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Brain Blocks- the Foundation

May Learning Institute 2012 Kent State University
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jeffrey pellegrino

on 25 August 2014

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Competency: the knowledge, skills, and behaviors/ attitudes needed to achieve a goal
Add up the number of nights you've spent in a camp setting. Then line up by that number with the rest of the group.
These slides were created by Dr. Terry Doyle for the International Lilly Conference in Nov. 2011 and can be found with references @ http://learnercenteredteaching.wordpress.com/about/
Students perceive sounds and image------- the first senses into short-term memory.
(only process 5 to 9 bits of information)
"Relating Visuals"
draw from long-term memories (Sweller, 2004)
reherese and deeply process information
Coherence Principle
"Chunked" Visuals- Separate complex into digestable bits (Atkinson, 2007; Sweller, Van Merrienboer, & Pass 1998)
Cognitive Load
"Full Sentence Titles" focus student attention and lower cognitive processing that alliviate ambiguity (Alley & Neeley, 2005).
Modality Effect/ Dual Coding
Visual Slide Emphasis: components accompany faculty narration so two sensory channels are used, and no one is overloaded (Mayer, 2001).
Relevance
Provocative Questions
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Interactive Multimedia
Coherence Effect
Teaching Tools
clickers
smart board or sympodium
Minute Paper
Think-Pair-Share
Backchannel tools (Twitter, Yammer, etc)
Cellphone uses
Google Docs
iPad
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Is learning . . .
a. biological
b. electrical
c. chemical
d. magic
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Memory
Motivation
Attention
Motivation
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