Category Archives: PIDP 3100- Adult Learning

Sleep & Learning

Researches have shown that adequate sleep has such an important positive impact on  learning and improving memory.The following  article describes the relationship between these subjects with more details.  The Learning Process and Sleep Healthy sleep is essential for optimal learning and memory … Continue reading

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Use of Mnemonics in learning

In some disciplines , student need to retain and recall the learning materials in their mind., so they need to learn some tips and use some tools to help them how they can do this. Mnemonics is an effective technique … Continue reading

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Application of ” Case discussion” to improve anatomy learning

“Case Study” or” Case Discussion” is known as one of the most attractive  instructional techniques which enhances the student engagement by extending students’ knowledge to real life . Anatomy is one of the most important basic courses for students in medicine and … Continue reading

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Grit and its role in learning

One of the interesting  concepts which has  been   proposed recently  in the field of education and learning is ” GRIT” . What is it and how it impacts in the  learning process? Grit is ” The power of passion and … Continue reading

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LESSON PLANNING

Introduction Lesson planning is a fundamental activity for all educators in any disciplines of knowledge. Lesson plans communicate to learners what they will learn and how they will be assessed, and they help instructors organize content, materials, time, instructional strategies, and assistance in … Continue reading

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BLENDED LEARNING

Blended or Hybrid Learning method  usually is defined as  the strategic combination of in-person or face to face and virtual or electronic learning methods (Jackson, 2014). Technological advances have brought us  new horizons of lives and has changed the  lifestyle … Continue reading

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