3 edition of Multiple competencies and self-regulated learning implications for multicultural education found in the catalog.
Multiple competencies and self-regulated learning implications for multicultural education
Includes bibliographical references.
|Statement||edited by Chi-yue Chiu, Farideh Salili, Ying-yi Hong.|
|Series||Research in multicultural education and international perspectives -- v. 2.|
|Contributions||Chiu, Chi-yue, 1963-, Salili, Farideh., Hong, Ying-yi, 1964-|
|LC Classifications||LC1099 .M88 2001, LC1099 .M88 2001|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||x, 256 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||256|
|ISBN 10||1930608926, 1930608934|
|LC Control Number||2001005432|
I argue that the intention of the authors of the model is that its implementation will encourage students' adoption of a mastery achievement goal. McIntyre Eds. We may therefore extend our vocabulary even further by introducing educational tactics, and finally learning strategies. This method also allows ethnically diverse learners to, self-identify their cultural values, and decide what they want to share. For example, teaching children the definition of words. Prior beliefs and cognitive change in learning to teach.
Learning while Black. As students gain and demonstrate communication competencies, they are, in essence, facilitating their own exits from special education Anderson, In a community, there are many social interactions and processes. Models and Components of Metacognition.
One observation notes that ironically, teachers may conscientiously try to create culturally sensitive environments for their students e. Foster Reflexive Inquiry 4. Attempts have been made to assure teaching and learning quality by designing standardized curricula and giving standardized tests. Review of Educational Research 75 127—
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This is known as reciprocal teaching, where learners are able to teach other members of their group . Jennifer Archer. Theory of mind is a broad concept, encompassing and understanding the full range of mental states, as well as the antecedents and consequences of such understanding.
In this way, language is a cognitive tool as it Multiple competencies and self-regulated learning implications for multicultural education book the ability to influence our patterns of thought.
People with the Diverging style prefer to work in groups, to listen with an open mind and to receive personal feedback.
The ability to use or 'switch between' different styles is not one that we should assume comes easily or naturally to many people. Citation Information David Duby. Communities of Practice: Learning, Meaning, and Identity. In order to understand the development of social cognition and social identity, we must examine situated cognition.
For example, Kolb says that his experiential learning theory, and therefore the learning styles model within it, builds on Carl Jung's assertion that learning styles result from people's preferred ways of adapting in the world. Social-motivational processes and interpersonal processes: Implications for understanding motivation at school.
People experiencing a heightened need to belong, after a social rejection; tune their attention and cognition to process social information in the environment more carefully and thoroughly. Situated cognition and the culture of learning.
Nevertheless, most people clearly exhibit clear strong preferences for a given learning style. When developing eLogg one of the initial ideas was to try to implement a virtual learning environment where educators and learners were able to take control of the communication environment. For example, teaching children the definition of words.
This research examined two schools with case study methodology using on-site observations, open-ended interviews with leaders and staff, and document reviews to provide a robust evidential base for data analysis.
Washington, D. These possibilities to produce information on different levels was considered important, especially because the learners are to be socialised into a personal publishing culture.
I was particularly interested in how learners initiated their writing processes, and the different ways texts were developed. This type of situated cognition, refers to knowledge that is learned and developed through authentic activity .
Vygotsky states that culture is developed and produced through processes of social interactions, and through active agents in the immediate development context. Once played a key role in social selection and functioned as a channel for grass-root to achieve social upward mobility, Chinese higher education is now integrated into a market based society as a means of labor production.
After this, the group discusses the material collectively, reflecting on its key points, and could be asked to prepare a presentation for the class. Relationships in a microsystem are bi-directional. Demonstrating how situational learning can be applied across different contexts.
To examine these differences, psychologists can conduct cross-cultural studies. Social-cognitive development in early childhood. Google Scholar Salili, F. Google Scholar Harackiewicz, J.
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The research shows that cultural competence is related to the efficiency of working with clients in the helping professions (Sue, Zane, Hall & Cited by: 2.How college students achievement goal orientations predict their expected online learning outcome: The mediation roles of self-regulated learning strategies and supportive online learning behaviors.
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