Mediated Learning: Teaching, Tasks, and Tools to Unlock Cognitive Potential
Corwin Press, Jul 12, 2007 - Education - 246 pages
Features an expanded discussion of mediated learning and includes case studies, reflective activities for the reader, and in-depth coverage of metacognition, metalearning, metateaching, and metatasking.
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Structural Cognitive Modifiability
Mediated Learning Experience
Search for the Optimistic Alternative
Sense of Belonging
Cognitive Functions and Dysfunctions
The Cognitive Map
Mediated Learning Experience Rating Scale
Abraham Maslow abstract Albert Bandura answer approach Behavior The teacher challenge child child’s classroom Cognitive Dysfunctions cognitive functions Cognitive Map community worker complex Consider Control of Behavior counselor criteria culture develop difficulty elaboration phase Feuerstein Feuerstein’s concept Feuerstein’s theory focus goal planning grasp of reality hypothesis testing identify impulsive inability individual input phase intentionality and reciprocity interaction involved lack learner logical evidence logotherapy Meaning The teacher Mediated Learning Experience mediation of meaning metacognition mind map modality one’s optimistic alternative output phase parent Paulo Freire perception precise and accurate Provide relationships Reuven Feuerstein self-change Self-Regulation and Control sense of belonging situation Solution-focused therapy sources of information stimuli STRATEGIES Examples Strategies Strategies to Correct Structural Cognitive Modifiability task teacher encourages students teacher fails therapist thinking skills True or False Various Occurrences Viktor Frankl visual transport