4.2 notes - Speed accuracy trade off o When young go for...

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Unformatted text preview: Speed accuracy trade off o When young go for correct Production deficiency o Know a strategy but dont know when to use it o Typical of preschool kids Control deficiency o Know a strategy and sometimes use it at right time, but do not use it consistently at the right time. Sometimes revert to less effect strategies Other times dont use a strategy at all o Typical of children in the early grades Utilization deficiency o Consistently use the right strategy at the right time o However, this doesnt lead to better performance at the task Its like this uses up all their resources just coming up with the right strategy o Continues into middle childhood Effective use o Consistently use the right strategy at the right time and this leads to better performance o Usually occurs by mid-elementary grades Expertise o Detect meaningful features/patterns o Accumulate/organize deep knowledge o Retrieve important knowledge easily o Adapt to new situation o Use effective strategies (104-105)...
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This note was uploaded on 05/02/2010 for the course TE 150 taught by Professor Palmer during the Spring '08 term at Michigan State University.

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4.2 notes - Speed accuracy trade off o When young go for...

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