This article is base on the learning theory. This article has four stages of learning which helps every individual to learn and apply their skill. All the four stages are described in detail in this article.
This article will assess the influences of Dewey, Lewin, Piaget, and Kolb to the current trends in education. Each theorist will be reviewed separately. The review will include information related to each theorist's seminal work followed by examples of how they influenced educational approaches today.
It is very important for teachers, parents and children alike to understand that we are all gifted and talented in different ways. We are all unique, and rarely do any of us find everything easy. No-one is a genius in all subject areas. There are many different types of intelligences and in our brain we will all have 'cool spots'.
A log book can be a highly valuable record for improvement. Log books are used to keep track of things such as the last date of automobile maintenance and what was done, or the number of hours a pilot has flown and where he's traveled. The log book becomes evidence of the event or action, and is used to ensure that the next trip or event is better because of what has been learned. Likewise, a student who keeps a learning log will be able to increase their understanding of material, make connections more quickly, and improve their learning "trip" along the way.
The brain is powered by electromagnetic energy. Whether we are mentally active, resting or asleep, the brain always has electrical activity. By attaching electrodes to the scalp, we can view and analyze the traces of electrical activity that represent the brainwaves. Four types of Brainwaves will be discussed.
When it comes to innovative and scientific ways of teaching and learning, that one name which stands out from the rest is that of Dimensions. They widely believe to adhere to a three-fold principle while designing primary curriculum. Both academician and non-academician alike appreciate...
The process of learning can be implemented in various forms such as in-school and out- School, and in both cases they apply different solutions to organizational and programmatic model. "The school is one form of government (public) schools for adults, as well as non-state (private), both public and private...
Learning on our own is possible if a person is persistent and determined to reach goals. But learning with teachers is loads of fun and you never know how naturally and easily the learning takes place - I personally have under gone a lot of both types of learning - but prefer learning with a teacher whenever I get an opportunity for that. This is because learning by ourselves is one of the most challenging tasks as we have to get organized ourselves, keep the self-discipline, time management, persist and keep up the dedication.
For students to remember and be able to retrieve the information you are covering it's essential that your lesson plans always include time for these: feedback, processing and repetition. If you don't include these 3 techniques your lessons are destined to be quickly forgotten. Ironically, as teachers are increasingly pressured to increase student achievement on test scores, the amount of time spent of these 3 kings of learning is lessening.
There are some teachers who inspire strong loyalty from their students who will do anything for them, similar to a coach and her players. Other teachers have trouble just getting students to behave in the classroom, let alone work hard. What's the difference? In the first example, those special teachers are able to meet the needs of their students on a very consistent basis. While most of us will never reach the level of a Jaime Escalante, we can all focus on the importance of meeting the needs of all of our students.