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SS11_Unit_1_Day_6_Motivation

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Click to edit Master subtitle style Motivation Unit 1 Lesson 6
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Review of Where We’ve Been So Far… Basic Learning Mechanisms 1. Statistical Learning 2. Conditioning 3. Concepts and Categories 4. Analogical Reasoning 5. Adaptation 1. Motivation 22
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Piaget’s Process of Cognitive Adaptation   Involves these 4 concepts Equilibrium Able to explain new ideas or experiences using existing  ways of understanding Assimilation Able to incorporate new ideas or experiences into existing  ways of understanding Disequilibrium Unable to explain new ideas or experiences using existing  ways of understanding Accommodation  33
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Every year since the age of one, seven-year-old  Nicole has been taken by her parents to see  Santa Claus at the local mall. And each  Christmas morning, there are numerous  presents under the family Christmas tree that  her parents tell Nicole were left by Santa  Claus just for her. Consequently, Nicole is  excited when it is Christmas time. Near the  next Christmas, when playing outside in the  snow at recess, a ten-year boy teasers her that  there is no real Santa Claus and that it was  her parents who had been placing presents  44
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What makes you want to learn?
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