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The instruction of Power Point to students and adults. “Advanced Organizer”

Presented by:

Rob, Deborah, Richard, and Joe


iMET

Bruce McVicker

Mike Menchaca

Larry Hannah


Research question?

  • When using the Advanced Organizer teaching strategy as the primary approach, do adolescents or adults learn more effectively?


Advanced Organizerby David Ausubel

  • Syntax of the Advanced Organizer Model

    • Presentation of Advance Organizer

    • Presentation of Learning Task or Material

    • Strengthening Cognitive Organization


Clarify aims of the lesson.

Present organizer:

Identify defining attributes

Give examples

Provide context

Repeat

Prompt awareness of learner’s relevant knowledge and experience.

Presentation of Advance Organizer:


Presentation of Learning Task or Material

  • Present material.

  • Maintain attention.

  • Make organization explicit.

  • Make logical order of learning material explicit.


Strengthening Cognitive Organization

  • Use principles of integrative reconciliation.

  • Promote active reception learning.

  • Elicit critical approach to subject matter.

  • Clarify.

  • To strengthen the student’s cognitive organization.


Students

Adults

Teaching Groups


Research

Reliability

Validity

Variance

Sampling


Student Learning


Adult Learning


Data collection

  • Rubric/evaluation


Conclusion


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