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Guiding Principles in the Selection and Organization of Cont

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Guiding Principles in the Selection and Organization of Content
1. One of the guiding principle related to subject matter content is to observe the following qualities in the selection and organization content:
Validity
Significance
Balance
Self-sufficiency
Interest
Utility
Feasibility
2.Subject matter using by cognitive domain
Here are a few ways cited by cognitive psychologists (Ormrod 200) by which you can help your students:
Providing opportunities for experimentation.
Presenting the ideas of others.
Emphasizing conceptual understanding.
3. Subject matter content is an integration of cognitive,skill,and affective elements
The structure of subject matter content
Cognitive (Ormrod 200)
Fact- an idea or action that can be verified.
Concept- a categorization of events, places,people,ideas.
Principle- relationship(s) between and among facts and concepts.
Hypotheses- educated guesses about relationships (principle).
Theories- set of facts,concepts and principles that describe human learning,development, and behavior.
Skills
Thinking skill
Divergent skill
Convergent skill
Problem solving
Selection and Organization of Content
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