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Unformatted text preview: TE Homework 10/19/09 Chelsea Meyers A. rote learning is the most basic, and is a basic level of learning where the student has the ability to repeat back something learned, with no understanding of its actual meaning, rote learning is repeated memorizing. Shallow learning is a little more complex, the student knowledge has meaning, but the student is not able to connect each fact to create a deeper meaning. In shallow learning the relationship of facts are not understood, but each fact alone has meaning to the student. Deep knowledge is the advanced meant of a student’s understanding from shallow learning. Deep knowledge is an understanding of each isolated facts meaning and how each of the facts relate and connect. B. Four possible reasons that students think about course material in a shallow way rather than deep knowledge, even when their teacher presents it in a deep, connected, interrelated manner. One reason is that a student’s understanding simply has not gone far enough to move the ideas to deep knowledge; the student needs more time to...
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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.
- Spring '08