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Taadel402 b

  1. 1. TAADEL402B Presented by Nick and Barry
  2. 2. Learning Styles  Refers to different ways that we learn  Different learning styles so  Use a variety of delivery techniques
  3. 3. Visual, auditory and kinesthetic Visual learners need to see what’s going on so include handouts demonstrations and visual displays in the training Auditory learner like discussion, listening and Q and A activities Kinesthetic learners like practical's team activities and role plays
  4. 4. Pragmatist  Like to try out new theories  Act quickly on ideas  Make practical decisions
  5. 5. Activist learner  Are open minded about anything new  Like to be centre of attention  Motto is “you should try anything once’
  6. 6. Reflective learners  Good listeners  Stand back and watch others  Keeps a low profile  Motto “ be cautious”
  7. 7. Summary  Different learners will enjoy different styles of training  Facilitators must vary their approaches to engage all the learners  Learners engage in different ways
  8. 8. Learning principles Must:  Engage the learners  Include modeling as a learning tool  Connect the learning to life experiences  Adults need to know why  Teacher sets agenda  Learner needs to encourage learner independence
  9. 9. Learning Theories-How the learning occurs  Behavioural learning: learn from activities that are observable  Cognitive: brain based learning-active process of acquiring remembering and using knowledge  Constructivist Learning :a practical but personal process applying new ideas to construct knowledge.
  10. 10.  Information Processing : This involves chunking and short term memory which can only hold 5 to 9 chunks of information. Learning is defined as the use and application of short term memory.  Situational learning takes place in the same context in which it is apllied is enivironmental and work based
  11. 11.  Problem based learning : Encourages learners to become independent and creative thinkers closely linking them with the learning content
  12. 12.  Pedagogy: Based on instruction being passed from the teacher to learner, teachers direct the learning process and take responsibility.  Andragogy : Is defined as the process of engaging adult learners. Planning and evaluation ,experience. Topics relevant to here and now, and problem centred.

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