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Kolb's Learning Model Example

Narrated by: Bill Georato
Length: 11 mins
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This paper was written for a Psychology 300 class.

I have used Kolb's learnings, model, and stages to evaluate an incident that occurred in my life. This research paper analyzes a car crash and uses Kolb's model to reflect on how I learned and developed from the short-lived tragedy.

I currently hold an associate's in business management technology and a bachelor's in business administration. All funds earned from sales of this audiobook go towards paying for my schooling. I appreciate all your monetary donations and I hope I can be of help to psychology students by providing a great example of a college paper.

©2014 Trevor Clinger (P)2015 Trevor Cinger

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Learn from every action we make

Skills for life website says: Kolb's Learning Cycle is a well-known theory which argues we learn from our experiences of life, even on an everyday basis. It also treats reflection as an integral part of such learning. According to Kolb (1984), the process of learning follows a pattern or cycle consisting of four stages, one of which involves what Kolb refers to as 'reflective observation'.

I had never heard of this before, and so was interested in what it was, and wanted to see it applied to a real life event. Then to see the results of that model n acion. Clinger details such an event involving a car, and goes through everything the model prescribes. It is pretty interesting, and makes me wonder how I can apply this model to things that have occurred in my life.

Georato does a fine job narrating. He keeps things interesting, and you never wonder what he says. Even though I did receive a promo code for this review it in no way influenced my considerations of the material, and in fact, inspired me to be more honest. In fact, getting a code generally makes me harsher as a reviewer as I am more often concerned what someone like Me will decide based on my review.

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