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The Mechanics of Learning

Tuesday, February 16, 2010 @ 12:02 PM
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The Mechanics of Learning

 

Feb. 25, 2010 (work in progress)

There seems to be limitless ways to look at the dynamics of learning. From my mechanic’s perspective, I want to understand the mechanism and the primary process that it is all based on. Fundamentally, it seems to be a system of transferring information from the outside to the inside (of the learner). Then, from the inside back out again.

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The Road to Becoming an Expert Learner

Thursday, February 11, 2010 @ 04:02 PM
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Feb. 11, 2010

The Journey to the Learning Pathway
Most of my seminars are exercise based, especially the Wiring Diagram Color-Coding class. Often, while performing the exercises, I noticed something interesting about those that are having difficulties with the diagrams. More often than not, the difficulties are not the result of a lack of knowledge about circuits and diagrams. Instead, it’s a lack of knowledge regarding the techniques of dealing with them. In other words, it's like seeing the diagram as a bag full of parts and not knowing how they fit together.

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Through the Eyes of a Mechanic

Tuesday, February 2, 2010 @ 01:02 PM
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Jan. 20 2010

Seeing through the eyes of a mechanic? Let’s first consider what it is to be a mechanic. A popular definition is someone who builds, maintains and repairs mechanical systems, i.e. a “nuts and bolts” person who works with their hands. In my opinion, this is an incomplete definition. Read More