Recognizing different learning situations. Class/worship/entertainment/relationships
Listen with an open mind.
Listen with attitude. "How can this be helpful to me." Evaluating the information you hear and determine if it has any value to your life.
What are the 3 catagories of listening?
What are the four parts to the chinese verb "to listen?"
What is a learning strategy?
How you choose to learn or study.
What is a learning style?
Innate learning that involves your 5 senses.
SRL principal #1
SRL principal #2
Chaging your behavior is essential.
SRL principal #3
Know what you don't know.
What are the 3 principals of SRL?
What are the 4 types of listening styles?
What is people oriented listening?
Becoming emotionally involved with the person communicating.
View listening as a chance to connect with other people.
What is action oriented listening?
Want to get to the point.
Grow impatient when people "fluff" their story.
Become frusterated when information is not orderly.
What is time oriented listening?
Want information in brief, concise meetings.
Set time limits for listening.
"Move the message along."
What is content oriented listening?
Enjoying an intellectual challenge.
Like to listening to technical informations. Facts and evidence.
Enjoys asking questions.
According to the PAP or MBTI the best suited type of person you are.
Which of the 8 multiple intelligences suits or works best for you.
Breaking info into smaller parts so it's easier to learn.
Learning at school.
The brain's ability to change with new knowledge.
You remember when you learned it.
You don't remember learning it. eg. Learning to walk/stand.
What are the 8 multiple intelligences?
Clue words that signify importance.
Judging before you give something a try.
Memories of facts, concepts, formulas
Where you store "procedures."
Riding a bike, driving a car. Hard to forget.
Memories from personal experiences.
What are the 3 seperate storage houses of LTM
Distributed practice is a learning strategy, where practice is broken up into a number of short sessions - over a longer period of time.
Mnemonics is any learning technique that aids information retention. Mnemonics aim to translate information into a form that the human brain can retain better and even the process of applying this conversion might already aid the transfer of information to long-term memory. Anagrams.
What are the 3 levels of SRL?
What is self regulation of behavior?
Active control of resources.
Text and notes
What are the 3 self regulation of cognitive strategies?
What is rehearsal of SR of cognition?
What is elaboration of SR of cognition?
Analogies & metaphors
Paraphrase & summarize
Thinking of test questions
Make it real for you!
What is Organization of SR of cognition?
Ed Syke Games
Outlines and Hierarchies
How do concepts relate?
What is short term memory?
Working memory. Limited storage. Lasts no longer than 30 seconds. Contains what you are thinking at any moment. Temp memory.
What is long term memory?
Storage house for everything we know.
No limit in theory.
What are sensory registers?
Brain filters through which sensory info enters the brain and is sent to short-term memory.
What are the 3 types of answer responses?
When you read a question and know the answer right away.
When you read a question and the answer doesn't come to you right away.
No answer response
When you read a question multiple times and have no response to it.
What are examples of self regulation of motivation?
What are the 3 necessities to have will?
Expectancies (Expect success and plan)
Values (find value)
What are the 6 steps of learning? The learning process.
Understanding the material
Internalize the materal by asking how can this affect my life?
Apply the material by asking how can I use this info to improve?
Evaluate the material
Use the material
What are the 3 learning styles?
Visual - Eye smart.
Auditory - Ear smart.
Tactile - Action smart.
What's the difference between hearing and listening?