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The breadth and depth of instructional methods David Taylor
Let’s recap on what is involved in learning Strategies for facilitating learning
How people learn Taylor and Hamdy 2013
There are four elements Dissonance Elaboration Organising Consolidating Not necessarily in exactly that order – but they are all necessary
Dissonance – most important Existing knowledge Activate Articulate The task Resources Motivation, development, style Not the only phase!
Elaboration and refinement
After observing and reflecting upon the dissonance We develop a series of possible explanations The “richness” and the “context” of the elaborations is important
Reflect and organise
We then have to narrow down the possibilities – choosing the best alternatives Organise them into a story that makes sense And test our ideas
Reflect and consolidate
We have articulated what we think or received the results of our experiment And have received feedback So we are in a position to affirm or reject our new ideas
Feedback is important
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