explicit learning


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explicit learning

Learning that results from clearly stated directions or instructions.
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During explicit learning tasks, there was an increase in alpha2-beta brain waves (oscillating at 10-30 hertz) following a correct choice, and an increase delta-theta waves (3-7 hertz) after an incorrect choice.
Furthering the study of implicit versus explicit learning, other researchers have extended the investigation to include the additional impact of factors such as expertise, type of task, and complexity of pattern.
The dialectic attitude that is generated in this process, between students and teacher and between students themselves, means a step forward towards explicit learning outcomes, assessment criteria and feedback.
This volume outlines a five-part approach to explicit learning, or learning with awareness, in the second or foreign language classroom from a student-centered perspective.
The toolkit also assists educators in recognizing and understanding the readiness cues that may in fact suggest that these issues are indeed "coming up." To this end, the "Ready, Set, Respect!" poses the following pre-teaching questions: (1) How will I know when my students are ready for explicit learning about respect and how can I get ready to engage them in this learning?; (2) Do my classroom practices set-up and/or reinforce what I hope students will learn?; and (3) What evidence will I have to demonstrate that my students are acquiring respectful attitudes and behaviors?
Implicit and explicit learning of second language grammar: A pilot study.
As with most of Mini Grey's books, the teacher 'instinct' to find explicit learning in this text should be resisted until the book has been enjoyed repeatedly for the humour, cleverness and delight uncovered page by page.
This was possible because, although the explicit learning pathways were no longer functional, the implicit lower learning centers were intact.
Implicit learning refers to the acquisition of information without awareness of what is being learned or, sometimes, even the intention to learn (Perrig, 1996; Thorndike & Rock, 1934); whereas, explicit learning involves full or partial awareness of the learned material and is characterized by hypothesis testing strategies.
'Experience from participants in our projects showed that universities need to embed sustainability across the whole curriculum as part of their explicit learning outcomes; Ms Thomas points out.
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