List of Figures

Figure 1. Human potential for increase of capacity, establishment of habit, and definition of being

Figure 2. Capacity can increase both in range (horizontally) and degree (vertically)

Figure 3. A target of learning may be selected intentionally or follow incidentally

Figure 4. Simple and complex targets of learning

Figure 5. Seven principles of change by which the inner mechanism by which learning is facilitated

Figure 6. Principles of change are activated and aligned with learning targets through models of practice, exercise, and experience

Figure 7. Learning is facilitated by a context of practice that is the same as, or accurately represents, the context of performance

Figure 8. The relationship between the four components of motivation

Figure 9. The completed principles-of-learning framework

 

 

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