Monthly Archives: January 2015

The “gogys”

This week in class we looked at “the Gogys;” Pedagogy, Andragogy, Huetagogy. I viewed this brief YouTube video from Professor Alabaster McAlastair which helped me understand the terms: video My first reaction to the video was that I had a professor … Continue reading

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What is an adult learner?

This week in class, we were challenged to think about adult learning styles and what defines an adult learner. Here are my thoughts… What an interesting and multifaceted question.

 At first it seems as though it would be easy to … Continue reading

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Reflective Journal: Social Cognitive Theory – Learning is Social and Context Bound


Social Cognitive Theory – Learning is Social and Context Bound
 Objective Humans, as learners, are not just cognitively learning about new ideas and concepts, we are also observing others as peers, guides, and role-models and copying or replicating their behaviours. … Continue reading

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A brief autobiography

Greetings & welcome to my blog! My name is Robin Cook Bondy and my professional bio goes something like this: Robin found her niche in the areas of issues management, media relations and strategic communications early in her career. Over … Continue reading

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