Jean Piaget (b.1896 – d.1980) was a Swiss Psychologist and Biologist who did a lot of path breaking work in the area of genetic epistemology and gave the theory of constructivism. What is Genetic Epistemology? Genetic Epistemology, which is primarily… Continue Reading →
Feelings and emotions belong to a realm different than that of rational thoughts. In fact, the part of our brain responsible for making us feel or experience emotions is the amygdala, which helps us process threats and feel good about… Continue Reading →
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In 1988, John Sweller proposed the Cognitive Load Theory, and discussed the effect of cognitive load on learning. He had based his work on George Miller’s 7 plus or minus 2 rule, which states that short term memory has certain… Continue Reading →
As people who design and implement adult learning courses and training programs, it’s important for us to realize that adult-learning is a complex process. While we understand that adults are repositories of experiences and that these experiences mark their learning… Continue Reading →
The first post is like a baby’s first steps or a teen’s first crush. Either your feet are wobbly and you are learning to walk, or your new heady love is making your heart is going a mile-a-second. You take… Continue Reading →
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