Types of learning

Implicit Learning: This type of learning occurs unconsciously through exposure to stimuli in the environment. Individuals acquire knowledge or skills without intentionally focusing on the task at hand.

Explicit Learning: Explicit learning involves conscious effort and intentionality. Individuals actively engage in the learning process through instruction, practice, and deliberate attention to the subject matter.

Associative Learning: Associative learning involves making connections or associations between stimuli in the environment

Observational Learning: Also known as social learning or modeling, observational learning occurs when individuals acquire new behaviors or skills by observing and imitating others.

Experiential Learning: Experiential learning emphasizes learning through direct experience and reflection. Individuals engage in hands-on activities, experimentation, and real-world problem-solving to gain knowledge and skills.