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How could you make a motivating topic introduction? take time for our students to reflect and review the information
what happens when there is no time to process information during instruction? our teaching may not be effective as we intend
why switch focus from How much to How well? so that our students will truly learn
who said "effective learning always involves the alternation of several states"? Charles tart
what does the learning process require? a variety of states to support the numerous task necessary for acquiring knowledge
what is the accelerated learning cycle designed to create? a flow of alternating attention states that can achieve optimal conditions for learning
talk about neutral network process of getting facts and concepts into memory begins when students are presented new info
what are the differences in the music memory presentations and reviews chart between active music memory presentation and reflective music memory review? active gets children up and moving instead of just listening
who said "we remember what we understand, we understand only what we pay attention to, and we pay attention to what we want"? E.B. Bolles
who called our bodies our subconscious minds and why? Arthur miller and because we learn better at this times
what is the stage of creative process providing downtime input and uptime for processing? incubation
what after we had time to recognize a problem without consciously thinking about the issue? AHA movement
why is the fast pace of "teach and test" not build long-term understanding? teachers fine that their students don't always seem to truly understand the info being taught
how does a multi-sensory practice activities help in a student's learning process? bridge between presentation of info being taught
name 5 simple sound techniques that are addressed in chapter 5 motivate student participation, encourage personal, expression, active understand, create a relaxed atmosphere, make practice and performance fun
learning isn't about how good teachers perform demonstrations of information, it is about how good students do what? transform facts to knowledge and knowledge to understanding
when we integrate performance with relevant practice, students can do what? gain understanding and express their knowledge in the form of products, performances
the products of creative experiences such as learning based play, educational games and artistic expression can elicit enjoyment in learning which has been found to do what? encourage students expression of understanding in ways that differ from testing
what causes something to start or to make active? activation
what did Benjamin franklin say about creatively? express our being
primary human drive the desire to create
name the 8 types of intelligences that Howard Gardner identified logical, visual-spatial, musical, linguistic, interpersonal, intrapersonal, naturalist, kinesthetic
how does Howard Gardner define musical intelligence? we are intelligent in many different ways
explain kinesthetic activation students assimilate information through body memory
movement and exercise have been found to facilitate these 3 areas boast academic achievement, nerve growth, strengthen memory
Created by: vittcrivelli