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Filipino.theory

  1. 1. INFORMATIONPROCESSING THEORY
  2. 2. INFORMATIONPROCESSING THEORY Describes how the learner receives information from the environment through the senses.
  3. 3. TYPES OF KNOWLEDGE general vs. Specific Declarative Procedural Episodic Conditional
  4. 4. STAGES in the INFORMATIONPROCESSING THEORY Encoding Storage Retrieval
  5. 5. SENSORY REGISTER The first step in the IP model, holds all sensory information for a very brief time. Capacity Duration There is a difference in duration based on modality: auditory memory is more persistent than visual.
  6. 6. THE ROLE OF ATTENTION To bring information into consciousness, it is necessary that we give attention to it. Getting through this attentional filter is done when the learner is interested in the material. Before information is perceived, it is known as “precategorial” information.
  7. 7. SHORT TERMMEMORY(WORKING MEMORY)
  8. 8. LONG TERMMEMORY
  9. 9. EXECUTIVE CONTROLPROCESSES FORGETTING Two main ways in which forgetting likely occurs: DECAY INTERFERENCE
  10. 10. METHODS for INCREASING RETRIEVAL of INFORMATION Rehearsal Meaningful learning Organization Elaboration Visual imagery Generation Context Personalization
  11. 11. OTHER MEMORY METHODS Serial Position Effect Part Learning Distributed Practices Mnemonic Acids

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