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Q: which learning principles was applied most?
A: The VCAL is based on principles of applied learning. Applied learning is more than practical or 'hands on' learning. It includes both theory and application but the link between the two is provided by the context. [ Contextualising learning empowers and motivates students and assists them to develop skills and knowledge that they will need for education, employment, training and involvement in
the community. These following principles underpin applied learning: Start where the learners are at; Negotiate the curriculum. Engage in a dialogue with learners about their curriculum; Share knowledge. Recognise the knowledge learners bring to the learning environment; Connect with communities and real life experiences; Build resilience, confidence and self worth - consider the whole person; Integrate learning. Learning should reflect the integration that occurs in real life tasks; Promote diversity of learning styles and methods. Different learning styles require different teaching methods; and Assess appropriately. Use the assessment method that best fits the learning content and context (VCAL Information sheet). Research into the outcomes from applied earning approaches have shown that applied learning improves: student motivation and commitment, self esteem and confidence;and transitions from school to work and further education or training. Applied learning approaches also: Provides a context for learning generic skills needed in the workplace; Caters for students with different preferred learning styles; and Provides a meaningful context for learning both theoretical concepts and practical skills (VCAL information sheet). ]
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