Unit 1 Learning Objectives_SP11

Unit 1 Learning Objectives_SP11 - EDP 310 1 Unit 1 Learning...

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EDP 310 1 Unit 1 Learning Objectives for Course Content Topic: Model of Strategic Learning 1. List and discuss the four components of the Model of Strategic Learning, and give examples of each. Explain how each of these components can contribute to academic success. 2. List and explain the 4 characteristics of strategic learning. 3. Discuss why one should strive to be both effective and efficient in learning. 4. Describe the purpose of the Model of Strategic Learning. 5. Discuss and give an example of how the Model of Strategic Learning is interactive 6. Explain which components of the Model of Strategic Learning are or are not generally under the learner’s direct control. Topic: Information Processing 1. Identify which component of the Model of Strategic Learning Information Processing falls under and why. 2. Discuss how using Information Processing strategies can contribute to becoming a more strategic learner. 3. Discuss and give examples of how learning is an active process. 4. Discuss and give examples of the three categories of knowledge acquisition strategies: rehearsal, elaboration and organization. Be able to determine which category of strategies is best suited for a given situation. 5.
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This note was uploaded on 08/02/2011 for the course EDP 310 taught by Professor Doherty during the Spring '08 term at University of Texas at Austin.

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Unit 1 Learning Objectives_SP11 - EDP 310 1 Unit 1 Learning...

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