CLASSROOM APPLICATIONS ON A NOVEL CONTEMPORARY THEORY: STUDENT SYSTEMATIC LEARNING THEORY

Z. Al-Shammari1, T. Yawkey2

1Gulf University for Science and Technology (KUWAIT)
2The Pennsylvania State University (KUWAIT)
This research paper provides significant research based classroom applications. This research itself proposes and substantiates a contemporary novel student systematic learning theory(SSLT). SSLT assists understandings of the "hows" student learning. Student learns that SSLT means that learning as a corollary is directed and shaped based on theoretical principles. Said differently, learning just does not happen. The study defines sharply the proposed theory, and explains with examples the fundamental building blocks of SSLT. The study as part of its building blocks addresses three major theoretical principles of theory including applications to students in classroom learning settings. In a "nut shell", SSLT concerns itself with understanding how to increasing the achievement levels of students. SSLT's definition of achievement as well takes into consideration cultural and many other factors. Applications of SSLT highlight significant results-based evidence of student systematic learning theory. Conclusions and recommendations address significant results and importance of this SSLT in fields of education.