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do you agree with these principles of learning? or have you discovered thet they are not always correct?
Weegy: Learning was relegated to the psychologists much too hastily. [ Their efforts to study the phenomenon… have been badly hampered by the fact that no one had bothered to figure out what learning really is.1 — McClellan Whenever one is confronted by any problem, and one wishes to discover a scientific solution to the problem, one should make sure that proper scientific methods are followed. Unless the recognized precepts of scientific method are strictly adhered to, one cannot lay any claim to having found a scientific solution. Williams has already pointed out in 1928 that any scientific theory or hypothesis must be proven first possible, then probable, then certain. This suggests that, when embarking upon an effort to discover a scientific solution to a certain problem, one should first try to discover all the possible solutions. To achieve this, one must determine the exact nature of the phenomenon one is dealing with. For example, if one desires to rescue an animal that became trapped in a poacher's snare, the possible methods of effecting such a rescue would very strongly depend on the kind of animal. Similarly, before possible solutions to the plight of the child, who has difficulties in the teaching/learning situation, become ascertainable, one should first try to determine the exact nature of the situation. ] (More)
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do you agree with these principles of learning? Or have you discovered that they are not always correct!
Weegy: Kindly rephrase your question. thank you. :) (More)
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