Consciousness-Experience-Reflection Learning Process Analysis

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This paper will discuss the utilization of the consciousness-experience-reflection learning process loop to instruct adult learners of varying ages – the youngest learner age 27, and the oldest age 74. It will highlight learning activities geared toward facilitating maximum learning experiences for all adult learner regardless of their age based upon aging cognition. A description of the various theories and concepts supporting the factors needed to be taken in consideration will be included in this paper. It will be concluded that this paper analyzed how to use the consciousness-experience-reflection learning process loop to maximize aging adults’ engaged motivation and cognition.
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The inclusion of these activities will enhance the changes-of-a-body-state (COBS) experiences; thus, the broader the dimensions of COBS feelings these varied age group of learners encounter, the greater is the depth and breadth of the resources they can access when thinking, reasoning, and making decisions (Sheckley & Bell,…show more content…
The cosmetic art students of the varied ages have acquired prior knowledge of the industry allowing them to connect with the new information acquired in a simulated salon environment. Their prior experience will create and anticipate connections between new information and what they already know signifying their mind-bodies have experienced; thus, this is likely to help them shift from passive to active participants (Taylor, 2006). An activity that provides new connections for the varied age group in a simulated salon setting includes making a portfolio at the beginning of the course and then making a new portfolio in the middle of the course including the new information gathered since the start of the
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