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Lesson Analysis-Principles of Experts’ Knowledge August 23, 2013

I am posting a series of blogs that illustrate a variety of learning experiences as they pertain to 3 focus students in my kindergarten classroom in 2009.  These posts were originally published on SPU Blackboard for EDU 6655 – Human Development and Principals of Learning- but have since been removed. I had saved hard copies and am re-posting them here as a WordPress Media File link.

This second post is a lesson analysis that points to several of the six key principles of experts’ knowledge (National Research Council, 2000) . These six principles are:

  1. Meaningful Patterns of Information
  2. Organization of Knowledge
  3. Context and Access to Knowledge
  4. Fluent Retrieval
  5. Experts and Teaching
  6. Adaptive Expertise

10-17-09 Lesson Analysis

National Research Council. (2000). How people learn: Brain, mind experience and school (expanded ed.). Washington, DC: National Academy Press.

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