UNDERSTAND HOW YOU LEARN

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UNDERSTAND HOW YOU LEARN by Mind Map: UNDERSTAND HOW YOU LEARN

1. LEARNING TO LEARN

1.1. PERSONAL DEVELOPMENT PLANS

1.1.1. KEEP AN ONGOING NOT JUST IN SCHOOLS & UNIVERSITIES BUT "OUT THERE"

1.1.2. SET EFFECTIVE GOAL

1.1.3. LEARNING STRATEGIES

1.1.4. EVALUATE THE DEMAND OF LEARNING TASKS

2. THE IMPORTANCE OF REFLECTION

2.1. IT MEANS

2.1.1. CAREFULLY THOUGHT

2.1.2. MEANSURE YOUR CURRENT LEVELS

2.2. YOU GET

2.2.1. GIVE DIRECTION

2.2.2. DEVELOP YOURSELF

2.2.3. NOTE "EXOERIENCE"

3. EXPERIENTIAL LEARNING (4 STAGE)

3.1. CONCRETE EXPERIENCE

3.1.1. MIGHT HAPPEN TO US OR MIGHT OBSERVE (EX: FIELDTRIPS, MISTAKES,...)

3.2. REFLECTION

3.2.1. WHERE WE GIVE OUR OWN INITIAL THOUGHTS

3.3. THEORIZING

3.3.1. TRY TO MAKE SENSE OF WHAT HAPPENED

3.4. TESTING

3.4.1. DECIDE TO TEST OUT YOUR IDEAS FOR IMPROVEMENT BEFORE APPLYINGTHEM

4. MENTORS

4.1. NEED FOR GUIDEANCE BENEFIT FROM OBSERVATION OF SOMEONE WORK WITH

5. HUMEN & MUMFORD'S LEARNING STYLES (4 STYLES)

5.1. ACTIVIST

5.1.1. THINK ON THEIR FEED

5.2. REFLECTORS

5.2.1. THINK BEFORE ACTING

5.3. THEORISTS

5.3.1. CONCEPTS AND MODELS

5.4. PRAGMATISTS

5.4.1. SEE THE RELAVANCE OF THEIR WORK

6. REFLECTING-USING LEARNING JOURNAL

6.1. WHY

6.1.1. HELP YOU IN YOUR REFLECTION AND MOVE AROUND THE LEARNING CICLE

6.2. FORMAT

6.2.1. CRITICAL INCIDENT VERSUS DIARY HAND-WRITTEN VERSUS

7. COGNITIVE APPRENTICESHIP

7.1. LEARNING FROM OTHERS

7.2. LEVELS OF LEARNING

7.2.1. MODELLING

7.2.2. COACHING

7.2.3. SCAFFOLDING

7.2.4. FADING

7.2.5. EXPLORATION

8. ALBERT BANDURA: CONFIDENCE AND SELF-EFFICACY

8.1. CONFIDENCE

8.1.1. GENERAL SENSE OF SELF-BELIEF

8.2. SELF-EFFICACY (4 SOURCES)

8.2.1. MASTERY EXPERIENCE

8.2.2. VACARIOUS EXPERIENCE

8.2.3. SOCIAL PERSUATION

8.2.4. PSYSIOLOGICAL STATE