Transform Teaching and Learning Methods, and help students develop Increased Interest in Learning
We send our children to school to learn and become self sufficient. However, not until after graduation, when one must independently address life concerns, do they start to learn in the right way to handle problems. Most people ironically put learning on hold in order to earn a living; what they actually put on hold is school methods of learning. They start learning but only as beginners. Many people find that school learning do not help or inform their personal efforts.
Many students find school learning to be time consuming, tedious and unenjoyable. Students do not learn or see how learning is connected to what they aspire to achieve. Accordingly, students do not see how learning is connected to who/what they become. Therefore, many students do not see the benefits of learning, and they do not exercise their interest or cultivate habits of learning how to learn.
The Center for Development of Interest In Learning (CDOIL) is an organization of seasoned researchers; our goal is to transform teaching and learning methods, and help students develop increased interest in learning.
The mission of Center for Development of Interest in Learning is to research students' conscious and unconsciousness needs to excel, and inform them up-front how school learning is in their best interest. We are dedicated to research Goal and Task Thinking Methods of learning, point out advantages in understanding and in helping students to highlight and explore these differences.
Mission of CDOIL
At the Center for Development of Interest in Learning (CDOIL), our mission is to transform teaching and learning methods. CDOIL seeks to develop a new generation of writers, researchers and educators who differentiate Goal from Task Thinking, clarify strategies required in goal and task thinking teaching and learning, and help students learn how to learn well.
CDOIL seeks to differentiates Goal from Task Thinking, clarify strategies required in Goal and Task Thinking situations and help students develop increased interest in Learning.