Is there a difference between learning and performance? If so, what is it? If not, why?© BrainMass Inc. brainmass.com October 24, 2018, 11:03 pm ad1c9bdddf
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1. Is there a difference between learning and performance? If so, what is it? If not, why?
By definition, the two terms are different. However, depending on the theory of learning one holds, behavior might be included in the definition of learning e.g., learning by practicing or performing. Performance is behavior and part of the learning process, along with cognition.
For example, a fairly standard consensual definition is "a relatively permanent change in behavior (sic.; it's American of course) that results from practice." (Atkinson et al 1993, in attached article). This is of course arguable, ...
The difference between learning and performance is explained. It also explains why cognition and behavior are crucial components of the learning process. Supplemented with one article that explains the learning theories and components of learning. Several links are included for further reading.
Learning and Cognition
Please help me with the following points, as I am preparing a speech, and presentation. I just need a jump start, and an easy way to explain it, in about 200 words for each point. I have already written my introduction, and opening statements, as well as the body of my speech. I just need some additional outside information.
? Definition of learning is examined
? Reviews the role between learning and behavior
? Describes two types of learning
? Describes the relationship between learning and cognition
? Provides at least one example of the relationship between learning and cognition.
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