By: Melody Baetiong , Jenneth De Claro, Lorelyn Ramos and Anna Rodrigo. Cognitivism. In the areas of problem solving and learning strategies they became more concerned with what was unobservable - what was going on inside the brain .
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By: Melody Baetiong, Jenneth De Claro, Lorelyn Ramos and Anna Rodrigo
In the areas of problem solving and learning strategies they became more concerned with what was unobservable - what was going on inside the brain.
They propose that children actively construct knowledge and this construction of knowledge happens in a social context.
These theories are based on the work of educational philosopher
is the process of committing something to memory.
The act of memorization is often a deliberate mental process undertaken in order to store in memory for later recall
Memorization may also refer to the process of storing particular data into the memory of a device.
a learning technique which focuses not on understanding but on memorization by means of repetition.
For example, if words are to be learnt, they may be repeatedly spoken aloud or repeatedly written down.
a type of memory aid.
are often verbal, such as a very short poem or a special word used to help a person remember something, particularly lists, but they may be visual, kinesthetic or auditory.
rely on associations between easy-to-remember constructs which can be related back to the data that is to be remembered.
this is based on the principle that the human mind much more easily remembers spatial, personal, surprising, sexual or humorous or otherwise meaningful information than arbitrary sequences.
includes any method of getting students to articulate their knowledge, reasoning, or problem-solving processes.
enables students to compare their own problem-solving processes with those of an expert or another student.
involves pushing students into a mode of problem solving on their own.
forcing them to do exploration is critical,
if they are to learn how to frame questions or problems that are interesting and that they can solve
consists of observing students while they carry out a task and offering hints, feedback, modeling, reminders, etc.
Use of Cognitivism in Math Lessons
of the lesson.
Geometer’s Sketchpad may be used to develop the students’ grasp of geometric concepts.
Exploring Geometry with The Geometer's Sketchpad
Construct and manipulate geometric figures and discover relationships and theorems with activities covering virtually every concept studied.