“Old” Learning Theories in the E-learn Environment. Mikhail Bouniaev Department of Mathematics, Southern Utah University, USA [email protected] Learning Is Effective When based on the general psychological principles of learning. Instructional Design is implementation and reflection of
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Department of Mathematics,
Southern Utah University, USA
LearningIs Effective When
based on the general psychological principles of learning.
Instructional Design is implementation and reflection of
Objective psychological laws
Methods of teaching the subject
Instructional strategyHow we learn and how we teach - stories of two parties
SSDMA can be applied very efficiently for organizing CBI in well-structured domains such as mathematics. We also have some experimental data to believe that the same ideas that we incorporated to the CBI could be utilized for e-learn and blended teaching and not only to teaching mathematics
According to the SSDMA theory, the major goal of instruction is developing mental actions with objects in the studied field. Instruction is viewed as controlling and organizing students' actions and activities.
Almost any general logic action has a specific component
There is no doubt that actions in the given examples and pictures are actions in the material form. But there may be different examples.
Probably, there is no need to discuss the next form of action – the speech form of action, but it should be noted that according to the SSDMA theory
Writing and typing belong to the speech form.
The degree of completeness indicates whether all the operations that were to be performed in the process of performing an action have been actually completed.
As it follows from most modern psychological theories at the initial stage of instruction the object of an action should be presented in a material or materialized form
There are some features inherent in e-learn environments that make us believe that the e-learn environment could be competitive with traditional teaching