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An Introduction to Learning.

   
 

 

 

 

 
  It is useful, at least, to understand somethingof the learning process when working in a Museum, the following pages are some notes on the subject.    
       
       
 

Education

Multiple Intelligences
Howard Gardner
Need different strategies for different intelligences
Linguistic
logical-mathmatical
spatial
musical
bodily-kinaesthetic
intra-personal

School
National Curriculum
Foundation
Key Stage 1
5 - 7
Yrs 1 & 2
Key Stage 2
7 - 11
Yrs 3 - 6
Key Stage 3
11 - 14
Yrs 7 -9
Key Stage 4
14 - 16
Yrs 10 & 11
A Levels

Further & Higher
Further Education
Higher Education
Continuing Education
Life Long Learning
Third Age education

Learning
Students
Something done to them!
Passive
Teachers
process
students take active
responsibilty
for own learning
Active
Chinese Proverb
I hear and I forget
I see and I remember
I do and I understand
Learning is a change in human capability which is retained for future use

3 domains of learning
Cognitive
Thinking
Reasoning
Ways of gathering knowledge
Concept formation
Most other theories of Education are cognitive
Affective
emotional
feelings
Motor
actions
skills
Physical tasks


   
 
   

Lecture by Kevin Flude - prepared for 'Creative Practice in Narrative Environments'

MA course at Central Saint Martins College of Art & Design & developed for University College Worcester

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