Susan Cain presented a 20 minute Ted Talk session explaining the differences between introverts and extroverts. In this video she defined, that introverts are people who learn more efficient when working alone or in small groups. They are generally quiet, but not shy, and tend to think better when doing things themselves. Where extroverts are outgoing, and work better in social situations, as they become more productive when working with others. Extroverts need to be social! Introverts need personal space!….Click Here to continue reading
I strongly agree with Brophy. People experience their life differently in one form or another. These differences impact the way they learn. e.g.; beliefs, interest levels, attitudes, knowledge, etc. We all have our personal reasons, motives or even excuses to learn or not to learn. Either way in order to gain knowledge…Click Here to continue reading.
“learning from one’s experience involves not just reflection, but critical reflection.”
This quote helped me understand that learning involves a deeper connection with oneself. In order to learn, you must look past the actual experience and start uncovering the causes of your knowledge, assumptions and beliefs. This will allow us to discover new meanings, which can impact who we are…Click Here to continue reading
In a flipped environment, instruction is delivered outside the classroom, using videos and/or other forms of technology. Class time is used to answer questions, complete assessments and preform practical tasks. This teaching style is reversed from conventional delivery methods.Click Here to continue reading.
Adults need to be faced with real life problems in order to effectively learn. They have no interest in learning a “subject based” topic that provides them useless information. Adults want immediate results. They want to learn valuable data now. Data which can be helpful and used towards problems they currently face. Not the problems that reside later in the future…Click Here to continue reading
I’ve personally learned that working hard gains success, but in order to be successful you must know how, and when to use these competencies. Each situation we face in life is unique. Some situations require many of these skills, where others may only need a few. It’s up to us to understand these moments and judge what skills are needed…. Click here to continue reading.