Comments on Peer Posts
Thanks for sharing your learning experience with baking! I find it fascinating that you included both your successes and failures as it gives me a holistic view on baking. In using Keller’s Arc, I am in the attention category as I am interested in baking, but I have not tried baking. Reading your post gave me some inspiration to attempt baking. Hopefully it does not fail, but if it does, I know it is just part of the learning process.
Thank you for sharing your experience with learning English. As someone also having English as their second language, I know the difficulty of learning a new language. I think it’s great that your study plan incorporates self-encouragement and I am sure that you can see how much progress you have made.
One question I am interested in is how has your study plan changed since you began learning English? Were there any methods you found to be ineffective, and as a result, you replaced it with a more effective method?
You did a great job explaining each learning theory. I feel that I relate more to behaviourism than the other two theories. I think that being able to be given positive reinforcement is necessary in me learning a concept fully. Especially having the opportunity to teach young youth important skills, being able to provide feedback to help them improve is valuable to both the learner and the instructor.
Which of the three learning theories do you relate to most?
You did a great job explaining how an instructor can apply each of the learning theories to teach a class of students. I personally enjoy answering constructivism questions in class because it allows for a variety of answer from students. Also there is usually no right or wrong answer, meaning that learners do not have to worry as much about the answers they give.
Out of the three learning theories, which one do you personally like best?