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  • Task 2 – Learning

    Styles

    Academic Year 2012/2013

    Personal Development and Careers

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  • Module Topics

    Week Topic Book chapter

    1 Learning, skills and employment 1+2

    2 Managing your learning: Learning styles 3

    3 Library workshop 8+15

    4 Reading and note taking 4

    5 Working in diverse groups 10

    6 Giving effective oral presentations 11

    7 Presentations

    8 Presentations

    9 Written communication 6

    10 Problem solving 12+15

    11 Using excel 7+14

    12 Planning to improve skills 17

  • By the end of the session, you should be

    able to:

    • Define what „learning‟ is;

    • Be able to understand the difference between the

    traditional/modern view on learning

    • Identify and understand your own learning style

    • Know what strategies you can implement to

    improve your learning approach

  • • Reduce knowledge to

    „information‟ – acquire

    „facts‟

    •„Textbook syndrome‟

    • Is this helpful for you?

    What is learning? Traditional

    view

    Lecturer

    Student

  • Learn and

    regurgitate what

    you‟ve been told

    Desire to

    understand, active

    interest in subject

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  • “Learning is purposeful activity aimed at acquisition of skills,

    knowledge and

    ways of thinking that improve effectiveness in future situations”

    (Cameron, 2009: 51)

    How would you define learning?

    Modern view

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  • Model of how ideas & experience are

    integrated

    Learning is circular, not one-off process

  • Adapted from

    Cameron, 2008: 54)

    Experience

    Reflect

    Theorise

    Act

  • ACTIVIST

    THEORIST

    REFLECTOR

    PRAGMATIST

    Honey and Mumford (1986)

    Learning Styles

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  • Advantages/disadvantages of each

    approach

    You are able to implement strategies to

    amend your approach

    You can begin to understand how you learn

    best

  • ACTIVIST – “Let’s do it”

    Strengths Weaknesses

    • Flexible and open-minded

    • Happy to „have a go„

    • Enjoys new situations

    • Optimistic about anything new

    • Highly sociable

    • Likes small group discussions

    • Takes the immediately obvious

    course of action without

    weighing up other possibilities

    • Does too much themselves

    • Takes unnecessary risks

    • Goes into action without enough

    preparation

    • Gets bored with implementation &

    consolidation

  • REFLECTOR “Stand back”

    Strengths Weaknesses

    •Careful

    • Thorough and methodical

    • Thoughtful

    • Good at listening and assimilating

    information

    • Rarely jumps to conclusions

    • Listens before speaking

    • Likes to use journals and

    brainstorming

    • Lectures are helpful if they

    provide expert explanations

    • Holds back from direct

    participation

    • Slow to make up their mind

    and reach a decision

    • Too cautious, does not take

    enough risks

    • Not assertive

  • THEORIST “Think”

    Strengths Weaknesses

    • Thinks things through in logical steps

    • Objective

    • Analyses and synthesises