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Critical Players in Learning: Attention & Memory

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Philippe Ernewein

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Transcript of Critical Players in Learning: Attention & Memory

Attention &
Memory

Flip Side
Attention
Memory
What will you remember?
Processing Controls
Mental Energy Controls
Production Controls
Short Term
Active Working
Long Term
Procedural Learning System
PR_CE__ING C___ROLS
Regulates incoming information
Decides what's important
How will it ring a bell?
How will it be categorized & marked?
Trouble identifying what's important
New input fails to ring a bell
Too many associations
M_NT_L E___GY CON___LS
Regulates energy flow to parts of brain that need it
Often poor sleepers
Substitute physical energy for insufficient mental energy
Students fatigue quickly
Looks like inconsistency
Important to chunk bigger tasks, directions in to smaller parts
PRO___TION CONTROLS
Handles output
Helps with planning, organizing, monitoring & prediciting
Access previous experience to decide how to act
Doing things too quickly without planning or previewing outcomes
Importance of PRIMED
SHORT TERM
Learning's front entrance
Relay station
About 2 seconds
Messages go through "recoding"
Abbreviating & condensing incoming information
Visual, verbal, sequential
ACTIVE WORKING
Information rests here; few minutes - hours
Holding together parts of ideas, stories, concepts while they develop
Place for ideas to gel
Opportunities for processing
LONG TERM
Warehouse for knowledge & skills
Filing for later use; consolidation
Pairs, procedures, categories, rules & familiar patterns
Model how to show ways for students to organize & access
"Procedural learning sytem is learning how to do something and learning it to the point where it's automatic."
Poor automaticy in routine skills, results in slower completion and less efficiency with routine tasks.
Consequence
These students often innovate & experiment with routines & procedures, often seeking/finding a new & better way of doing something.
Contrast
Students with strong procedural learning abilities, quickly learn to perform tasks in just the way they were taught...
SO
They perform without much thought reflection; less need, desire to innovate.
Why people with dyslexia are successful in business
What makes Sir Richard Branson and Bill Gates successful businessmen? According to Professor Julie Logan, it could be the link she's found between entrepreneurship and dyslexia. Her research shows entrepreneurs in the UK are twice as likely to be dyslexic as the general person in the population and three times as likely in the US. Indeed, 19 per cent of UK entrepreneurs are dyslexic compared to just one per cent of corporate managers.
So What?
Google Docs
Planning/Alerts
IPAD Specifics
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