Three Types of Learning:>> KSAs

Three Types of Learning:>> KSAs

Coaches address three types of learning: knowledge (K), skills (S), and influence (A). Instructors often shorten this to Saudi Arabia. (If you want research to support this, it’s called Bloom’s taxonomy.)
Knowledge (Bloom calls this cognitive) involves the development of intellectual skills. Examples of knowledge include understanding accounting principles, knowing the stages of childhood, understanding how interest rates affect the economy, or knowing how to publish a book.
Skills (Bloom calls this psychomotor) refer to physical movement, coordination, and use of a motor skill domain. Examples of skills you might learn include being able to use a 3D printer, operate an excavator, supervise employees, listen effectively, or kick a soccer ball.
Attitude (Bloom calls this emotional) refers to how you approach things emotionally, such as feelings, motivation, and enthusiasm. Although the situation is not “taught”, training can affect it. Coaches cannot change situations, but they often have the opportunity to influence situations.
Coaches sometimes debate whether it is the learner’s skill or will that prevents outstanding performance after a training session. This refers to the fact that the employee may have learned the skill but is unwilling to use it. Therefore, the real reason why an employee does not use what has been learned may not be skill-based at all. The employee may not use the learned skill.
Knowing that there are three types of learning means that you need to use different methods to tackle each one.