LEARNING is a dynamic process of receiving, organizing and interpreting information through observation, experimentation, reflection or participation. Different learning styles warrant different learning techniques. Even areas that are challenging to some, can be made easier through the right learning techniques.

Learning

LEARNING
TO KNOW

LEARNING
TO DO

RECEIVING
STIMULI

PROCESSING
STIMULI

Learning runs through a cycle of concrete experience, reflective observation, abstract conceptualization and active experimentation: David Kolb

Operant conditioning occurs when a response is strengthened or extinguished through reinforcement or punishment of behavior : B. F. Skinner

Observational learning occurs through observing the behaviors of others and imitating those behaviors, even if there is no reinforcement : Albert Bandura

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Different students learn differently. Learning is most successful when the mode of teaching corresponds to a student’s natural ability and interest.

Measuring Academic & Learning Abilities

Different students have different patterns of gathering information, experimentation, comprehension and different levels of critical thinking and the application of reasoning skills.

There are tests to objectively identify your natural preferences and abilities, so you know exactly how best you learn and what you need to concentrate on most.