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Poor Learning Tendencies

Superficial attention to content

Impulsive attention
Premature closure
Inappropriate application
Staying stuck
Non - retrieval
Ineffective restructuring
Lack of Reflective Thinking - within the subject boundaries

Discrete learning
The learner focuses only on the current activity without attempting to look for connection between it and what has come previously. Each lesson, activity or even instruction is seen as isolated from the others.

A less extreme form we call-
Linear learning
Here attempts are made to link successive ideas and events, but only in the order they are presented. No attempt is made to link successive ideas on pages 2 and 82, or ideas and procedures learnt in different topics

Lack of External Reflective thinking