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CHAPTER  4 PRINCIPLES OF LEARNING INTRODUCTION Learning  is  a  change  in  behavior  as  a  result  of  experience.  As  a  Navy  instructor,   YOU  Want that  change  to  go  beyond  your  influence  in  the  classroom.  You  want  your  students  to  apply their   learning   on   their   jobs. The  objective  of  any  act  of  learning  is  that  it  should  serve  us  in  the  future.  That  is  especially true  in  the  technical  training  fields.  To  cause  this  behavior  change  in  your  students,  you  must understand  what  causes  learning  to  occur.  This  chapter  examines  some  practical,  time-proven basic  principles  of  learning  and  your  responsibilities  in  using  them. WAYS  OF  LEARNING A l l    l e a r n i n g    s h o u l d    b e meaningful.   To   make   learning   as meaningful   as   possible,   you   need   to understand   how   students   learn.   Of the   five   different   ways   of   learning addressed   here,   no   one   particular way   is   necessarily   better   than   the others.   Your   students   will   use   some c o m b i n a t i o n    o f    t h e s e    w a y s    of learning  in  every  class  you  teach. Your   understanding   of   the   ways people   learn   will   assist   you   in helping   your   students   learn   and retain   the   information   presented. I M I T A T I ON A   significant person   learns imitation. This part   of   what   a occurs through way   of   learning begins   early   in   people’s   lives   and lasts   throughout   their   lifetime.   In   a  training  environment,  for  students  to  observe  others (primarily  the  instructor)  and  to  imitate  their  behavior  is  natural.  Learning  takes  place  even without  direct  reinforcement  of  the  repeated  behavior.  Therefore,  as  the  instructor,  you  must 21

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