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SS11_4-3_StrategyUse - Theme 4 Learning can be strategic...

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 5/17/11 Theme 4: Learning can be strategic Processing (memory) strategies Attention strategies Strategy use development Metacognition and expertise
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 5/17/11 Attentional control review Share your notes on how attentional  control is utilized in commercials.
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 5/17/11 commercials Your observations: Old commercial New commercial Depth of processing ensures long term retention.   Advertisers know that the longer (or more intensely) they  can get you to think about something, the more likely  you’ll be to remember it
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 5/17/11 Commercials With the Internet, cell phones, television, radio, and print  media, we are awash in a sea of information.  Attentional  control is a survival skill in today’s world. Consider the challenges this presents for teachers and  students: How can teachers compete with the high salience (attention  grabbing ability) of television? Won’t anything seem boring after you’ve watched cartoons  all day? What mental state do we imagine kids raised in the current  environment experience?
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Click to edit Master subtitle style  5/17/11 Theme 4: lesson 3 Developmental Changes in Strategy  Use
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 5/17/11 Review of development How do memory strategies develop? Strategies move from least to most cognitive load  requirements. How does attention strategy develop? Inhibition gets better Ability to tune out distractions gets better Today will be all about how people  switch between  strategies and/or become more strategic
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 5/17/11 What’s the goal?
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