Tweet: Critique of Kolb’s experiential learning
My Take on the question asked by Dr Tim Fawns of University of Edinburgh about critique of Kolb's learning model. The process of reflecting is not inherent part of learning something https://twitter.com/johnywrites/status/1247982770971750400 https://twitter.com/timbocop/status/1248201496879140865 2. Missing Intrinsic Motivation part. https://twitter.com/timbocop/status/1248204097146294272 3. Kolb's ELT neglects social aspects of development—learning with & from others https://twitter.com/timbocop/status/1248202233960898560 4. Kolb's model … Continue reading Tweet: Critique of Kolb’s experiential learning
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Tweet: Effectuation, What makes entrepreneurs entrepreneurial? Saras D. Sarasvathy
Entrepreneurs are entrepreneurial, as differentiated from managerial or strategic. #Entrepreneurs are entrepreneurial, as differentiated from managerial or strategic, because they think effectually; they believe in a yet-to-be-made future that can substantially be shaped by human action. https://t.co/VeQR73UlbU …#startup #startups #StartupIndia #entrepreneur pic.twitter.com/DcN8G8FkXL— Kiran Johny (@johnywrites) October 23, 2018
Tweet: Experiential Learning and Kolb’s four-stage cycle on learning.
Experiential Learning and a review on Kolb's four-stage cycle on learning. Learning occurs as a result of “transactions between the person and the environment.” #Education #Learning #ExperimentalLearning https://t.co/l0OlDoJw7w pic.twitter.com/eSzAjM7AD1 — Kiran Johny (@johnywrites) August 27, 2018 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1ZeAdN4FB5A
Tweet: Socially motivated learning.
When you are socially motivated to learn, your social brain can do the learning, and it can do it better than the analytical network that you typically activate when you try to memorize. When you're socially motivated to learn,your social brain can do the learning,and it can do it better than the analytical network that … Continue reading Tweet: Socially motivated learning.
Tweet: Intro to Network effects (and learning effect)
A clear and brief intro to Network effects https://t.co/TRuBN6cneS — Kiran Johny (@johnywrites) February 9, 2018 The network effect is a phenomenon whereby increased numbers of people or participants improve the value of a good or service. This is particulary true in information technology industries where "winner-take-all is a norm. A product displays positive … Continue reading Tweet: Intro to Network effects (and learning effect)
Tweet: Difference between learning for Complex world Vs Complicated world.
The Critical Difference Between Complex and Complicated https://t.co/I5TVPdyi7L via @mitsmr— Kiran Johny (@johnywrites) September 9, 2017https://platform.twitter.com/widgets.js Most of our current learning systems like Education(k12 and Higher) , Work-Skill training etc are designed to address complicated situations which are very specific in nature.This is not a surprise because it was created on the side of the … Continue reading Tweet: Difference between learning for Complex world Vs Complicated world.
Tweet: The importance of novelty in learning and attention is well documented
Apes social attention.,avoid static information and focus on the dynamic significant one https://t.co/cCyXzkANFm— Kiran Johny (@johnywrites) September 6, 2017https://platform.twitter.com/widgets.js Several theories have suggested that novelty elicits a learning signal (Kormi-Nouri et al., 2005, Lisman and Grace, 2005, Meeter et al., 2005, Recce and Harris, 1996, Tulving and Kroll, 1995). Novelty can help orient our attention, releasing … Continue reading Tweet: The importance of novelty in learning and attention is well documented
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