THE 3 A’S OF KNOWLEDGE TRANSFER: ACQUIRE, ANALOGISE, APPLY PT 1 Pt 1: ACQUIRING KNOWLEDGE EFFICIENTLY This is the second instalment of a 4 part
The 3 a’s of knowledge TRANSFER: ACQUIRE, ANALOGISE, APPLY intro
THIS 4 PART BLOG SERIES is created to assist an educator design a sequence of learning that drives towards the ultimate goal of knowledge transfer. Consensus around the notion of transfer in learning is loose to say the least:
Recognition, assimilation and accommodation – 3 key terms in education
The mind is set up to process content in a myriad of ways, but 3 processes seem particularly relevant to education: the recognition of content,
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DO YOU EXPLICITLY DISCUSS MOTIVATION WITH STUDENTS?
This is part 2 of an essay based on self-regulated learning, and whether it needs to be taught for students to become skilled in it.
DO WE NEED TO TEACH SELF-REGULATION?
Achieving independence and self-regulation in learning is the holy grail of education, but how to go about it is as equally mystical. Essential to the