STOP DOING MATH LONG ENOUGH TO LEARN IT. Principles of Learning Delano P. Wegener, Ph.D. Spring 2005. Instruction. Instruction is much more than presentation of information.
Principles of Learning
Delano P. Wegener, Ph.D.
Because the External Conditions of Learning directly affect instruction and what you must do to learn, each of these conditions will be explained.
Fundamental Theorem of Arithmetic:
Any natural number can be expressed as a product of prime numbers.
f(x) = 3x, or f(x) = 7
as well as examples like f(x) = 3x + 7
Providing information to the student about the correctness of his/her performance relative to the Learning Objective.