Wednesday, February 1, 2017

Learning Zone

This was rather eye opening for me. I totally agree with him that we need to create more times in school where we are expected to make mistakes, and then learn from them. I hope that in the future my classes will better reflect this. I am fond of saying that you learn more from the one problem you did wrong, than the 29 you did correctly. I hope that rings true for my students.

3 comments:

  1. I think that Eduardo Briceno is a very intelligent man. He really put a lot of time into studying this topic. He also was very good at making things that sounded complicated not so complicated. Eduardo is correct when we do practice things we are practicing them just to practice we don't put ourselves into the situation. We also don't hang swords from a ceiling in order to get rid of a twitch like the lawyer that he talked about in the early stage of his presentation.

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  2. Eduardo Bricenon, was a great talker. He talked about in the learning zone and performance zone. How we need to have both. When we think we have learned so much we stop in the learning zone and just work on our performance zone. IF we want to be better we need to practice being better. Performance zones are important, we take what we learn and use it to our benefits. When we spend more time in the learning zone, the better the performance zone will be. Mistakes are the best learning zones. - Tenny

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  3. Great talk Eduardo Bricenon! When we think we know so much we are in the learning zone and we work on our performance zone. Performance zones are pretty important and we use what we learn and use for what we are good at. We always learn from our mistakes and that is the best learning zone for us.

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