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Cambourne’s Seven Conditions of Learning. Dr. Brian Cambourne Head of the Center for Studies in Literacy Wollongong University in Australia. 1. IMMERSION. Immerse students in the content and context Use multi-sensory approach ( sights, sounds, tastes, feelings)

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cambourne s seven conditions of learning

Cambourne’s Seven Conditions of Learning

Dr. Brian Cambourne

Head of the Center for Studies in Literacy

Wollongong University in Australia

1 immersion
1. IMMERSION
  • Immerse students in the content and context
  • Use multi-sensory approach ( sights, sounds, tastes, feelings)
  • Saturate the classroom with meaningful and relevant content
2 demonstration
2. DEMONSTRATION
  • Give practical and concrete models
  • Demonstrate using explicit action, giving a visual or auditory representation of the new learning
  • Use multi-sensory approaches
  • Use frameworks to aid memory
3 expectations
3. EXPECTATIONS
  • Be clear about what you expect your students to know, be able to do, or value
  • Start and end every lesson with a focus on the expected learning
  • Encourage students to reach for the highest level of performance
  • Provide rubrics when large tasks are assigned
  • Use anchor charts to define high quality work
4 responsibility
4. RESPONSIBILITY
  • Teach problem solving
  • Give choices of ways students can demonstrate their learning
  • Provide leadership opportunities
  • Speak about students being accountable for their own learning
5 approximations
5.APPROXIMATIONS
  • Celebrate close approximations
  • Identify the classes’ “zone of proximal development” in relation to what you are asking them to learn
  • Modify expectations as needed for Special Needs students
6 practice
6. PRACTICE
  • Keep contexts authentic
  • Many practice opportunities are needed
  • Start with near transfer practice and move to far transfer practice as students gain confidence with the new skill or knowledge
  • Give practice opportunities that involve whole group, small group, and individual practice
7 feedback support celebrations
7. FEEDBACK/SUPPORT/ CELEBRATIONS
  • Give feedback continuously
  • Be realistic
  • Be specific about strengths and weaknesses/ next steps for learning
  • Celebrate!