Tag: learning

19 Mar 2021
learning methodologies

What are those learning methodologies which can drive innovation?

Modification of any type begins with how we have a knowledge of things and review assumptions. Sometimes, reevaluating things makes sure that lives are saved. This kind of rethinking can make sure that mental efforts are reduced which can happen later when the project needs to be designed.

Research has been done on efficient learning techniques such as underlining and highlighting the learning material after reading it.

But they have proven to be ineffective in research as learning methodologies.

These are the following learning techniques that are quite effective:

Elaborative questioning: There should be an explanation for why something stated is considered correct. The learners should try to ask questions to themselves about facts.

Explanation: You should try to explain the steps which are required to solve a problem.

Summaries: It’s also important to write summaries of whatever you have learned.

Highlighting: Highlighting can prove to be useful when the important sections of the material are marked for reading again.

Mnemonics: These mnemonics are quite important so that you can remember better. It requires forming keywords for verbal materials. Using keywords to remember text is useful because it involves using brief reminders.

Reading it again: Reading the material again after going through it once.

Practice testing: Its important to do practice tests for the learned material.

Practice regularly: Making sure that you practice the entire study material. This should be planned over some time. This includes revising the material.

So, it has been concluded that the most important techniques for learning or retaining information are quizzing and practice tests. It’s also important to explain concepts to yourself. When we explain things to ourselves or quiz ourselves about it, we are not just putting the information into our heads, we are trying to put some logic into it.

Reflections

So, sensemaking out of the information we have just learnt is important, thats why, it’s important to have reflections, another crucial technique for learning.

Reflection is increasing your awareness. It’s important to make sure that you discover wrong assumptions about whatever you have learnt.

It’s also important to think of reflections because the HRD professionals work on them. They make sure that individuals can derive sense out of whatever is told to them. The HR professionals also make sure that the company procedures are meaningful. This is what is done by researchers in the company also who make sure that employees can make sense of learning documents.

We survive where the world is constantly changing. The tools and skills that we gathered so much information about may evolve. So, reflection is a process of asking questions to oneself about the utility of such tools and asking for change. When we ask for change, we take actions to bring about those changes or someone else responsible does. When we think of taking actions, it asks for more research, which is necessary in these evolving times.

Reflection enables organisational success because it makes sure that employee take actions due to which organisational goals are attained. These reflections also enable employees to delve into their own thinking and those of others, because they are trying to sync actions with solutions. They then re-understand the problems if actions don’t match solutions. This is how innovation happens when employees question assumptions and reframe problems to get the right solutions for them.

This is how learning methodologies can be adapted by employees to guide an organisation towards success.

 

 

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