The Four Phases of Competence
The Four Phases of Competence, also known as the Four Phases of Learning is a learning model detailing the learning experience before it begins. At this stage, the learner doesn’t realise what they know or how much they know. As they begin learning, they go through four psychological phases until they reach the last stage,…
Why Grit theory is important for success
Psychologist Angela Duckworth founded Grit theory, a study looking into why some people are successful and others fail. Duckworth investigates why Grit theory is important for success by ruling out the common stereotypes of achievement. She discovered that success isn’t determined by the capacity to learn quickly and easily, good luck, IQ scores and physical…
Theory of multiple intelligences
Intelligence is understood as a cognitive process, involving understanding how we retain knowledge. There is no one-size-fits-all with learning, which is why theorist Howard Gardner came up with the ‘Theory of Multiple Intelligences.’ Gardner suggests that there are multiple methods of teaching information, which may have to be presented in different ways for…
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