Madelene Rose T. Merciales
The Nature and the Powers of Faculties of the Learner
POWERS FACULTIES OF EVERY LEARNER:
Learner's Rational Will
There are certain fundamental qualities of a learner that can be considered as the learners equipment in order for him of for her to absorbed knowledge in learning. These fundamental equipments are the learners cognitive as well as the learners appetitive faculties.
There are certain fundamental qualities of a learner that can be considered as the learner’s equipment in order for him of for her to absorbed knowledge in learning. These fundamental equipments are the learners cognitive as well as the learner’s appetitive faculties. These faculties will naturally help or guide the learner as he dealt with the learning process.
The cognitive faculties of the learners included his or her five senses, his memory, his imagination, as well as his intellect. All of these faculties is related to the basic operation of the human brain and are necessary for the learning process.
Through the learner’s five senses, the learners can be able to see, to hear, to taste and to smell. He or she can be able to grasp different information from his or her surrounding environment using these natural senses.
With the learner’s imagination, he or she can be able to form pictorial representation of material objects in his or her mind. This ability is an important factor in the learning process.
The learner’s memory is one of the important factors in learning. With the use of the memory, the learner can recall or retain post mental actions in his or her mind. The memory serves as the storage of the prior knowledge of the learner.
The learner’s intellect is also an important factor in learning. With the use of the learner’s intellect, he or she can be able to form concepts of ideas as he or she thinks as well make judgment from given information and reason out....