The principles of learning are:

  1. Principle of motivation
  2. Principle of feedback
  3. Principle of reinforcement
  4. Principle of practice
  5. Principle of transfer

Process of Learning 

According to this theory, learning is a cognitive (the part of mental function that deals with logic, as opposed to affective with deals with emotions) process. It includes the following steps:

  1. Perceiving: perception is a process by which individuals organize and interpret their sensory impressions in order to give meaning to their environment (Robbins 1997). So when, individual encounter with the stimulus, he/she perceives it either positive or negative as per his/her ability to evaluate the situation or things
  2. Imaging: Individual visualizes the positive and negative effect of the stimulus. He/ she make an image about the work procedures, its environment and its execution etc.
  3. Thinking: Thinking is a way of identifying the solution for a In other words, it is building the alternative for decision making.
  4. Reasoning: Determining the cause and effect relation on those alternatives that has been It is the way of deduction interpretation from the areas. (Specifying from general)
  5. Decision making: Deciding the best alternative among others. This means, accepting the situation and change the attitude and behavior as per the requirements.