Lifelong learning

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Lifelong learning par Mind Map: Lifelong learning

1. Bouncing forward

1.1. Resilience and Stress

1.1.1. The ability to remain calm and be productive even when unsure.

1.1.1.1. “People who engage in expressive writing report feeling happier and less negative than before writing. Similarly, reports of depressive symptoms, rumination, and general anxiety tend to drop in the weeks and months after writing about emotional upheavals.” (Dr. James Pennebaker)

1.1.2. adapt, stay focused, calm and collected

1.1.3. Stress management is one of the most important skills you will encounter throughout your education

1.1.3.1. Be aware of triggers and how to overcome them.

1.1.4. mood - the volume of positive energy. Reflecting our attitudes towards the past present and future Self worth- Is reflected in our inner dialogue and our outward confidence Self control - determines how we respond to everyday situations (Hallenbeck, 2016)

2. Learning to learn

2.1. Learning agility - the ability to adapt in an everchanging society.

2.1.1. In a world where workers need to shift from the routines of todays jobs to a new and previously unimagined futures, it will be an agile mindset and lifelong learning which will enable us to navigate the unknown, cope with complexity and maintain performance under first-time conditions (WEF, 2018, Miller 2019)

2.1.2. (Hallenbeck, Swisher & Orr, 2011) believe it is knowing what to do when you don't know what to do.

2.1.3. The ability to learn, unlearn, and relearn. Adapting to the possibilities of having to give up leant skills to be replaced by new skills ; adaptation.

2.2. Going against the Grain - As a society we are often set in our ways. although not necessarily a bad thing. This can result in complacency.

3. Unpacking experiences

3.1. Reflection

3.1.1. When we consciously think about our responses, feelings and actions, and then interpret them in order to learn and grow from them

3.1.2. Step back, pause to listen and reflect - this will allow us to identify things that would probably go a miss.

3.1.3. Being open, mindful, reflective, introspect, understanding and generous.

3.2. Reflexive

3.2.1. This allows us to examine our feelings, motives and the way in which these may influence our believes and experiences.

3.2.2. We dont see things as they are, we see them as we are. (Anais Nin)

4. Healthy mind in a healthy body

4.1. Physical literacy

4.1.1. It is important to break down the journey that gets us to where we are

4.1.1.1. who's influenced us on our journeys.. postivitely or negatively ?

4.1.1.2. Any transitions that have impacted life and the decisions made ?

4.2. Mental benefits of movement

4.2.1. Short term benefits consist of mood improvement, the ability to focus, and the ability to cope with stress.