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@ Cognitive Power and Outstanding Learning ICOLACE 2010 Professor Abdulaziz Malik Professor of Cognitive Learnability Sudan Scientists Organisation Director Scientific Affairs & Research Oxford University. UK – Institute of Developmental Studies & Research University of Khartoum Professor Malik © July 2010 (Monday 26)
Professor Abdulaziz Malik © existence of awareness & creative vision creates interrelated influence on Learning
Professor Abdulaziz Malik © Securing the three elements Using Cognitive Power in 3 Cognitive Processes Learning to know Needs Learning to live Demands Learning to do Sharing
Professor Abdulaziz Malik © Concurrent relation: Cog -p Out-L Function Readiness Value Brightness Influence leads to Behaviour Change
Professor Abdulaziz Malik © Education is projected in personal characteristics to emerge claimed/tested Outstanding Behaviour
Professor Abdulaziz Malik © new generations endorsement of self-centred profile Why ?
Professor Abdulaziz Malik © prejudiced concept of no way to communicate signifies situations & defeats mental motor
Professor Abdulaziz Malik © Learn how to tolerate others Practicing silence when others are wrong Share when right
Professor Abdulaziz Malik © Reasoning Practice Learn how to Speak out rights politely Not to repel when criticised
Professor Abdulaziz Malik © Stereotyped Hasty Thinking SHT results two deficiencies:
Professor Abdulaziz Malik © 1 st is the short sighted perspective of personal development
Professor Abdulaziz Malik © 2 nd is the weak link with the community No appealing system Family or School
Professor Abdulaziz Malik © working towards long- term commitment to community enrichment
Professor Abdulaziz Malik © working towards long- term sustainability
Professor Abdulaziz Malik © Cognitive Power is directed by the need for immediate security Outstanding Learning creates sustainable roles of community members
Mechanism of Building Confidence Professor Abdulaziz Malik © PhD. Cognitive Learnability Oxford University, UK university of Khartoum firstname.lastname@example.org 002499 12 3 9 2228 @
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