Understanding the Learning Process

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LO1 Understand different theories of learning. 1.1 Explain how different domains of learning apply to learning in health and social care. Domains of learning: Bloom’s Taxonomy of learning domains (cognitive, psychomotor, affective) 1.2 Explain different ways in which learning can occur in health and social care workplaces. Different ways in which learning can occur: learning cycle (Kolb), learning circles (Race); learning through doing, learning through experience; planning, teaching, observing, mentoring, tutoring, demonstration, feedback 1.3 Analyse how theories of learning relate to the development of understanding and skills in health and social care. Theories of learning: behaviourist, gestalt, cognitive, humanistic LO2 Understand the impact of learning styles on learning by individuals. 2.1 Explain different factors that can influence the effectiveness of learning. Influences: motivation, environment, culture, communication, past experience 2.2 Explain concepts of learning style. Learning style: visual, aural, tactile, kinaesthetic; activist, reflector, pragmatist, theorist. 2.3 Assess own preferred learning style. Learning style: visual, aural, tactile, kinaesthetic; activist, reflector, pragmatist, theorist 2.4 Analyse influences on own learning in relation to learning theory Own learning: motivation, responsibilities, experiential, learning from others, learning by Doing LO3 Be able to suggest strategies for delivering and assessing learning in a health and social care workplace. 3.1 Describe factors to be considered when planning a workplace learning programme. Factors to be considered: benefits eg for the user of services, team, organisation, individual; quality systems; learning outcomes required; resources available; scheduling; occupational standards; learning styles 3.2 Present relevant teaching strategies to
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