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Personal Reflection on Learning As a student, my ultimate aim is to learn. And like any other courses in specific academic programs, the marketing subject entails learning objectives that students are expected to learn at the end of the term. I can confidently say that I was able to do this on my end and I was able to be familiar with concepts and themes that are relevant to successfully imbibe the knowledge necessary in order to be a successful marketer in the future.
This paper explores my reflection on this particular aspect. The traditional method of teaching, which calls for a passive role from the part of the learners, has already been outdated and no longer considered the norm or the standard for best teaching practices. What this means is that in the classroom setting such as in my Marketing class, students are expected to participate and be part of the learning process. Gone were the days when learners wait to be spoon-fed with the subject's contents. That is widely accepted as ineffective. There are evidences that could attest to this fact and that the conventional demagoguery has been exchanged for the current more progressive approach in a logical progression of evolution in education. The prevailing idea is that learning should be experiential. The student, together with the teacher, explores and discovers concept and issues, which underpins a framework that is both engaging and effective especially in terms of achieving learning objectives. Learning a marketing concept, for instance, is not about the assimilation of a conceptual explanation of the teacher but the assimilation through the discovery of such concept, as facilitated by the instructor. ...
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