An eloquent presentation of the workings of working memory and the implications it holds for learning
This post presents a brief elaboration on the third of seven principles of learning:
Principle #3 – Change. Learning is a specific type of change, which is governed by principles of (a) repetition, (b) time, (c) step size, (d) sequence, (e) contrast, (f) significance, and (g) feedback.
These seven principles of change are the inner mechanism by which learning is facilitated; in other words, the constraints and requirements of each of these principles must be satisfied in order for learning to take place. At first, changes in capacity and habit may be somewhat ephemeral and unstable. However, in accord with the seven principles of change which will now be discussed, these changes become long lasting and stable.
Principle #3a – Repetition. Learning is facilitated by repeated experience. Repetition in learning is much more…
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