3 types of Learning: Acquisition, Participation, and Construction
In my masters studies, some ideas are good. Here’s one:
Learning is a conceptual and linguistic construction.
In other words, there is no single concept that covers the entire spectrum of what learning actually is.
Why? Because learning does not have a clear physical or identity in the world.
It is a concept constructed and developed by people to label and explain some complex processes.
So, depending on the paradigm you find yourself in, or what kind of methods you decide to choose in educational research, your view on what learning is and what it covers changes.
This is an idea I have been toying with for a while.
In work, in masters study, and in life.
The point is basically, that discourse shapes the world.
That is is neatly tied up.
But to bring some more ideas out:
– the way we perceive the world, the way we interact and color other people’s lenses changes the way they think about us (workplace relations) or other things (share market -> Taleb or George Solomon). And pretty much whatever they think about us (through discourse) has a greater impact on the relations of results rather than more objective matters such as things we can measure.
So I typed “discourse shapes the world” into google and sure enough other people have written about the same ideas. So I want to read and see what they have written about the subject.
Notably, Focault. I needed to touch upon him during undergrad studies, but didn’t like him then.
Here is my study for KIIP test
Vocab, grammar and pronunciation ^^
I will be focusing on each chapter and writing out a passage using the vocab grammar and pics from reality in order to supplement my memories and build a functional proficiency i can use during the speaking test.
That will be last stage of my prep for the test and i still got a week left haha ^^
Here’s some reflective practice for my fitness lifestyle.
Firstly, it doesn’t matter who you are or what you do, your thoughts and experiences of the world are true to you and that’s all that matters. If you think or feel a certain way because of something or other, than that’s exactly how you feel. Why do you have to be punished for thinking or feeling a certain way. There is no thought police – people may try to pressure you to conform to their own views because they want to feel or be powerful, but seriously screw that, it doesn’t matter.
Secondly, I want to just go through and talk about How I’ve been progressing like this.
So reflective practice is just about doing whatever, and then thinking how to get to some certain goal or preferred state faster or more efficient or to reduce initial problems that arose during the early stages.
So, the point is this:
There’s two main stages:
7 Simple Steps That Will Improve Your Life
결혼 관련 어휘:
연애 결혼: love marriage
선을 보다: receive a match (from a matchmaker -> in 중매 결혼)
중매결혼: arranged marriage
주례: wedding officiant (the guy who does the church-like stuff and makes the wedding official) (결혼깃 따위의 예식을 맡아 징행하는 사람)
사회자: MC of the wedding (the guy who says what’s happening next in the wedding, e.g. “here have the groom, please give a round of applause, etc.). 모임이나 예식에서 진행을 맡아보는 사람
신부: 新婦 bride
신랑: 新郞 groom
Here I will talk about how to become a better teacher through reflective practice.
Reflective practice is the key between the dichotomy I drew between thinkers and doers, describing that you need to act in the world first before you think; and that there are different forms of knowledge that are produced in the world: one is derived from experience (reflective practice), but another (theory-based) is driven away from experience (body) towards the abstract and context-less (mind). These two different forms of knowledge (reflective practice vs theory-based) and the activities that produce that knowledge are in fact in competition with each other for legitimacy, gaining speed in recent times.