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Learning strategy # 1
Observe / watch
http://prezi. watch videos.com/flzebtpl3lpj/the-12-ways-of-learning/ . tables. like . who learn well by observing. graphs etc. photos.for example – to see what other people do.People.
Learning strategy # 2 Read .
What do you like to read? Why? A newspaper / newspaper app? Blogs you subscribe to? Tweets from people you follow on Twitter? A magazine? .
Learning strategy # 3 Listen .
Listen. Think. Adapted from Kolb.Sense. Try things out. Feel. Observe. Reflect. Do things. .
for example on http://www.com/? Through a radio station. for example on http://tunein.youtube.Question # 1 Who do you like to listen to? Why? Question # 2 How do you like to listen to that person? Through a video.com/? .
com/Product/Listening-tips-1485898 .Further inspiration https://www.teacherspayteachers.
.Learning strategy # 4 Try things out. Practice it.
Do things.Sense. . Experiment. Listen. Think. Try things out. Reflect. Adapted from Kolb. Feel. Observe.
org/hmu/2012/11/how-to-master-a-new-skill.hbr. http://blogs. Still others need a “hands-on” experience.html . Others would rather watch demonstrations or listen to things being explained.Some learn best by looking at graphics or reading.
typepad.html . http://catl. for example through moderated exercises that promote knowledge building.Active learning is most effective when the experience supports students to interact with and reflect on the subject matter.com/student_learning/2009/08/when-students-learn-or-dont-learn-from-active-learning-experiences.
they must also absorb the new information.mckinseyquarterly.Kolb showed that adults can’t learn merely by listening to instructions.com/Organization/Change_Management/The_psychology_of_change_management_1316 . https://www. use it experimentally. and integrate it with their existing knowledge.
htm http://steve-wheeler.businessballs.html .Further inspiration http://www.blogspot.ch/2012/06/recycling-kolb.com/kolblearningstyles.
Learning strategy # 5 Talk .
some people like to talk about their thoughts and / or about material they have studied.To learn well. http://prezi.com/flzebtpl3lpj/the-12-ways-of-learning/ .
com/Product/Hello-speaker-how-will-you-prepare-1449028 .Further inspiration https://www.teacherspayteachers.
Learning strategy # 6 Write .
watch.Formal education Informal education Deliberate education Unexpected education Prepare. listen to presentations Search for information on the internet Write about and discuss topics Chat with people .
Further inspiration http://www.slideshare.net/frankcalberg/11-advantages-of-using-a-blog-for-teaching .
Learning strategy # 7 Ask for feedback .
Learning strategy # 8 Follow a structure or follow no structure .
nl/lerenlerennu/bronnen/Learning%20styles%20by%20Coffield%20e. . 22.Wants structure Prefers specific directions. a series of steps. http://prezi.a. Does not want structure Prefers to do things his / her own way. a specific order to follow etc..com/flzebtpl3lpj/the-12-ways-of-learning/ http://sxills.pdf p.
Step # 4 List and evaluate alternatives.strategy-business. Step # 2 Identify criteria.com/article/10405?pg=all Example of a series of steps Step # 1 Define the problem. . Step # 6 Implement and follow up. Step # 3 Gather and evaluate data. Step # 5 Select the best alternative.http://www.
org/2010/06/relationship-between-accountability-and.joebower.High accountability Initiatives organized and led by students Low creativity High creativity Low accountability http://www.html .
Learning strategy # 9 Learn individually or learn with others .
http://sxills. . 22..a.Learner A Learner B Prefers to mostly learn Prefers to mostly learn individually. / interact with other people.nl/lerenlerennu/bronnen/Learning%20styles%20by%20Coffield%20e.pdf p.
wordpress. .Individual Tacit Collective Social practice Learn together. Explicit http://ridwanattaufiq. Share knowledge.com/2012/04/24/theorizing-knowledge-in-organization-2/ Adapted from Baumard.
Create connections among knowledge. Experiment. models. Explicit knowledge Explicit knowledge . concepts. Learn and acquire new knowledge. sketches. diagrams. Internalize Combine Try out things. Explicit knowledge Explicit knowledge Adapted from Nonaka and Takeuchi. for example by editing and systemizing knowledge.Tacit knowledge Tacit knowledge Tacit knowledge Tacit knowledge Socialize Externalize Share knowledge. Make and communicate presentations. Test.
Further inspiration https://www.com/Product/What-do-teachers-do-2178430 .teacherspayteachers.
Learning strategy # 10
Reflect on what you have
done / read / heard / seen
To get the most out of learning experiences,
reflect on them immediately following an
Example of question What have I learned from this experience? https://hbr.org/2015/12/4-ways-to-become-a-better-learner .
Example of question What could I have done better here? https://hbr.org/2015/06/improve-your-ability-to-learn .
org/2014/04/to-enhance-your-learning-take-a-few-minutes-to-think-about-what-youve-learned/ .Research participants who did an arithmetic brain-teaser and then reflected on their strategies for solving it went on to do 18% better in a second round than their peers who hadn’t set aside time to reflect. https://hbr.
Learning strategy # 11 Think about your values .
http://hbr. identify the ways they often inadvertently contribute to the organization’s problems.org/1991/05/teaching-smart-people-how-to-learn/ar/1 .If learning is to persist. managers and employees must also look inward. They need to reflect critically on their own behavior. and then change how they act.
Individual learning Rules Behaviour Shared mental model Single loop collective learning Do things better Double loop collective learning Do things differently – or do different things. Results . p. 39. John Hayes: The Theory and Practice of Change Management.
Adapted from Chris Argyris. Encourage reflection by asking why.Values Actions Single-loop learning Double-loop learning. Results .
Creativity Equality Curiosity Freedom Experimentation Daring Variation Ambition Individualism Competition Dominance Power Control Helpful Honesty Forgiving Love Friendship Tradition Family Discipline Conformity Security Clean .
com/Product/Questions-to-discover-your-values-1329394 .Further inspiration https://www.teacherspayteachers.
Learning strategy # 12 Create a learning environment with the right furniture for you .
http://www.fastcoexist.A little bit of activity can improve attention spans.com/3036607/this-school-has-bikesinstead-of-desks-and-it-turns-out-thats-a-better-way-to-learn .
com/3036187/standing-desks-arecoming-to-schools-to-cure-obesity-and-increase-attention-spans . http://www. they have greater attention span.Study shows that when kids are given the opportunity to stand during classroom time.fastcoexist.
a.nl/lerenlerennu/bronnen/Learning%20styles%20by%20Coffield%20e. .. 22. http://sxills.pdf p. Example of learner B Prefers learning in unconventional settings.Furniture Example of learner A Prefers learning at an office chair and office table. for example standing up or walking.
Further inspiration https://www.teacherspayteachers.com/Product/Workspace-design-1634930 .
Learning strategy # 13 Create a learning environment with the right noise level. and light for you . temperature.
pdf p. direct light. .. Prefers warm environment. Light Prefers bright. http://sxills. Example of learner B Prefers sounds. Prefers low / dimmed / indirect light.nl/lerenlerennu/bronnen/Learning%20styles%20by%20Coffield%20e.Noise level Example of learner A Prefers quiet. 22.a. Temperature Prefers cool environment.
com/the-vark-questionnaire/ .How do you learn best? http://vark-learn.
feel welcome to visit http://www.com Have a great day. For further inspiration and personalized services.frankcalberg. .Thank you for your interest.
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