Knowledge & Learning

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Knowledge & Learning by Mind Map: Knowledge & Learning

1. Explicit knowledge

1.1. empirical

1.2. semantic

1.3. systemic

1.4. logical

2. Types of knowledge

2.1. Philosophical Types of Knowledge

2.1.1. Personal

2.1.2. Procedural

2.1.3. Propositional

2.2. Tacit knowledge

2.2.1. Experience, Main methods for the acquisition and accumulation

2.2.2. Know-how; vis-a-vis know-why and know-what, Potential of aggregation and modes of appropriation - involvement

2.2.3. Judgement; not easy to be written down, not codifiable and mechanism of transferring knowledge

2.3. Factual Knowledge

2.3.1. Terminology

2.3.2. Specific Details and Elements

2.4. Conceptual Knowledge

2.4.1. Classifications and Categories

2.4.2. Principles and Generalizations

2.4.3. Theories, Models, and Structures

2.5. Procedural Knowledge

2.5.1. Subject‐specific Skills and Algorithms

2.5.2. Subject‐specific Techniques and Methods

2.5.3. Criteria for Determining When to Use Appropriate Procedures

2.6. Meta‐Cognitive Knowledge

2.6.1. Strategic Knowledge

2.6.2. Knowledge about Cognitive Tasks

2.6.3. Self‐Knowledge

3. How people learn

3.1. Formal

3.1.1. Classroom-Based Lectures Presentation Assessment Q&A Assignment

3.2. Informal

3.2.1. Philosophy-Based Learning Theory Rationalism Truth & Knowledge is found within ourselves Empiricism Truth & Knowledge found outside of ourselves using our senses

3.2.2. Gaming Simulations Role Play

3.2.3. Reading online learning Text/Research Books

3.3. Both

3.3.1. Doing Experiential (Hands-On) Trial & Error experimentation Research OJT Apprenticeship

3.3.2. E-Learning Scenario simulation cyber survey e-Quiz Videos Computer Aided Instruction

3.3.3. Collaborative Learning PBL Action Learning Role-Play Faciliative Learning Research & Presentation Reflection Sharing Story Telling

3.3.4. Observing Bandura Social Learning theory Modeling