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LeaRNING pRINCIPES

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Blessing Okpalaugo

on 1 December 2015

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Transcript of LeaRNING pRINCIPES

cHAPTER 5 LeaRNING pRINCIPES
Main Idea
" Marlene is a very conscientious and capable 30 year old student who has quit her job as a receptionist in a doctor's office to work on her degree in nursing. She attends class every day. Marlene keeps up with her reading assignments and homework and listens carefully in class. She uses a planner to make sure she has plenty of time aside for studying for tests. The night before a test, Marlene rereads the chapters in the text and looks over any review sheet the professor may have given. She repeats definitions and facts she thinks will be on the test over and over. However, Marlene is very frustrated after failing her first history and psychology tests and barely passing her biology test. She is beginning to think she may have made a mistake in her decision to attend college."
10 Learning Principles
Interest
Intent to remember
Basic background
Selectivity
Meaningful organization
Recitation
Visualization
Association
Consolidation
Distributed practice
MAKING CONNECTIONS
Long-term memory
A system for permanently storing, managing and retrieving information for later use.
Applying all these principles and skills will lead Marlene to a successful college student.
Steps to sucess...
Knowledge
Comprehension
Application
Analysis
Synthesis
Evaluation
Using what we know about how memory works, what advice can we give Marlene?
By: Blessing Okpalaugo and Lorena Nunez
Short-Term Memory
An information that fades away is intentionally tossed away or in processed for storage in long term memory.

Thank you.
Any questions?
Starting the connections
1. Interest
2. Intent to remember
3. Basic Background
Controlling the Amount and Form
4. Selectivity
5. Meaningful Organization
Strengthening Neural Connections
6. Recitation
7. Visualization
8. Association
Allowing time Solidify Pathways
9. Consolidation
10. Distributed practice
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