GUST 1270 Chapter 7: Learn - Houston Community College
GUST 1270 Chapter 7: Learn Turn in Homework Instructor Signature Set up Facebook, Twitter, Blackboard accounts Complete Twitter discussions with blog group(each chapter)
Due by 11:59 on Sunday of each week Warm-up: Complete MI inventory/Personality Test online(Take online)See handout for websites Group Preparation for
Presentations(Be creative)/Brief(5 minutes per group)Group questions combined. Email group combined quiz questions to instructor for copies for Wednesday Strategies for note-taking(Would like to see notes)Review student notes Homework: Develop question for
chapters 1,7,10 Quiz Monday(Chapters)Yes we will stay after quiz for next chapter See teacher chapter post by Monday of each week for chapters from the previous weeks the following week Chapter 7: Learn
Learning: Cognitive mental action Learn to use old Acquire new info Formal learning: schooling Informal learning: street knowledge How and when do We learn? Unconsciously-How? Consciously-How?
All experiences?How? Learning is? What you do for yourself What do the experts Say?Discuss with your neighbor Socratic-Greek Philosopher
We learn by asking questions Socratic Method What do the experts Say?Discuss with your team Chinese Philosopher: Lao-Tses quote If you tell me, I will listen. If you show me, I will see. But if you let me experience, I will learn
Tse cont One of the first to discuss active learning student engagement Confucius? What did he do? Discuss with a partner John Lock-Discuss-Give one Get one Blank SlateReading article (Tentatively)
Humans are born with empty minds through our senses and experience with the world Pyramid: We learn basic info and then build on what we know and experience to make sense of the world Philosopher Jean Jacques Rousseau-Discuss with the person behind or in front of you.
Learn by doing: Your database activity, taking your own notes etc.. One of the first to introduce learning styles Jean Piaget: What do you know? Holistic learning We learn best by experiencing many things (stimuli)Think about SAT testing, Etc
Discuss this idea with another partner Example? Experience is Key to learning(Exposure) From Piagets theory came Benjamin Bloom Introduced his levels of learning Knowledge/Remember Comprehension/Explain
Application/Show Analysis/Compare Synthesis/Justify with evidence Evaluation/Create Your Brain Your brain is able to handle lots of
information but must be trained The brain is for learning thats what makes it work well The learning is to the brain what exercise is to you body
Brain releases cypin(chemical throughout the body help build new brain muscles(figuratively speaking) The brain grows and
builds new receptors to store more info(neuroplasticity) The Learning Process Steps? Discuss with your team You must know how you learn best to determine the steps to make learning happen
Learning is a processdont expect miracles overnight Constant: the more you practice the better you get The Learning Process-6 steps? Motivation Understand
Internalize the materialWhat does this mean to me Apply the material-how can it be used?how can I real to it Use the material: Grow and change What are your strengths Learning Style: how do I learn best?
Multiple Intelligences: Areas of my strength what am I good at Personality Type: what kind of person am I? Multiple Intelligence Created by Howard Gardner-Harvard Professor Originally seven intelligences then eighth intelligence added later
Believed there are areas where we are more developed than others Visual/Spatial Can visualize things, space, images Verbal/Linguistic Communicates well
Musical/Rhythm Responds well to music Logical/Mathematical Numbers person/reasons well Body/Kinesthetic
Must move around-Doer Interpersonal People person Intrapersonal Self/Reflective/Loner
Learning Styles Theory How I learn? Why is it important? What is the difference between learning style and learning strategy?-Discuss (across from you) Learning style is: how you process information best: innate involves five senses Learning strategy: How you choose to learn information
Learning Styles Visual: Need to See information Auditory: Must hear information Kinestetic: Must touch things: Must do it Primary Learning Style and Dominant Intelligence
What is the difference? Primary Learning Style: The way you learn best May or may not be the same as your dominant intelligence Dominant Intelligence: Your innate ability -Comes easy to you
If not innate-you will need to learn it another way Personality Type Carl Jung- Psychologist created Human behavior is not random Based on how we use our brain Myers and Briggs Indicator created by Isabel
Briggs-Meyers and her mother (tests personality types) Personality determines what makes us TICK! Understanding Personality Type
ENFJ ISTP ENTJ Be sure to know def. for each term
16 personality types(TBA) Why does it matter?-Discuss Additional Homework: Take inventories on Facebook/Blackboard Check Pt Quiz-Chapter 7
Use calendar to plan ahead Allow extra time for the unexpected Identify time robbers Break down big tasks Make study time efficient Keep study area organized Strategies To Combat Test Stress Plan ahead Be positive Take regular breaks Practice Talk...
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