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Unformatted text preview: ly education. Albany, NY: Delmar Publishers. Jonassen, D. H., Tessmer, M., & Hannum, W. (1999). Handbook of task analysis procedures. Mahwah, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum. Marlowe, B. A. & Page, M. L. (1998). Creating and sustaining the constructivist Classroom. Thousand Oaks, CA: Corwin Press, Inc. Torp, L. & Sage, S. (2002). Problems as possibilities problem-based learning for k-16 education.(2nd ed.). Alexandria, VA: Association for Supervision and Curriculum Development 65 Chapter 9 Figures Table 9.1. Gagne+ s hierarchy of intellectual skills. Intellectual Skill Category Description Examples Discrimination Discriminations involve being able to recognize that two events are different, without necessarily understanding the nature of the difference. They represent categories of object features, objects, and events. Concrete concepts can be pointed to in the environment. Defined concepts tend to be more general and abstract than concrete concepts. Students need to be able to match examples to the definition or list of characteristics. Defined concepts are often hypothetical constructs or agreed upon ideas that are fundamental to the structure of a discipline. Rules and principles are generalizations that we apply in making sense of the world. Relational rules often take the form of an “if/then” construction. Procedural rules are the steps for executing a procedure. To demonstrate an understanding of a rule, students need to be able to apply the procedure. Being able to discriminate between the letters b and d to read and write Higher order rules involve the sequencing and application of acquired rules, principles, and concepts to meet the demands of Students combine various principles and concepts of science to develop a habitat for an endangered species. Concrete Concept Defined Concepts Rules and Principles Higher Order Rule Tree, dog, up, and table are examples of concrete concepts Negative reinforcement, democracy, and negative numbers are examples of defined concepts. Rela...
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