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What 3 theorists have made defining contributions to experiential and developmental education.

John Dewey, Lawrence Kohlberg, and David Kolb.

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Surface learning is defined as

acceptance of information and memorization of isolated and unlinked facts.

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What is another name for deep processing?

Semantic processing

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What does deep processing lead to?

(1) understanding and (2) long-term retention of ideas so that they can be used for problem solving in unfamiliar contexts.

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Five activities that lead to deep learning. #1

making connections between concepts taught and personal experiences

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Five activities that lead to deep learning 2

reflecting on how concrete specifics might indicate abstract patterns

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Five activities that lead to deep learning 3

applying ideas taught in class to real-world situations

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Five activities that lead to deep learning 4

connecting what one is learning to what one has learned previously

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Five activities that lead to deep learning 5

discussing ideas with others while keeping oneself open to enlarging one’s ideas based on encountering others’ ideas

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Dominant transmission model of education

An authority passes on information to passive learner-receivers, who are supposed to somehow absorb knowledge.

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Another term for dominant transmission model

Banking deposit model of teaching

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What are 3 Dewey annotations about learning?

The difference between reception and activity
The need for learner interest and effort as conditions for powerful learning
A description of two levels of experience, one relatively superficial and one deeper

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What are 2 other Dewey annotations about learning?

a five-step process for experiential teaching and learning
Dewey’s ideas on the ultimate purposes of education

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RE: Dewey, what is Reception Versus Activity in Learning?

Utilizing activity in pedagogy
Engaging learners in confronting problems, posing hypotheses, and taking action based on reasoning.

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What did Dewey mean by interest and effort?

Interest: the learner’s curiosity is triggered.
Effort: the tension between means and ends in action.

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What did Dewey propose about Interest?

educators instigate students’ interest by helping them identify “for-whats,” or goals for learning,

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What did Dewey propose about Effort?

students only learn when they become mentally engaged in solving problems
Students engage when they see how THEY can benefit

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For Dewey, experience operates on what two levels?

Primary experience
Reflection on the meaning of the experience

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What experiences do students need for deep processing or meaning making?

Secondary experiences of reflection and hypothesis testing

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RE: Dewey, what 5 conditions outline the secondary experiences?

(1) indeterminate situations, (2) intellectualization, (3) working hypothesis, (4) reasoning, and (5) action.

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What does Dewey mean by Indeterminate Situation?

One in which routine responses are not adequate.

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During the reflection of an indeterminate situation, what must students reflect (or pause) on?

They examine the conditions, the resources available, obstacles to action, and ways to overcome these obstacles.

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What does Dewey mean by Intellectualization?

Construct a mental representation of the problem
Ponder the situation in a thoughtful way, rather than responding from habit

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What does Dewey mean by Working Hypothesis?

Pause further to study the conditions of the situation
Form a working hypothesis

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What does Dewey mean by Reasoning?

Thought experiments-test working hypotheses in light of the knowledge available.

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What does Dewey mean by Action?

Student does not intellectualize but takes action to help resolve the issue.

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RE: Dewey, what is the purpose of education based on his two levels?

Proximate or immediate
Ultimate

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RE: Dewey, what is the purpose of the proximate learning?

To apply thinking and skills to real-world problems.
EX: counselors’ performance, test interpretation or applying ethics

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RE: Dewey, what is the purpose of the ultimate learning?

Promote social good

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What two ultimate purposes for education was Dewey concerned about?

(1) preparing citizens to be critical thinkers in a democracy and (2) encouraging learners to promote good for all citizens.