David Koolb's Experiential Learning Model

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Understanding the learning styles and study techniques I used for the last term through David Kolb's theory on experiential learning Model (ELM), which is typically represented by a four stage learning cycle, as; According to Kolb, Effective learning is seen when a person progresses through a cycle of four stages, however, he explains that different people naturally prefer a certain single different style (actually a product of two pairs of variables as presented above.) Furthermore, below is a brief and concise comparative description of each style: ACCOMODATING DIVERGING CONVERGING ASSIMILATING - "hands-on" and concrete -able to look at things from different perspective - can solve problems and will use their learning to find solutions…show more content…
Question/Exercise#2. Using the principles from Unit 8 create a mind map covering leisure time activities. birthday parties scenery events Christmas/New Year sunset photography get together UNO Insidious playing cards horror travelling movies karaoke romance domestic OUTDOOR magic sing Pangasinan Palawan dining Mindoro Baguio japanese international INDOOR katsudon United States Universal Studios concerts Disneyland Hollywood Local Artist Las Vegas SPORTS DJ Padilla INDIVIDUAL ACTIVITIES foreign badminton pop local listening to music dancing Los Banos swimming pool hiphop Laiya beaches social reading networking books Puerto Galera watching TV facebook wattpad

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