How Do We Learn?

How do we learn? If IQ is not the final indicator of capacity we may have thought, what do we know about how to learn? The determination, perseverance and a healthy environment for learning may be more important than innate ability. However, the leaps forward in the learning takes place not when we avoid committing errors, but when we pay attention to what we teach our mistakes. We need to turn some long-held assumptions. Education and information does not mean imposing from the outside, but internalize the experience of learning. And good learning can require a healthy approach about what you do not know. Perhaps most important of all is that we should know the instructions and try to figure out how to do things vital and exciting ways.

Almost everyone can learn the same as everyone else when they are provided favorable conditions for learning, says the eminent educational psychologist Benjamin Bloom. With a team of researchers from the University of Chicago, Benjamin Bloom headed a five-year study of America’s leading personalities in various fields: concert pianists, Olympic swimmers, sculptors, tennis players, neurology researchers and mathematicians. Bloom found that if given a supportive and creative, is the determination of the child – not the innate qualities – that predicts success. To give a supportive and creative? a’re talking about the child and the adult I am convinced that is the same, even more must be endured by any means of training an environment conducive to learning. In my experiences as an international facilitator, very personal marketing and other topics, I was experiencing a number of techniques borrowed first from a sustained and patient approach my parents, and of course, the instructors of the Junior Chamber International, later on my own research.