Base on Conceptual frameworks by Fiddler and Marienau, what gets your “attention” during a learning experience?

What does “reflection” mean? Connect course content and literature (theories and models) to personal response. Provide a thorough response and CITE references.

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What gets your “attention” during a learning experience? (The conceptual frameworks that will help you most with this question are from Fiddler and Marienau.) Provide a thorough response and CITE references.

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Describe the feedback loop. What is the difference between a positive and a negative feedback loop?  (theories from Korthagen and Vasalos). Provide a thorough response and CITE references.

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Why are you continuing your education at this point? (This question refers to the Korthhagen and Vasalos Onion Model). Provide a thorough response and CITE references.

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How would you describe yourself as a learner? How would you describe the learning experiences you had in the past? Connect course content and literature with personal response. Always CITE references.

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Describe an example experience of when you learned something new. Did it change your beliefs in some way? Or, did the experience not challenge your opinions very much? (This question comes from the David Kolb Acquisition model.)  Connect course content and literature with personal response. Always CITE references.

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When you learned something new during a job, did it involve an aspect of being a “team player”? How did the social relationships affect how you learned? (Kegan and Lahey theory). Provide thorough response. Connect course content and literature with personal response. Always CITE references.

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Question 8 (10 points)

How do beliefs and opinions we already have affect how we see a situation? Provide thorough response. Connect course content and literature with personal response. Always CITE references.

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