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November 28th, 2019

And this knowledge is really huge, backed by scientific research and literature. Once again, we encourage you to reflect on the amazing ignore knowledge about learning (a) of the institution, the essence of which is to learn (students) and their teaching! It seems that the knowledge of how the human being in this area – in this institution, should be basic – as the foundation. We already know for sure that every person has their own style of learning, their learning strategy (which is largely determined by neurological structure given by nature). When we have a chance to recognize their own learning style and – further, according to learn it, you learn in a natural way, but it also means: more efficient, faster. Then science is really a pleasant experience! Only approx.

20% of the students have learning profile in line with the so-called. the expected profile of the school, which guarantees need to succeed (read: get a good school ratings). This result agrees – more or less, with the results of tests after class VI and secondary school exams. The best results are school pupils with learning styles (who were so gifted by nature). Students with other, non-school learning styles often experience failures and breakdowns education. It is worth noting that the school learning style is supported by the traditional school methodology (the conduct of lessons and testing of acquired skills) as well as the design and content of school textbooks.

At first glance – it is not fair, and even unconstitutional! » Read more: studybays.me – MIT OpenCourseWare Located at ocw.mit.edu service is a huge educational portal offering free access to a huge database of materials of the 1,800 courses taught at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, one of the most prestigious technical universities in the world.