Sometimes it’s good to take a step back from the busy world of producing learning content and setting up learning initiatives and remind ourselves just how people learn. In this session Charles Jennings identifies four key ways of adult learning: experience, practice, conversation and reflection. Then Hans Dirkzwager explores the last (and least understood) of these in detail – reflection. This is no armchair theory session, however. Expect practical examples and plenty of supporting technology!
P1: The four ways adults learn, and how to use them
Charles Jennings, Director, Duntroon Associates
There is no shortage of theories of how adults learn, and Charles Jennings has pulled them apart to suggest four key areas common to adult learning: experience, practice, conversation and reflection. In this presentation, he examines how the four areas work together and suggests how a deeper understanding of the role of experience might lead learning and development professionals to reconsider how they approach their work.
How training supports the four ways of learning — or doesn’t.
Why ‘information transfer’ training fails
The vital role of experience in the 70 of the 70:20:10 model
How practice works, and the usefulness of failure
Why reflective time is vital, and usually ignored
Hello everybody! Today’s video is all about preparing, organizing and studying for lectures. It includes all the steps you need to make in order to study and take notes before lectures, as well as taking notes during the class and knowing how to organize and study afterwards.
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