Understanding learning through reflection

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Professional Development Centre, Karachi


This article attempts to unpack the concept of learning in the light of my life’s experiences. The paper reflects on my schema about learning and later discusses two critical incidents of my life which helped me to further unfold the concept of learning. These two experiences taught me that learning is meaningless and inconsequential unless it is triggers a change in your attitude towards life. Another experience taught me that learning takes place through inspiration. Moreover, I encountered that active learning takes place when learners are not classically conditioned and they become responsible for their own learning. Lastly, the paper discusses the impact of assessment procedures on learning which I understood during my graduate course work.

Publication (Name of Journal)

Literacy Information and Computer Education Journal