It is now the end of yet another college term and just like the rest of us, I get a chance to look back at myself as a whole and reflect. This term has been a wonderful experience for me. I recently moved over here from Central Oregon going into a completely different college. I … Continue reading Reflection
I’d like to delve into the idea of researching the joy of learning. Learning is enjoyable, coming from personal experience. I want to find out why it’s enjoyable. Some people may not find it as enjoyable as others but there’s definitely something about learning. Even the simple fact of striving for excellence and the feeling … Continue reading The Joy of Learning–Introduction
Here is my reflection from this term
Alternative Source Learning is something that all of us face in our day-to-day lives. It is throughout household tasks, work, but most importantly, in education. Learning takes place all throughout the stages of our life including childhood, adolescence, and even adulthood. Adulthood is one of the final stages of learning. Finding ways that learning is … Continue reading What Makes Learning Enjoyable– In Adults?
Scholarly Source Learning is something that all of us face in our day-to-day lives. It is throughout education, household tasks, work, but also, in multiple stages of our lives. Learning is throughout childhood, adolescence, and adulthood. One of the most crucially important stages of learning takes place in adolescence. Looking back at personal experience of … Continue reading What Makes Learning Enjoyable–In Adolescents?
Popular Source A blog post that had been looked into titled “Creative by Nature--the Joy of Learning” written by Christopher Chase, discusses ways that children find learning enjoyable. An important detail is that children are natural born learners. They are curious, sociable, skillful, joyful, compassionate, and creative by nature. Children’s minds are open, flexible, and … Continue reading What Makes Learning Enjoyable–In Children?