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Article Review for Class

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  • For those of you in my class, I mentioned that Cucumber lived for 3 and a half years. Sadly I found her lifeless shell yesterday in her terrarium. I truly admired this unusual and whimsical milipede, more than I'd imagined possible for an insect. I highly recommend them as classroom pets.
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  • 1. Chapter 5 InformationProcessing
    Paired Article Presentation/Critique
    Thursday, June 23, 2011
    Dr. BinyaoZheng
    Kathy D. Shields with Sherri Booker
    Learning Theories
  • 2. MEMORY
    “…premised on the belief that memory is a multi-faceted, if not multi-staged, system of connections and representations that encompass a lifetime accumulation of perceptions.”
  • 3. Purpose – Study Learning
    Encode
    Structure
    Store
    Retrieve
  • 4. Research
  • 5. Stage Theories
    Discontinuous and multi-staged
    Three stages, sensory, short and long-term memory
    Visual ½ second transfer
    Auditory 3 second transfer
    Attention
    Automaticity
    Holistic versus individual characteristics
    Short-term 15-30 second unrehearsed
    Limitations on working memory
    Encoding is critical
    Elaboration can transfer from short to long-term
  • 6. Network Theories
    “To perceive is to categorize, to conceptualize is to categorize, to learn is to form categories, to make decisions is to categorize.” (Bruner, 1998, pg. 3).
    Categorizing Memories (pg. 6)
    Episodic
    Semantic
    Declarative
    Procedural
  • 7. Non-Linear Memory Theory
    Levels of Processing
  • Dual Coding-Connectionist
    • Language & Nonverbal(Rumelhart, 1980, pg. 8)
    • 13. Memory stored throughout the brain
    • 14. No serial processing
    • 15. Connections throughout the network
  • Brain Changes
    • Maturity
    • 16. Experience
    • 17. Processing Speed, Efficiency
    • 18. Modified Connections
    • 19. New Concepts, Reorganization
    • 20. Increased Capacity to Solve Problems
  • Applications
    Encoding
    Elaborating
    Categorizing
    Comparing
    Strategy Assimilation over time (pg. 10)
    Allow for Deep Processing
    Blooms (pg. 11)
    “…meaningful learning is reflective, constructive, and self-regulated.” (pg. 14)

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