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Transcript of Elaboration Theory
for Instructional Design Analysis and Evaluation Cycle Summarization Synthesize Analogy General to Detailed Sequencing Backward Chaining Heirarchical Sequencing Forward Chaining Conceptual Theoretical Procedural Sequence Concepts are certain sets of objects, events, or symbols that have certain common characteristics. Procedures are sets of actions intended to
achieve an end. Principles are changes in something else,
generally denoting cause and effect. Presenting content from start to finish. Presenting content from end to start. Presenting content from most important to
least important. Summarizing As you zoom in and zoom out, you summarize
what you have learned so that there is a connection
between the "chunk" and the "whole." This is repeated
throughout the process. Develops or identifies relationships between "chunks"
in order to generate deeper understanding,
meaningfulness, and retention about "chunks." Use of a familiar idea or background knowledge to
provide understanding of a new "chunk." http://www.tubechop.com/watch/866117 7 Steps to Elaboration Theory Organize Simple to Complex Sequencing Presenting is more procedural; content is organized from simple to complex. Cognitive Strategy Activator Class materials that allow
the user to interact with
the instructional content. Learner Control Learners are in charge of the process of moving from "chunck" to "whole" and analyzing, synthesizing, and summarizing throughout.