Explain why this principle resonates with you and the importance of the principle.
Six Principles of Learning Kadushin and Harkness describe six principles of learning, listed below. Use the information provided to go into detail concerning the one principle explained. 1. Explain why this principle resonates with you and the importance of the principle. 2. Propose an example of a situation in supervision and describe how the principle you chose could be used in the example. References Alfred Kadushin, & Daniel Harkness. (2014). Supervision in Social Work. Columbia University Press. Principles of Learning: 1. Principle 1: People Learn Best if they are highly motivated to learn. When applying this principle, the supervisor can use the following techniques: 2. **Principle 2: People Learn Best when they can devote most of their energies to learning. USE THIS PRINCIPLE FOR THE WORK.** The supervisor can use the following techniques for Principle 2: a. Provide structure. b. Respect the worker’s rights, within limits, to determine his or her own solutions. c. Establish a safe and secure atmosphere. d. Acknowledge and use what the worker already knows and can do. e. Move from the familiar to the unfamiliar. f. Demonstrate confidence (if warranted) in the worker’s ability to learn. g. Know your content. Be ready and willing to teach. 3. Principle 3: People learn best when learning is successful and rewarding. 4. Priciple 4: People learn best if they are actively involved in the learning process. 5. Principle 5: People learn best if the content is meaningfully presented. 6. Principle 6: People learn best if the supervisor takes into consideration the supervisee’s uniqueness as a learner. Requirements: Length: Minimum 250 words, APA 7th edtion, times roman, 12 point Cite: minimum 2 scholarly sources. Only use Principle 2 to answer the questions.