Learning Process (Importance ( It leads to EVALUATION (PRINCIPLES OF…
Learning processes are, in specific words, the way in which we learn, either by doing something, thinking about it, doing some research, try something new or old, but in a more sophisticated way based on our learning
It leads to EVALUATION
PRINCIPLES OF EVALUATION
We lead with purpouse
We choose which info will be evaluated, and when and how it'll be used
Is a learning process
We seek to learn and adapt as we evaluate to bring new information and insights to what we use
s an explicit and key part of strategy development
It helps to articulate connections between knowledge and the sequences in which it should be evaluated
We choose strategycally what we'll evaluate
we measure what needs to be learnt, categorizing information by its urgency and importance
We share our intentions
We identify our audiences and the end goals of evaluation, and communicate clearly how we will evaluate, giving proper feedback and assesment, so the info can be integrated properly
We use the data
We take our time to reflect on results, generation of implication for policy or practice, and appropiate adapt. We recognize the value of evaluation's results combing the insights with the wisdom of own experiences.
We choose the methods
We seek matching method to questions strategically, use them with data sources when possible to make our evaluation designs strong, in order to reduce bias. Each evaluation has its methods used and limitations.
Evaluation is the structured interpretation and giving of meaning to predicted or actual impacts of proposals or results. It looks at original objectives, and at what is either predicted or what was accomplished and how it was accomplished.
Sometimes it can feel like we are turning our brains inside out in order to make sense of new information. And of course we need motivation. That helps us to choose what we want to pay attention to. And, there is the whole idea of learning about how we learn (and what stops us from learning).
It can be pretty frustrating when new ideas are completely the opposite of what we thought we already knew!
The learning process refers to how a student or individual approaches the acquisition, improvement or modification of knowledge, behaviour or skills
Based on the S-R (bond theory stimulus-response), in which relates situations and respone. Learning occurs by a change in the connection between a specific stimulus and a response. Regards connections as key to understanding LP
Defines learning as nothing more than an acquisition of new behavior based on environmental conditions. Only focuses on objectively observable behaviors, conditioned reflexes or habit's formation, and discounts any independent activities of the mind.
Learning is considered as the acquisition of knowledge, abilities, habits and skills through the interaction of the
individual and his total environment or situation as a response where a situation is perceived as a meaningful new whole
Learning is seen as an active process, in which the learner himself is definitely involved. The learner reacts as a whole and in a unified way, and needs to be guided to think, feel and act in ways appropriate to the situation to make learning happen
All learning represents some activity on mind's part. Uses the organs' sense and memory imagination, will, judgment, perception and reason