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What can teachers do to promote learning?

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Marina Isabel Arrieta Bustamante

on 29 September 2015

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Transcript of What can teachers do to promote learning?

WHAT CAN TEACHERS DO TO PROMOTE LEARNING?
Introduction
Teachers need to understand the many different ways in which their words and actions can influence the learning that occurs in their classrooms.
Mediation = Tools used to achieve something or a goal
ZPD = Zone of proximal development = How to help students when they’re stuck at any stage in their learning?
Mediation = being independent and effective at learning.
Introduction
Introduction
Introduction
Feurstein’s theory of mediation
THE FIRST MEDIATORS ARE OUR PARENTS
Feurstein’s theory of mediation
What are the differences between a mediator and a teacher as a disseminator of information?
1. Knowledge + skills = progress and be independent.
2. Mediation = interaction between teacher and students
3. Reciprocration.
4. Materials + learners = interaction to become a great learner.
There's 3 keys considered by Feuerstein to be essencial for all learning task
1. Significance
2. • Purpose beyond the here and now
3. Shared intention
Factors concerned with taking control of learning
sense of competence
control of own behavior
Goal- setting
Key features of mediation
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Factors concerned with fostering social development
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2. Individuality
3. Encouraging a sense of belonging
Learning together and alone by Johnson and Johnson (1987)
Application of mediation theory
Sense of competence
Goal-setting
Change
Individuality
Value and purpose beyond the here and now
Control of behavior
Goal-setting and challenge
Sharing
Conclusion
Students as participants in the classroom and teachers are facilitators.
Learning strategies and learning environment are important.

Marina i arrieta B.
stefanny ALARCON.
ORLY ALGARÍN R.
maryi buendía.
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