Learning activities Referencing Styles : APA | Pages : 14 Activity 1 – Defining Training and Development Give a narrow definition of T+D and a…

Learning activities

Referencing Styles :
APA | Pages :
14

Activity 1 – Defining Training and Development Give a narrow
definition of T+D and a broader one using two references that are not
part of the course content (ie you find two new references). Indicate
whether you prefer the narrow definition of T+D or a broader one and
state why. Use correct reference technique – use AGPS Harvard or APA in
the referencing tool in the GBS Resources Bank (GBSRB). Activity 2 –
VARK Learning Styles Go to www.vark-learn.com Do the questionnaire to
identify your learning preferences. Report your results on each of the 4
preferences • Visual • Aural • Read/Write • Kinesthetic Comment on your
results and compare them to others in the group. Click on the VARK
website help sheets tab and click on your learning preference. Look at
the suggested learning strategies for your learning style or
preferences. Choose one or two strategies that would be new for you and
explain how you can specifically put them into practice in your uni
study. 
 The VARK Questionnaire Results Your scores were: • Visual: 3 •
Aural: 3 • Read/Write: 7 • Kinesthetic: 4 Activity 3 – Learning Theory
One Choose one of reinforcement theory, social learning theory, goal
setting theory or adult learning theory (textbook Ch. 4). Give one
example (learning situation) of how you have applied this as a trainer
or had it applied to you in any training you have attended or other
learning situations you have experienced. This could be a work related
situation (even casual work) but it could be from other areas of your
life – eg sport, you as a parent/carer, uni etc Your specific answer
should include the following (in sentences and paragraphs): 1. State the
situation – eg company name or pseudonym (eg a fast food restaurant),
at uni, in my football club, with my teenage daughter etc. 2. State the
theory you have chosen and reference it correctly. 3. Show how different
parts of the theory applied to the situation. The lecture for Topic 2
gives one example applied to Barista training for expectancy theory.
Here is another very simple, basic example. The situation being used as
an example here is from when I was trying to learn how to play pool.
Goal setting theory (Locke, in Noe and Winkler 2012) states that
specific and challenging goals are more effective. I found that when I
set a specific, but quite difficult goal, for example to sink at least
five balls, I was more likely to improve because I knew exactly what I
was aiming for. 
 Activity 4 – Learning Theory two On page 146-155 the
text gives 7 implications of the learning process for instruction. That
is, how to make instruction (training) conditions and processes that
put into practice what we know about how people learn. These ideas are
discussed in the Lecture for Topic 2. Which one of the 7 conditions do
you think is most necessary for learning to occur? Which one of the 7
conditions do you thnk is least necessary for learning to occur? In
these last two questions, you had to indicate what learning condition
you think is most necessary for learning to occur and which is least
critical. Here, give an example from your experience to back up your
selection. EACH ANSWER HAS TO BE 150 WORDS AND THIS NEED 5 TO 6
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