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Learning Patterns Corporation:

Learning Patterns Corp. © 2010 Learning Patterns Corporation Principles of Learning

Figure things out.. :

Figure things out.. Our Brain has two compelling desires…. Figure things out faster Learning Patterns Corp. © 2010

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Learning Patterns Corp. © 2009

What is this?:

What is this? Learning Patterns Corp. © 2010

Analysis of Parts to the Whole:

Analysis of Parts to the Whole Learning Patterns Corp. © 2010

Terms of Learning:

Terms of Learning Concepts Symbols Learning Patterns Corp. © 2010

Concepts:

Concepts House “Home” Equality “Fair” Book “3 Books” Learning Patterns Corp. © 2010

Symbols:

Symbols Learning Patterns Corp. © 2010

Symbols:

Symbols Symbols Representing meaning by association. Shortcuts to understanding Learning Patterns Corp. © 2010

ONE MEANING:

ONE MEANING 10 Learning Patterns Corp. © 2010

ONE MEANING:

ONE MEANING 11 Learning Patterns Corp. © 2010

Understood Terms:

Understood Terms Comma, exclamation mark, question mark, dollar sign, cent sign, number sign, percent sign, plus sign, minus sign, multiplication sign, division sign, less than, greater than, equal sign…. Learning Patterns Corp. © 2010

Understood Symbols:

Understood Symbols , ! ? $ ¢ # % + - x ÷ < > = Learning Patterns Corp. © 2010 Comma, exclamation mark, question mark, dollar sign, cents sign, number sign, percent sign, plus sign, minus sign, multiplication sign, division sign, less than, greater than, equal to sign….

Why Symbols?:

Why Symbols? Figure out meaning FASTER! “What is the product of multiplying the factor six by the factor four?” 6 x 4 = Learning Patterns Corp. © 2010

Unfamiliar Symbols:

Unfamiliar Symbols Learning Patterns Corp. © 2010

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“All learning is either added to prior learning, modifies prior learning, or replaces prior learning.” Additive, Reconstructive, Supplantive Learning Patterns Corp. © 2010

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“When new learning conflicts with prior learning, we feel confused. The answer is to RECONSTRUCT prior learning.” Cognitive Dissonance Learning Patterns Corp. © 2010

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Learning Patterns Corporation We do not learn by merely following procedure. We learn by “thinking.” “ Procedure ” follows thought. Learning Patterns Corp. © 2010

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