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Human Learning and Behavior: Active Learning Edition by Paul Watson.pdf "Successful students move from being passive recipients of information, to active participants in human learning. Successful students do their own thinking, and they think in order to learn." 1-2-3. This process is typically studied with respect to academic subjects and is called cognitive processing. 2. . Watson described cognitive processing as a three-step process. 1. Ref 3. Cognitive Process: How We Think and Learn. Paul Watson. A comprehensive resource to understand the nature of learning and how it can be understood and implemented in the classroom environment.. Plato. Before this time, the instructor simply thought that the student learned by memorizing the material. 2. 3. 4. Organizational Factors. In traditional approaches to teaching, these stages are generally described in terms of the type of learning, cognitive process. The work of Watson is used in many introductory psychology and human development textbooks today. Introduction to Metacognition: A Different Way to Learn. Examining cognitive process – “to learn.” 1. Facilitating Human Learning (2nd Edition). ( Once the student has achieved the learning goal, the thinking process becomes problem-oriented and perhaps more insightful and creative. They do not take the students along with them. 3. They are often devoid of awareness of how they learn. However, it is well-known that the study of a subject is not complete without knowing how it is learned. Using feedback from this experience, the student is then ready to learn another piece of information. Cognitive processes are a part of the problem-solving process, which begins by using intuitive decision making. In contrast, the student who learns from a lecture process will absorb the information, but without being able to understand how it was learned. Cognitive Process. Cognitive Processes: How We Think and Learn. Providing Feedback and Responding to Student's Needs. What is cognitive process? 2. 3. B M Are Educator's View. Student's View. In learning, there are two aspects that are perceived to be different by the learner. While the student is trying to make sense of the material





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