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    I am undergoing a access to higher education course at the moment, but really struggling with the first assignments lol . To say I have not done any form of learning since leaving school 10 years ago, starting this course was probably not the best idea to jump straight into.

    The question is based on my own SWAT analysis, which i have already done. However, now its asking for an evaluation, although its asking that i relate it to a learning theory.

    Now i might sound thick right now, but can someone help maybe give me some examples of what they are talking about. I know about a few learning theories, but how do you evaluate a SWAT in relation to a learning theory. I just need some examples people may of used to give me an idea of how to evaluate my own SWAT.
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    hi i just did this question and didn't really understand it either but somehow managed to pass it. i chose kolb's learning cycle and just talked about how it helped me figure out what kind of learner i am and how this helped me realise why i have certain strengths and weaknesses. hope this helps
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    Just bumping this thread, as I too am now stumped by this question. If anyone can offer some guidance or ideas I'd really appreciate it....
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    Im currently on this question, I too am studying an access to higher education course. I was just wondering if you had studied Honey and Mumford(1982) struggling to decide whether their
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    (Original post by HollieH2018)
    Im currently on this question, I too am studying an access to higher education course. I was just wondering if you had studied Honey and Mumford(1982) struggling to decide whether their
    Hi Hollie, sorry for delay. No I read about the Kolbs and the Maslows, as found these two most relatable and easiest to kinda explain and relate to. X
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    Did anyone pass this unit that is able to help me with mine ? I really do not understand what im supposed to do
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    Could anyone give me any pointers? I'm really struggling.

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