 This feature specifically states the experiences which move the learner toward a love of learning in general, or of lear...
 it is possible to structure knowledge in a way that enables the learner to most readily grasp the information. Understa...
 This means that a body of knowledge   must be in a simple enough form for the learner to understand it and it must be in...
in no one sequencing will fit every learner, but general, increasing difficulty. Sequencing, or lack of it, can make lear...
 Rewards and punishment should     be selected and paced appropriately. Ideally, interest in subject matter is the best ...
 He believed that perception,  conceptualization, learning,  decision making, and making  inferences all involved categor...
1. Criterial attributes - requiredcharacteristics for inclusion of anobject in a category. (Example, for anobject to be in...
3. The third rule assigns weight           to various properties. (Example, it could be a car even if a tire was missing, ...
 Identity categories - categories include objects based on their attributes or features. Equivalent categories (provide ...
 Coding systems are categories serve        to recognize sensory input. They are major organizational variables in higher...
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  1. 1.  This feature specifically states the experiences which move the learner toward a love of learning in general, or of learning something in particular. Motivational, cultural, and personal factors contribute to this. Part of the task of a teacher is to maintain and direct a childs spontaneous explorations.
  2. 2.  it is possible to structure knowledge in a way that enables the learner to most readily grasp the information. Understanding the fundamental structure of a subject makes it more comprehensible. Details are better retained when placed within the context of an ordered and structured pattern.
  3. 3.  This means that a body of knowledge must be in a simple enough form for the learner to understand it and it must be in a form recognizable to the students experience.
  4. 4. in no one sequencing will fit every learner, but general, increasing difficulty. Sequencing, or lack of it, can make learning easier or more difficult.
  5. 5.  Rewards and punishment should be selected and paced appropriately. Ideally, interest in subject matter is the best stimulus for learning.
  6. 6.  He believed that perception, conceptualization, learning, decision making, and making inferences all involved categorization. Bruner suggested a system of coding in which people form a hierarchical arrangement of related categories. Each successively higher level of categories becomes more specific.
  7. 7. 1. Criterial attributes - requiredcharacteristics for inclusion of anobject in a category. (Example, for anobject to be included in the category "car" it musthave an engine, 4 wheels, and be a possible meansof transportation)2. The second rule prescribes how thecriterial attributes are combined.
  8. 8. 3. The third rule assigns weight to various properties. (Example, it could be a car even if a tire was missing, and if it was used for hauling cargo it would be shifted to a different category of "truck" or perhaps "van". 4. The fourth rule sets acceptance limits on attributes. Some attributes can vary widely, such as color. Others are fixed. For example a vehicle without an engine is not a car. Likewise, a vehicle with only two wheels would not be included in "car".
  9. 9.  Identity categories - categories include objects based on their attributes or features. Equivalent categories (provide rules for combining categories. Equivalence can be determined by affective criteria, which render objects equivalent by emotional reactions, functional criteria, based on related functions
  10. 10.  Coding systems are categories serve to recognize sensory input. They are major organizational variables in higher cognitive functioning. Going beyond immediate sensory data involves making inferences on the basis of related categories. Related categories form a "coding system." These are hierarchical arrangements of related categories.

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