Lesson1-Cambournes_Seven_Conditions_of_Learning

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Click to edit Master subtitle style Cambourne’s Seven  Conditions of Learning Dr. Brian Cambourne Head of the Center for Studies in Literacy Wollongong University in Australia
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1. IMMERSION Immerse students in the content and  context Use multi-sensory approach ( sights,  sounds, tastes, feelings) Saturate the classroom with  meaningful and relevant content
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2. DEMONSTRATION Give practical and concrete models Demonstrate using explicit action,  giving a visual or auditory  representation of the new learning Use multi-sensory approaches Use frameworks to aid memory
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3. EXPECTATIONS Be clear about what you expect your  students to know, be able to do, or value Start and end every lesson with a focus on  the expected learning Encourage students to reach for the highest  level of performance Provide rubrics when large tasks are  assigned
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Unformatted text preview: 4. RESPONSIBILITY Teach problem solving Give choices of ways students can demonstrate their learning Provide leadership opportunities Speak about students being accountable for their own learning 5.APPROXIMATIONS Celebrate close approximations Identify the classes’ “zone of proximal development” in relation to what you are asking them to learn Modify expectations as needed for Special Needs students 6. PRACTICE Keep contexts authentic Many practice opportunities are needed Start with near transfer practice and move to far transfer practice as students gain confidence with the new skill or knowledge 7. FEEDBACK/SUPPORT/ Give feedback continuously Be realistic Be specific about strengths and weaknesses/ next steps for learning Celebrate!...
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This note was uploaded on 03/01/2011 for the course EDRE 4850 taught by Professor Teddimartin during the Spring '11 term at North Texas.

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