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Ten Principles of Learning by Carl Rogers

    1. Human beings have a natural potentiality for learning.
    2. Significant learning takes place when the subject matter is perceived by the student as having relevance for his own purposes.
    3. Learning which involves a change in self organization in the perception of oneself is threatening and tends to be resisted.
    4. Those learnings which are threatening to the self are more easily perceived and assimilated when external threats are at a minimum.
    5. When treat to the self is low, experience can be perceived in differentiated fashion, and learning can proceed.
    6. Much significant learning is acquired by doing.
    7. Learning is facilitated when the student participates responsibly in the learning process.
    8. Self-initiated learning which involves the whole person of the learner- feelings as well as intellect-is the most lasting and pervasive.
    9. Independence, creativity and self-reliance are all facilitated when self criticism and self-evaluation are basic and evaluation by others is of secondary importance. 1
    10. The most socially useful learning in the modern world is the learning of the process of learning, a continuous openness to experience and incorporation into oneself of the process of change.

    Quelle: http://www.ibe.unesco.org/publications/ThinkersPdf/rogerse.PDF

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