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How to apply what we learn.

How to apply what we learn.

  • Pre-define Your Resources.
  • Dedicate Your Time For Application
  • Asking yourself:Why Do You Want To Learn?
  • Final but most important :Take It Slow.

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The final process :gaining knowledge to creating wisdom.
  • Becoming Wise.
  • Getting on a journey of experiences.
  • Taking calculated Risks is the key to Wisdom.
  • Wisdom is the capability to think and act utilizing data, common sense, involvement, and inclusion. It comes only after getting the experience and knowledge of life.

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Knowledge is not what you think!
  1. What is knowledge? :The word knowledge is defined first as the “acquaintance with facts, truths or principles. K
  2. Knowledge is typically gained through books, research, and delving into facts.
  3. Knowledge is synonymous to building;
  • awareness.
  • education.
  • expertise.
  • familiarity.
  • grasp.
  • Ability.

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Why it is important to apply the gained knowledge. 🤔
  • The application of knowledge is necessary to achieve desired results throughout various aspects of life.
  • Proper application of knowledge gives us more practical experiences/ provides learning in a better way.
  • Finally, it leads to critical thinking which is the key ingredient for innovation.

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  • Knowledge is the factual information, the awareness, and understanding of a subject. It is basically information about something that comes from learning facts.
  • Wisdom is the ability to use knowledge and expertise to make sound judgement and decisions. It is an intangible quality that comes from experience and observation.

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Knowledge Exists On A Barometer

Continuously shifting depending on who you are talking to.

Treating knowledge as concrete (a noun)  suggests there is a specific point at which what you know becomes an absolute truth. When knowledge becomes a process, a fluid verb instead of a concrete noun, our worldview changes.

Knowing more about a subject doesn’t necessarily mean that you are right. We need to be able to measure the quality of information we possess.

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4 Types of Knowledge

Declarative Knowledge:

  • Factual: Facts & concepts. This information can and must be learned through exposure & repetition. This includes the basics about an industry or job.
  • Conceptual: Related to factual knowledge, conceptual knowledge can be understood as knowing the interrelationships between elements that make up a larger structure. 

And:

  • Procedural Knowledge: how to accomplish something. It can be stolen through imitation and practice!
  • Metacognitive Knowledge: what you learn about learning. For example, one may realize a particular strategy is not working & try something else. 

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