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This will help you to understand why you respond as you do, and how you can participate more fully and more effectively in any kind of learning. Being aware of effort needed. All learning requires effort, but some learning requires more effortsometimes because of the subject but more often because of your characteristics as a learner. You will know how much effort is neededvery little or very muchbut you won't run from learning just because significant effort is required to compensate for limitations.
Adult learning. Self-culture. I 42 D38 2000 374--dc21 99-058682 First Edition 06 05 04 03 02 01 00 10 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 Interior Design: Gopa Design Editing: Sarito Carol Neiman Production: Linda Jupiter, Jupiter Productions Proofreading: Carla Jupiter Indexing: Paula C. Durbin-Westby Page v Dedicated to Julianne and Scott Lauren, Lindy, and Leah Annalise Marcela Page vii CONTENTS Acknowledgments ix Introduction: The Age of Perpetual Learning 1 Part One Preparation for Learning 1. Taking Charge: Developing a Plan for Learning 11 2.
It is a bizarre image, like something from a recurring dreamyou can't possibly do what is expected, but you know your life depends on it. This is no dream. This is twenty-first-century reality. The only constant is change. Our only hope is perpetual learning. Everyone today is either trying to get ahead, catch up, or keep from falling behind. Many people are trying to learn something just to survivebut learning is not fundamentally about survival, even though it often helps us to get through tough situations.
Managing Your Own Learning by James R. Davis, Adelaide B. Davis