Senin, April 18, 2011

9 Propositions of Modern Learning

1. The pupil learns only what he is interested in learning
2. It is important that the pupil share in the development and management of the curriculum
3. Learning is integral; genuine learning is not an additive experience but a remaking of experience
4. Learning Depends on wanting to learn
5. An individual learns best when he is free to create his own responses in a situation
6. Learning depends on not knowing the answers
7. Every pupil learns in his own way
8. Learning is largely an emotional experience
9. To learn is to change

Canton, N. 1953. The Teaching-Learning Process. New York: Rinehart & Winstons
Walter, GA & Marks, SE. 1981. Experiental Learning and Change. New York: John Wiley & Sons