WAYS OF LEARNING
Different people have a different way of learning, some learn by just observing others while other people learn from the other experience, some people learn from their own experience. The experience might be good or bad but in the end, we ended up with a lesson with the passage of time learning styles are also changes but also depends on one’s adaptability.
Learning is a
continuous process that starts at birth and continues until death; it is the
process through which we use our experience to deal with new situations and to
develop relationships. Learning happens randomly throughout life, from new
experiences to getting information and from our perceptions, for example:
reading a newspaper or watching a news broadcast, by watching TV programs, conversation
with companion or colleague, chance encounters and unexpected experiences.
Effective learning requires that you obtain information through reading, listening, observing, practising, experiment and experience. Information is all around you: the art is to acquire relevant and relevant information useful information and to develop it into knowledge and skills.
Learning is more than
thinking. It is about the whole personality, feelings, beliefs and will.
If we do not have the
will to learn, we will not learn and if we have learned it, we have changed
away. If learning makes no difference, it can have very little meaning, except
that it is random ideas that float through our consciousness
Knowledge and skills
can be gained but learning is inevitable and happens all the time, however,
effective learning is about creating and maintaining a positive attitude to
learning, both for personal and professional development.
There are two main
reasons for learning throughout life: for
- personal development
These reasons don’t necessarily have to
differ, because personal development
can improve your employment and professional
development can make personal growth possible.
BEST WAYS TO HELP IN LEARNING
- TREAT THEMNICELY: people learn best when they are treated in the best way by others and are not told or treated as ignorance.
- EMPATHY: this implies self-awareness on the part of the student and understanding and empathy for the part of a facilitator.
- SHOW THEM A POSITIVE EXPERIENCE: Learning can be blocked by negative experiences. Always show your learner a positive side of everything. Don’t beat them on negative results
- POSITIVE ENVIRONMENT. A positive emotional and supportive environment is also important for the learner.
- IN GROUP: individual in Groups tend to learn best when they can socialize and communicate with another group. People must be able to respond, ask questions and give their opinion about what they are learning. Generally, in group situations, quieter members should be carefully encouraged for their input. to cover the range of different
- ENGAGEMENT STYLE: learning styles help the student to maintain interest and motivation. In a classroom, engage them to take part in problem-solving discussions and other activities, the same goes for professionals; motivate them to give their ideas and ways to handle the situation.
- MOTIVATION: motivation is the most important for everyone whether he is student/newbie/professionals in a learning process. One should stay motivated towards his/her studies or profession.
- CLEAR DEMONSTRATION OF RESULTS: People learn best when the results and/or benefits of learning are made clear and can be demonstrated during or immediately after the learning experience.
- MEASURING RESULT: Students/professionals should be encouraged to think about what they have learned and to think about other ways that can further their knowledge.
- CHALLENGING: A learner must always try to keep an open mind, challenge your understanding and be open to new information. Talking to others and seeing their opinion can be a powerful way to examine your own perception and understanding of a subject/project
In order to learn effectively, you must regularly examine your knowledge to help reinforce what you have learned. It is successful when we can search for personal meaning in the information we acquire.
Learning is about applying what you purchase and asking yourself questions such as: ‘How do you plan work? “or” what are the better possibilities to make this work” or “ What did this experience teach me about myself? “
really important for Lifelong learning, you must think positive about your
learning. Think about how and why you learned, including how you felt about a
certain subject, situation or project, before and after you have developed your
knowledge. Learn from both your mistakes and your successes and always try to