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Discovery Strategy

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  • 1. Discovery
  • 2. Aim of Discovery Strategy
    Discovery
    Learn the material by interacting with it
  • 3. Guidance is Good
    Do not send students into the uncharted territory of a new concept without some pointers first.
  • 4. Take Time
    Careful consideration about the design and all the things that could happen is best.
  • 5. Discovery
    Allow for mistakes
    Experience
    Prior knowledge
    Build on Before
  • 6. Advantages
    Repetition
    Interactive
    Student controlled
  • 7. Disadvantages
    Lessons can be unclear
    Time consuming
    Preparation is required
  • 8. Integration
    Instructional technology and media aids in discovery learning.
    Discovery can inspire students to explore other interests.
    Library media specialists are the guide as teachers and students use the technology.
  • 9. In Conclusion
    The Discovery Strategy is a powerful approach, aided by technology and media, that allows students to interact with their environment in order to learn, but it requires time and detailed explanations from the teacher.