본문내용Even before a teacher begins to plan the learning experiences in which his pupil will engage, it is well for him to consider a few basic facts which underly all attempts of individuals to learn new things.
1. We learn best when we are ready to learn. When we have a strong purpose, a well-fixed reason for learning something, it is easier to receive the instruction and to make progress in learning.
2. The more often use what we have learned, the better we can perform or understand it. Long disuse can result in forgetting.
3. If the things we have learned are useful and beneficial to us so we are satisfied with what we accomplished, we retain better what we learned and we are more likely to desire to learn more.
4. Learning something new is made easier if the learning can be built upon something we already know. It is best to start with simple steps which are related to things we can now do or already understand and proceed to new and more difficult tasks or ideas.
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