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The Practical Use of Advance Organizers

Advance organizers, a concept formed by Ausubel (1978), give students a toolkit to organize new, incoming knowledge. By directing attention to what is important before a lesson, students know what to focus on during the lesson. 524 palabras más

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Movie Trailers for Your Lesson: Using Advance Organizers

P1 – Practice intentional inquiry and planning for instruction.

In current discussions regarding the benefits of discovery models of teaching versus traditional presentational models, the question that is usually asked is which model better enhances the student’s retention of knowledge? 629 palabras más

Effective Educators

Student voice: It's Powerpoint, but not as we know it

I’m in an art gallery in Halifax when I realise I’ve been planning murder. Not only that, but my love affair with screen beans and embedded video is over, finished! 741 palabras más

Bitesize

Ausubel's Subsumption Theory

Do remember when I wrote about memory palaces? Well, I guess it will depend on where you put it if you read the post! Well, I was reading for class this week and the topic in one of my textbooks was Human Learning. 919 palabras más

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E1 – Exemplify professionally-informed, growth-centered practice.

Hope principle E1 “Exemplify professionally-informed, growth-centered practice” asks for evidence of teacher growth and changes made according to this growth. As a student teacher, I was able to experience this process by administering student surveys, gathering data, analysing and reflecting on the results. 1.175 palabras más

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David Ausubel: Using Advance Organizers in the Library

Learning about Ausubel’s theory of advance organizers has allowed me to envision different techniques for using his ideas in the library or classroom.  Because advance organizers are used to allow students to connect what they already know to what they are about to learn, they have endless applications for instruction (Dye, 2000, pg. 286 palabras más

Driscoll, Chapters 4 & 5

In this chapter Driscoll primarily discusses concepts put forward by American psychologist David Ausubel. One of the principals amongst these is “meaningful learning,” which Ausubel contrasts with rote learning. 276 palabras más