Classical Conditioning Theory Model of Learning : Report

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PERSONALDEVELOPMENT
TABLE OF CONTENTSINTRODUCTION...........................................................................................................................1Section 1: Know how to identify development needs.....................................................................11.1 Identification of own learning style (s)..................................................................................11.2 Use a simple technique for identifying own development needs..........................................31.3 Identify potential barriers to learning....................................................................................51.4 Explain how barriers to learning can be overcome................................................................5Section 2: Know how to develop yourself to achieve organisational objectives.............................62.1 Briefly analyse learning/development options to meet your needs.......................................62.2 Identify support mechanisms for your development.............................................................72.3 Prepare a development plan to achieve a learning objective for yourself.............................72.4 Describe a method that could be used to monitor your development....................................9CONCLUSION..............................................................................................................................10Appendix A PDP Learning Log.....................................................................................................11REFERENCES..............................................................................................................................14
INTRODUCTIONPersonal development is the development of own skill and knowledge which is needefto work in any organisation. It also contributes to the realisation of dreams and aspirations(Bell, 2017). Personal development is a continuous process that takes place over the course ofa person's entire life. Through improving the life it become easy for an individual to improvequality of life and become successful . There are different type of skill which need to improvein such as communication skill, interpersonal skill, decision making skill.Section 1: Recognizing the way in which the developmental needs can beidentified1.1 Determination of self-learning style (s)There are many different ways to learn. Apparently, most of us have a dominantlearning style that impacts the way how we absorb and retain any sort of information. Thereare a lot of benefits if we identify our own learning style, like, we can take measures toimprove that style not only to quickly learn but also to know how enjoyable the process is forus (Baldwin and et.al., 2014). Many of us have struggled to learn for our entire lives notbecause we are incapable of learning or stupid, but because we have been using a wronglearning style which is not compatible with our intellect system.Now, I will demonstrate two models and based on them I will identify my ownlearning style:1
Classical Conditioning Theory Model: - This model was developed byPavlov in the year 1902 (Brandenberger and et.al., 2013). Classicalconditioning is a reflexive or automatic type of learning in a which astimulus acquires the capacity to evoke a response that was originallyevoked by another stimulus. This theory defines the way in which theregular practices make changes in the behaviour.Figure1Condition theory of learning(Source:Classical Conditioning, 2017)1.VARK learning model: Fleming has developed an inventory that is planned to helpstudents and other leaners about their personal learning preference. This model wasdeveloped in 1987 by Neil Fleming. This model suggests that there are four main kind2
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