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Ch.8 Teach & Learn

Teaching and Learning Final Ch.8

Internal Focus focusing attention on one's own body movements
External Focus Focusing one's attention on the effects of one's action
Implicit learning Knowledge acquired without conscious awareness
Explicit learning Knowledge acquired through explicit verbal explanations
Verbal cue A word or concise phrase that focuses the learner’s attention or prompts a movement or movement sequence.
Self-talk Cues used by learners to guide themselves through an action or a movement sequence
Mirror Neurons Nerve cells that fire both when we perform an action and when we watch someone else perform the same action
Mixed Observation The observation of both a novice and an expert model versus a skilled or unskilled model alone
Manual guidance Physically moving a learner through a goal movement
Self-control Giving the learner control to choose some characteristics of the learning situation.
Guided discovery Learning technique where the practitioner asks a sequence of questions, each of which elicits a single correct response discovered by the learner.
Created by: hfillingim