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Media Enhanced Learning

Media Enhanced Learning

Media Enhanced Learning. Theory and Practice. Workshop Goals. encourage you to incorporate multimedia into teaching give guidelines on best use of multimedia provide resources gather suggestions for future workshops. Workshop Agenda. overview of human learning processes

By benjamin
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Presentations

Presentations

Presentations Establish basic guidelines before starting. Interplay of three factors: Audience What do they want to hear What do they already know Your objective What is it you want your audience to know Presentations Understand your environment Audience size Room size shape

By Gabriel
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432: Downshifting--Gear up for Success

432: Downshifting--Gear up for Success

432: Downshifting--Gear up for Success Presents Downshifting – a Natural Brain Phenomenon Arlene Taylor PhD www.arlenetaylor.org References: Selected Brain Facts on web site URL: http://www.arlenetaylor.org/selected_brain_facts/index.htm

By MikeCarlo
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Lecture #3: Human Cognition (Preece 3 & Norman 3-5)

Lecture #3: Human Cognition (Preece 3 & Norman 3-5)

Lecture #3: Human Cognition (Preece 3 & Norman 3-5) What Did You Learn Last Week? To impress your friends, suppose that you decide to sprinkle the following terms into your conversations: "Conceptual model" "Gulf of evaluation" "Gulf of execution" "Direct manipulation"

By paul
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Looking Through The Eyes of Boys and Girls

Looking Through The Eyes of Boys and Girls

Looking Through The Eyes of Boys and Girls Dan Hodgins DKJ5075@aol.com Girls see the details of experiences…… The Crockus is Four times larger than boys. Boys Brains see the whole but not the details 34%of preschool children last year were expelled and 87% of them were boys

By niveditha
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Memory

Memory

Memory. Or A lecture you’re sure not to forget. Memory. The Atkinson-Shiffrin Model . The Environment. Sensation. Sensory Registers. Consciousness. Short Term Memory. Encoding. Retrieval . Long Term Memory. Sensory Registers. G R F K B Y P W V M S O. Sensory Registers.

By daniel_millan
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Cornell Notes

Cornell Notes

Cornell Notes. Looking at the Cornell Way. Quickwrite:. Take a few minutes to think about the following idiom: “ An Elephant Never Forgets! ” Is this fact or fiction? What do you think this idiom means?. An Elephant Never Forgets!. History of Cornell Notes. Why do we have to take notes?

By elina
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Trait Theories

Trait Theories

Trait Theories. Explain differences between people in terms of stable personality traits Modern day psychologists have found 5 personality dimensions that span cultures. The 5 Factor Theory. Extraversion Neuroticism Conscientiousness Agreeableness Openness to Experience. Extraversion.

By Rita
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THE MODAL MODEL

THE MODAL MODEL

THE MODAL MODEL. Atkinson and Shiffrin (1968). rehearse. Sensory Information Store. Short Term Memory (STM). Long Term Memory (LTM). recode. retrieve. THE WORKING MEMORY MODEL Baddeley and Hitch, 1974. PHONOLOGICAL LOOP. VISUO-SPATIAL SKETCHPAD. Visuo-Spatial Store.

By MikeCarlo
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Psychology final Review

Psychology final Review

Psychology final Review. Key Points. Classical Conditioning - Learn to associate one stimulus with another Stimulus - Something that produces a reaction Response - a Reaction to a Stimulus Unconditioned Stimulus - A stimulus that causes a response that is automatic, not learned

By liam
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Memory

Memory

Memory. Or A lecture you’re sure not to forget. Memory. The Atkinson-Shiffrin Model . The Environment. Sensation. Sensory Registers. Consciousness. Short Term Memory. Encoding. Retrieval . Long Term Memory. Sensory Registers. G R F K B Y P W V M S O. Sensory Registers.

By ostinmannual
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Memory

Memory

Memory. Are memories real? Are they true?. Memory as information processing. Selecting, structuring, organizing, categorizing, storing, and retrieving sensations, perceptions, dreams, fantasies, thoughts, words, and results of learning.

By adamdaniel
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David X. Swenson Ph.D., Licensed Psychologist, Duluth, MN

David X. Swenson Ph.D., Licensed Psychologist, Duluth, MN

Working With One Eye Closed : The effects of shiftwork and coping with its consequences. David X. Swenson Ph.D., Licensed Psychologist, Duluth, MN. Program Objectives:. To explain how circadian rhythm and shift adjustment are related to performance & health

By zeal
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Mental illness: Around the world

Mental illness: Around the world

Mental illness: Around the world. 0. “Disorders” are often attributed to inaccurate beliefs e.g., Windigo - an animal spirit enters your body and you must then consume human flesh (young Algonquin tribal warriors). Tx by killing the individual.

By neva
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Vocabulary

Vocabulary

Vocabulary. 2.04.08 Presented by Module 2. The 7 High Reliability Literacy Teaching Procedures (HRLTPs). This approach to literacy was developed by Prof John Munro identifies the strategies readers need to convert written text information to knowledge

By mairi
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Get a Grip!!

Get a Grip!!

Get a Grip!!. Managing Stress and Anxiety. Stress. Hans Selye “stress is not necessarily something bad – it all depends on how you take it. The stress of exhilarating, creative successful work is beneficial, while that of failure, humiliation or infection is detrimental.”

By tahmores
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Hui Fang Huang “Angie” Su, Ed.D. Kathy A. Thomas, Ed.D. Stan A. Hannah, Ph.D. Madeleine Hellman, Ed. D.

Hui Fang Huang “Angie” Su, Ed.D. Kathy A. Thomas, Ed.D. Stan A. Hannah, Ph.D. Madeleine Hellman, Ed. D.

Project WIN (Women In Need) Broward Outreach Center Funded by: Nova Southeastern University Broward County Quality of Life Scholarship Award and Soroptomist International of Boca Raton/Deerfield Beach. Hui Fang Huang “Angie” Su, Ed.D. Kathy A. Thomas, Ed.D. Stan A. Hannah, Ph.D.

By dusty
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Brain Gym

Brain Gym

A B C D E F G l t r r t t l H I J K L M N l r t t r l l O P Q R S T U t t l r t r r V W X Y Z t l l l r. Alphabet Edit. This involves reading aloud the letters of the alphabet from beginning to end and end to beginning.

By happy
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MEMORY

MEMORY

MEMORY. Can be studied from 2 perspectives: Information-processing research (software) uses computer concepts such as encoding, storage, and retrieval Biological research (hardware) maps the physical structures and “wiring” of the brain and nervous system

By alyn
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Section 7 Learning and Memory

Section 7 Learning and Memory

Section 7 Learning and Memory. I Learning. Learning: associative and nonassociative The acquisition of knowledge or skill; Associate and nonassociative learning. Nonassociative. No paired stimulus/response Habituation - becomes less responsive to repeated no-harmful stimuli

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