Learning Processes and New Knowledge
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This paper examines the roles that different personal styles of learning play in the acquisition of new knowledge and intellectual skills. Specifically, this paper examines how applying the affective and cognitive learning styles in field work and in research helped to acquire new knowledge, and to learn how to use these new concepts in analyzing, synthesizing and evaluating.
From the Paper:"When acquiring new skills and knowledge as a student, there are many different personal learning styles that are used, including the cognitive, affective and psychomotor domains (Bloom, 1956). The purpose of this paper is to reflect on the personal learning styles I used when acquiring new skills/knowledge and to show how these learning styles helped with my learning. Perhaps the most difficulty that I had was with regards to communication, both oral and written. At the beginning of the course communicating with class mates and the individuals we met on our field trips was some what..."
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