cognitive learning

cognitive learning

1 learning that is concerned with acquisition of problem-solving abilities and with intelligence and conscious thought.
2 a theory that defines learning as a behavioral change based on the acquisition of information about the environment.
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This unavoidably places the locus of control within the instructor and can inhibit a student's perceived "self-efficacy" (Bandura, 1982, & Bandura, Reese, & Adams, 1982), a key force recognized in cognitive learning theory.
Constructivism, one of the cognitive learning theories proposed by Jean Piaget, argues that knowledge is not transmitted from teachers to students, but constructed by students themselves when they interact with the environment (Bjorklund, 1995; Guzdial, 1997; Stager, 2001).
Built on a multi-patented framework of cognitive learning engines and computer vision, BRS' AISight[TM], provides the world's first fully automated, easily scalable surveillance solution that analyzes behavioral patterns, activities and scene content without the need for human training, setup, or programming.
The Foundation promotes the study of chess as a cognitive learning tool in curricular classes and after-school programs for elementary, middle and high schools, both in the public and private school sectors.
Obviously, in the view of the textbook's authors, motivating strategies implemented within the textbooks could distract the learner from cognitive learning goals.
The inability to manage one's cognitive learning skills, particularly attention and working memory, in school, work and at home affects tens of millions of people, including as many as 1 in 11 children and 1 in 20 adults, and leads to serious lifelong consequences and missed opportunities for these individuals.
June 24, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- Today's educators know how vital it is to understand cognitive learning approaches in the classroom, especially as new Common Core and additional state standards are implemented in education.
The book offers a framework of seven steps for assessing factors such as cognitive learning style, sociolinguistic development and acculturation, and emotional development, and for providing intervention, differentiated instruction, integrated services, and referrals.
Facilitated by a fellow student, SI provides out-of-class study review sessions that employ active and cooperative learning strategies to create an enriched learning environment where students increase their mastery of the academic content material and concurrently develop cognitive learning strategies that are transferable to other classes (Martin, Lorton, Blanc, & Evans, 1977).
The report, called "The US Consumer Market for Technology-based Cognitive Learning Products: 2009-2014 Forecast and Analysis," forecasts revenues for four types of cognitive fitness products: cognitive assessments, cognitive and intelligent tutors, mobile brain games, and brain fitness games and applications.
The relationship of Personality and Intelligence to cognitive learning style and achievement.
Watson is a question answering (QA) computing system built to mirror the same cognitive learning process that humans have, using the abilities to observe, interpret, evaluate and decide.

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