connotes attainment of a terminal objective,...
Service Learning Report
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...active learning experiencing increased classroom participation by the end of the Service Learning project. I developed a higher sense of flexibility as compared to the time prior to this project. Students are highly unpredictable and as a teacher, one has to make sure individual awkward situations do not interfere with the rest of the lesson/ activities. I am prepared to handle change in a better way which includes predicting, planning and effecting control measures that aim to deliver the primary objectives of the lesson. I have enhanced my team building and leading skills. This stems from appreciation of unique talents, skills and ability of students and linking them... Affiliation Service Learning...
Service Learning English Essay
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...activity provided by service learning will give both the student and teacher a unique opportunity to communicate and bond. This is possible in service learning because “Faculty, staff, and students are encouraged to interact with each other on multiple levels, not just in the classroom. “This is the sort of skills that teachers want from students – such as the ability to analyze and to think critically – require extensive factual knowledge. …. Factual knowledge must precede skill (Willingham, 2009:19). This openness to involving students and encouraging their contributions to the community, coupled with an institutional dedication to active learning concepts... ? The practice of ethical conduct and...
Learning Theory Into Practice Project
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...learning process more as compared to the classroom engagements as engaging with the players makes learning more active(Klassen & Willoughby, 2013). In addition, the probability of the students to progress in skill development and qualification improvement is high. Either this art of gaming connects knowledge of students to different areas of business something that lacks in the classroom (Klassen & Willoughby, 2013... Learning Theory Into Practice Project affiliation Sur In the world of business management today, business stimulation games are trending. They form the best and important way to teach and learn. These games are making learning of business more realistic thus putting it in the forefront in...
Assessment and Evaluation Strategies Learning
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...learning activity quiz is the best method since the student has the opportunity to prepare for in-class lectures by watching online lectures in a self-paced format. (Benjamin, Robbins, Kung, 2006) While in a group, the students will be asked... Assessment and Evaluation Strategies Learning HANDOUT Introduction: This is a hybrid learning program that combines face-to-face and on-line interaction between the students and educators (McFarlin, 2008). The students attend the first and last class of each course in a class room and log on to the on-line sessions in between. The students move through the program in learning groups. In this session assessment and evaluation strategies for FlexNet new health staf...
The Color Purple. Applying Adult Learning Theory Through Character Analysis
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...learns, through her interaction with Avery, of self-actualization potential and succeeds in developing a sewing enterprise from an assumed position of a part time activity for women who only perform domestic roles, to a profitable and established business that also gains her financial independence from her husband (Walker). The scope of Celie’s learning identifies the role of a moderator as Celie adopts an active learning approach in the process. In her interaction with Avery, Avery does not instruct Celie on what to do, neither does she tell her how to conduct herself, but the two women undergo the learning process... ?Applying adult learning theory through character analysis Many theories exist that...
Summary
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...active learning in determining the rate of student persistence and departure. According to the authors, active learning is found to have influence on student persistence or departure decisions. Various theoretical perspectives have been put forward to explain college student departure among which Tinto’s interactionalist theory of college student departure is found to be most important. Braxton, Sullivan, and Johnson (2000) recently assessed Tinto’s theory empirically and conceptually. According to the theory, student-entry characteristics like family background, individual attributes, precollege schooling experiences etc influence the level... ? (Assignment) Article Summary I McLendon, Hearn and Hammond ...
Final reflection
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...learning was greatly dimensioned by my participation and appreciation activities and learning tools. My learning experience has revolved around, reading writing, working with my peers and close reading and contextualization. All these factors are based on my experience in both learning and writing. Regardless of my efforts, my tutors play the most significant role in ensuring that I am exposed to the most appropriate learning and writing techniques. My participation is based on my willingness to learn and write and how I value my performance over specific periods. With the help of my tutors I have been able to assess my progress in both learning and writing... Personal reflection My experience in...
How does an individuals learning style preference influence the extent to which e-learning can be an effective learning tool?
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...learning styles developed by Spurlin and Felder in 2005 proposes the implementation of four dimensions of learning: (1) active and reflective; (2) sensing and intuitive; (3) visual and verbal; and (4) sequential and global. In this learning style models, learners tend to understand and retain information by being active in the learning process. The activeness includes discussions and explaining the learned concepts and theories to others. Students who are used to this style of learning may not prefer an e-learning method that does not allow them to interact and discuss with classmates (Littlejohn, 2003, p.15). The latter implies the use of video conferencing... E-Learning and Individual Learning Styles...
Learning Theories
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...learn routines in school will learn to keep a routine at home and eventually, in their professional field. With routines, performance and processes will be perfected. As part of everyday routine, students should greet the teacher and their classmates, check attendance by counting off (each should be assigned a class number), recite classroom rules, and report current news. The reporting of current events should be done in turns, based on the class number. These routine activities are supposed to prepare students for the day ahead, and to condition them to behave the way they should in school. Setting the mood of students is a must... ? Learning Theories Task 3 Learning Theory Task 3 A.  Discuss how your...
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