Friday, March 5, 2010

Proper Coverage in Learning Stages

Learning comes in many stages. Everyone knows that.

Irregardless of whether the training is the formal or informal type. The various stages are there.

One stage leads to another.

If one stage is not properly analyzed or content appropriately understood, their concepts and principles within may not see real results.

This gaps in learning will flow over to the following stages and disaster will happen.
It may not appear immediately, and may even appear in another stage.

What does this mean?

Simply put, outcomes will not be complete.
Concepts may have to be revisited again when mistakes are exposed.

Why do these gaps happen?

Many factors, as you may have guessed.

Yes, human beings are complex.
No one learning style covers all.
And no topic fits only one style.

It is a case by case issue.
Only the person learning knows what is best for himself.

Attitude towards learning is the guide.

But one crucial mistake that is rather common is the "short-cut" method.
Trying to pull a fast one to get an academic paper may be the objective.
Is it proper?
Is it a right thing to do?

When things are not covered properly to an acceptable level of understanding, flaws in execution using the newly-learned knowledge will be there.

It may have small impact, if you are lucky.
But what if the otherwise? It could be an explosion!

Learning is no small matter.
Seriousness counts.
Attitude counts.
And hardworking counts.

Trying to complete the studies in a short time and taking advantage of others is a dangerous move.
It do not strengthen the correct objectives of the learning.
It strengthens, however, the wrong things.

Be prudent.
It is our learning and our brain and mind that are affected.
This is more so when you are in self-improvement programme.
You are on your own.

Think proper.


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