UNDERSTANDING HOW YOU LEARN

mangosteen's work chapter 2 from class 191ge101

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UNDERSTANDING HOW YOU LEARN by Mind Map: UNDERSTANDING HOW YOU LEARN

1. Scaffolding: provide framework to engage woth the task and keep right direction

2. The need of help and advice, aware of how others can help

3. LEARNING TO LEARN

3.1. The most important skill to you over time

3.1.1. You can continue to learn long after present studies

3.2. Do in personal time and in personal place

3.3. PERSONAL DEVELOPMENT PLAN

3.3.1. Should be going on in schools and universities and in the world of works

4. REFLECTING - USING LEARNING JOURNALS

4.1. WHY KEEP A LEARNING JOURNALS?

4.1.1. Help to move around the learning circle

4.2. THOUGHTS ON THE LEARNINGJOURNAL FORMAT

4.2.1. Electronic versus Hand-wriiten

4.2.2. Critical incident versus diary

5. ALBERT BANDURA: CONFIDENCE AND SELF-EFFICACY

5.1. CONFIDENCE: General sense of self-belief

5.2. SELF-EFFICACY (4 SOURSES): persive ability to achieve given result

5.2.1. Mastery experience

5.2.2. Vacarious experience

5.2.3. Social persuation

5.2.4. Psysiological state

6. CORGNITIVE APPRENTICESHIPS

6.1. LEARNING FROM OTHERS

6.2. LEVELS OF LEARING

6.2.1. Fading: the support is faded gradually

6.2.2. Modelling: expert demonstrate

6.2.3. Coaching: observed by teacher/expert and given advice

6.2.4. Exploration: frame the problem itself and decide chich approach is the best

7. MENTORS

7.1. NEED FOR GUIDEANCE

7.2. BENEFIT FROM OBSERVATION OF SOMEONE WORK WITH

8. IMPORTANCE OF REFLECTION

8.1. Think carefully about what you want to improve and achieve

8.2. Investigate and measure the current individual levels

8.3. Turn experience into practice

8.4. Recapture experience, think, mull over and evaluate it

8.5. Derive the fullest benefits from experiences

9. EXPERIMENTAL LEARNING

9.1. Concrete experience

9.1.1. Typical examples: field trips, training sessions, mistakes, reading, arguments, team discussions and so on

9.1.2. May be physical, feeling, thinking/emotional or a combination

9.1.3. Might happen, or might be observed affected in some ways

9.2. Reflection

9.2.1. Give own initial thoughts on what happned

9.3. Theorizing

9.3.1. Try to make sense of what happened

9.3.2. Think of other similar situations

9.3.3. Make and try to answer Wh-questions or Yes-No questions in order to understand clearly

9.4. Take into account initial observation from others

9.5. Testing

9.5.1. Test out ideas for improvement before applying them

9.5.2. Plan for next experience

10. HUMAN AND MUMFORD'S LEARNING STYLES

10.1. Activists

10.1.1. Think on their feet

10.1.2. Have short sessions, plenty of variety, the opportunity to initate

10.1.3. Participate and have fun

10.2. Reflectiors

10.2.1. Research and eveluate

10.2.2. Think before acting, thorough preperation

10.2.3. Make decisions in own time

10.2.4. Listen and observe

10.3. Theorists

10.3.1. Feel intellectualy stretched

10.3.2. Concepts and models

10.3.3. See the overall picture

10.3.4. Structure and clear objectives

10.3.5. A logical presentation observe

10.4. Pragamtists

10.4.1. See the relevance of their wor

10.4.2. Gain practical advantage from learning

10.4.3. Credible role models

10.4.4. Proven techniques

10.4.5. Activities to be real