Re: We haven't got up to 'yes" yet!
Posted: Fri Jan 11, 2019 7:38 pm
We talk languages
zenmonkey wrote:Learning strategies are, or should be, highly individual.
Cainntear wrote:zenmonkey wrote:Learning strategies are, or should be, highly individual.
Are, definitely; should be, not convinced. I believe that in any activity of strategy, there's all the stuff we do to enable learning to happen, and that's where the individual differences come it. But once we've enabled the learning to happen, there's a core of cognitive processes
that I believe we all share.
I believe that the closer the teaching gets to the core cognitive process of learning, the more universal the teaching becomes.
If the teacher "pre-digests" the teaching input right, there's less of the superficial stuff that we need to do to work the material into a form we can learn.
zenmonkey wrote:But our past language history,
the material we enjoy
our strengths and weaknesses
Cainntear wrote:(Quoting out of order on purpose)