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Table Of Contents

ForeWord
introduCtion
preFaCe
objeCtive
aCknoWLedgements
about the author
1.1 How we learn
1.2 Rudiments of Learning
1.3 Organizational Learning Insights
2.2 Learning and Campfires
2.3 Learning from Problems
2.4 Impact of what we teach
2.5 Designed Learning
2.6 Bringing Learning Forward
2.7 Technology Lessons
2.8 People Lessons
2.9 Conditions for Progress
3.1 Understanding Knowledge
3.2 Evolving Need
3.3 Adaptability
3.4 Data or Knowledge
3.6 Impact on People
4.1 Our Current Situation
4.2 Work in Progress
4.3 Proposal: Individual Adaptation
5.1 Concepts and Perspectives
5.2 Groups Are Individuals
5.3 Results
5.4 Diversity as Advantage
6.1 Learning History
6.2 The Classroom and Beyond
6.3 The Perspective of the Outsider
7.1 Engineer
7.2 Student
7.3 Teacher
8.1 Best Practice Management
8.2 Impact of Human Capital
8.3 South Carolina Technical College System
South Carolina Technical College System
8.4 Using the Learning History as Pedagogy
9.1 Prashant Prabhu
9.2 George Roth
9.3 Peter Senge
9.4 Philip Crosby
9.5 W. Edward Deming
reFerenCes
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Learning Wheels

Learning Wheels

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Living in the world today, each of us is challenged with the need to learn and teach, but waiting for others to provide for our needs in these areas is not a wise strategy. Learning Wheels merges systems and learning theory to provide a new way to deal with this challenge.

Learning Opportunities are easy to see, but they are normally in a state of chaos and rarely fully exploited. The mental models presented in this book can act as a vaccination against that chaos and provide a springboard to getting more out of every learning opportunity. Note that only you need to change in order to benefit from these concepts.

The thesis of this book is; “If we as individuals can learn to be aware of learning opportunities and if we can couple that awareness with the skills required to adapt to the situational nature of each opportunity, we can improve the efficiency and effectiveness of learning for ourselves and others.”

Living in the world today, each of us is challenged with the need to learn and teach, but waiting for others to provide for our needs in these areas is not a wise strategy. Learning Wheels merges systems and learning theory to provide a new way to deal with this challenge.

Learning Opportunities are easy to see, but they are normally in a state of chaos and rarely fully exploited. The mental models presented in this book can act as a vaccination against that chaos and provide a springboard to getting more out of every learning opportunity. Note that only you need to change in order to benefit from these concepts.

The thesis of this book is; “If we as individuals can learn to be aware of learning opportunities and if we can couple that awareness with the skills required to adapt to the situational nature of each opportunity, we can improve the efficiency and effectiveness of learning for ourselves and others.”

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Publish date: Jul 25, 2013
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