Page Contents  - still under construction

  1. Introduction
  2. Introduction
  3. Introduction
  4. Introduction
  5. Introduction
  6. [Research  paper] Domain-Specific Knowledge and Why Teaching Generic Skills Does Not Work- André Tricot & John Sweller 2013
  7. A Cognitive Model for Educators: Attention, Encoding, Storage, Retrieval
  8. Seminar: Applying Cognitive Science Principles
  9. Seminar: The Science of Learning
  10. Introduction
  11. How human beings do not learn

1. Introduction   (To contents)

  1. This area examines how human beings learn, and use the insights of mainstream science and especially cognitive science to clarify misconceptions  (myths) that have entered the education system and prevented students and teachers from fulfilling human potential.

I start with the a cognitive science model of human learning and then follow this with a Monograph  released in 2013  by Dunlosky et al (includes Professor Dan. Willingham) that reviews the top 10 approaches based on a review of the literature.




5. Cognitive Information Processing (CIP) Theory (To contents)


 

2. New Approaches from Cognitive Science to Learning and Education (To contents)


3. Stages of Memory - Encoding Storage and Retrieval  (To contents)


4. Stages of Memory - Encoding Storage and Retrieval  (To contents)



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6. TERM PROJECT  SE367: Cognitive Science (To contents)


 


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7.Improving Students’ Learning With  Effective Learning Techniques: Promising

Directions From Cognitive and  Educational Psychology ( To contents)



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8. Improving Students’ Learning With  Effective Learning Techniques: Promising

Directions From Cognitive and  Educational Psychology ((To contents)


 


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9. Seminar: The Science of Learning (To contents)



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10. Steven Pinker: Human nature and the blank slate(To contents)



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Cognitive Science Models - examples