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Chap 7 notes 267-275 Metacognition A. Metacognition involves: 1. clarative knowledge: factors that influence your learning and memory 2. Procedural knowledge: knowing how to use the strategies 3. Conditional knowledge: knowing when and why to apply procedures and Knowledge 4. use the above three to solve problems and accomplish goals B. Metacognitive strategies for students with disabilities 1.try to use more mnemonic devices in order to make it easier for students with disabilities to memories better. Method for Helping Students Learn A. Making it meaningful 1. present lessons in vocabulary that is meaningful to students 2. make use of information that students already have in order to make
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Unformatted text preview: connections with information that you are trying to teach B. Use Visials 1. it is important to use a well balanced dose of visuals and textual instruction when teaching 2. p. 271 break the information into smaller pieces C. Mnemonics: connects what is being learned with stored memories or images 1. Loci method: picture a list of familiar places in order to remember list 2. Acronyms: 3. Chain mnemonics D. Tips to memorizing: • Break information up into smaller pieces • Study daily do not cram E. Automatic knowledge 1. knowledge that is gain and never forgotten because the process becomes so repetitive that it becomes basic knowledge (walking)...
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