Learning Efficacy: Celebrations and Persuasions
Information Age Pub., 2006 - Education - 138 pages
Learning Efficacy: Celebrations and Persuasions is a process of learning and instructing with two rather interrelated, if not interwoven, perspectives. The part of this book's title, namely learning efficacy, speaks to possible indicators or elements involving effective learning. To some learners, for example, the idea of learning efficacy has much to do with the direct application of materials learned. To a few others, however, learning efficacy is about developing the ability to perspective-share, and to move beyond conversations limited to the here-andnow about human interactions and problem-solving ambiences. Still to many others, nonetheless, learning efficacy translates into receiving letter grades conceived of as sources of personal motivation and with direct correspondence to fledgling self-esteem
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