Reflection On Lifelong Learning

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The study is anchored on the Constructivist Principle by Savery and Duffy (1995).The lifelong concept of Peters (1965). It is also anchored by the Rationalist principle, attaining lifelong learning model by Jarvis Model (2009) and the lifelong learning process by Harel & Papert (1991) and supported by Kidd (1973) that he explained that any kind of education must have the perspective of being a inner-directed or self-operating learner.
There are different approaches to life-long learning including the constructivist principle. However, they still agreed that life-long learning needs an active participation towards learning. The students has the choice of enhancing their cognitive skills by cooperating and letting themselves to learn by their
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This principle is designed for problem based learning activities which can be linked to our study. This principle can support our study because it includes the interaction with the cognitive conflict and social negotiation of the students. The activities that should be given to the students should be anchored to wide variety of context this is to prevent the students obtaining passive knowledge. The main objective to this study of this to make its relevance and in this way it would be beneficial to them and apply to the lifelong learning process. In this manner, the students takes possession to the problem and improve self-directed abilities that can have an impact towards there cognitive perception. In this manner the students may establish personal goals based on the intellectual puzzlement. This is a stimulus for attaining the knowledge learned in this kind of approach. The activities that are given to the students should encourage teamwork and support from each member of the group for them. This is for the reason to give each member a chance to test their personal thought and way of…show more content…
The knowledge that has already instilled to the student and the capacity of the student to have long term memory will be a determinant on the understanding of the student and what the student learned from the given instruction. Prior knowledge is activated by giving the students triggers that could stimulate the ideas of the student and the student will know how to analyze & integrate the information that has been presented. Knowledge is already designed; meaning availability of knowledge is based on how it is systematized in the memory. Instructional activities helps the students to develop and store the knowledge they have gained in this way it can be easily retrieved when needed in the future.
Attaining lifelong learning is really helpful to the students especially in this modern society. It helps the students practice the learning that can be useful in establishing a firm foundation towards improving the profession and growing as a person. It equips the students with more opportunities to learn by a way of a uninterrupted lifecycle groundwork called lifelong learning. (Jarvis,

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