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Prin.Learning - AS&D 420 Principles of Learning...

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Unformatted text preview: AS&D 420 Principles of Learning Principles of Learning Learning Domains Maslows Hierarchy of Needs Piagets Cognitive Stages Principles of Learning Are There Set Principles? NO! But there is quite a bit of overlap We will now examine a few while having fun! Prior Knowledge Game: If you can reference what we have already learned in class and link it to a learning principle, you will receive points. 13 Principles of Learning Organization & Structure Readiness to Learn Student Motivation Student Ownership Success as a Motivator Range of Challenge Knowledge of Progress Reinforcement Timing of Reinforcement Directed Learning Inquiry Based Instruction Practice Application & Practice Organization & Structure Learning is more likely to occur if there is a logical and sequential organization of information. Learning is maximized when there is a definite structure to learning activities. Learner Readiness Learning will occur if the material presented is at the correct cognitive level. This depends upon maturity and psychological development. (Not Age!) Example: Who will be better able to understand concepts related to farm taxes, 12th graders or 9th graders? Student Motivation...
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