Do. Think. Conclude. Adapt.
Welcome! The aim of this blog is to help you figure out which skills you possess as a learner and which you need to work on. And since it’s “Corona time” and we all seem to be having more time on our hands … and hopefully aware that we can use it to work on developing our-selves, we hope you find this a useful and effective resource.
This post will help you find out what learning style are you as per different models….
What does it mean to be a reflective learner? Reflection is key to the learning process….
Problem solving is a process through which, a problem is identified, different approaches to solutions are proposed..
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