Lecture 2, Jan 24 - i. Bio-Life d. Microsephillie-small...

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January 24, 2008 Lecture 2: AP Bio Quiz: Tool to illustrate need for repetition Ben Bloom, Learning, and Biology Cognitive Psychology is the study of how you form memories and learn. Bloom’s Taxonomy: How we think about learning A. Taxonomy is the organizing and learning of tasks. B. Relates to standard homework C. Etymology is the study of the derivation (origin) of words a. Science – Greek i. Etymon-original meaning ii. Logia-to talk about b. Taxonomy i. Taxis- arrangement ii. Nomia- system of laws 1. Taxonomy is rules of arrangement c. Biology: Study of Life
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Unformatted text preview: i. Bio-Life d. Microsephillie-small head i. Micro- small ii. Sephillie- Head e. Hydrosephillie- excess fluid in the head i. Hydro- water balloon ii. Sephillie- head f. Macrosephillie- big head i. Macro-big ii. Sephillie- head What does it mean to Learn? A. Change in behavior (process) resulting from experience that reduces probability of non-productive outcome B. Memory is when you store information by repetition a. Repetition causes you to form memory which causes a anatomical and chemical change in cells....
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