The Circle of Learning: Individual and Group Processes

Ernest Chang, Don Simpson

Abstract


We present a paradigm for modeling the processes found in individual and group learning. Using combinations of two dimensions, the first being whether the learner's activities are By-Oneself or With-Peers, and the second whether the process orientation is toward the Person as the focus of the learning or toward the Group as the focus, we derive four quadrants in Activity-Orientation learning space. These four quadrants represent: lectures, individual learning, concurrent learning, and collaborative learning. From these combinations of Activities versus Orientation, we can describe many characteristics of these different learning categories.

Keywords


Individual learning; group learning; by-oneself; with-peers; orientation; activities; lectures; concurrent learning; collaborative learning;

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.14507/epaa.v5n7.1997

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