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Two required repertoires for applying strategies
relevant background knowledge and competence with solving general kinds of problems
Principle
statement of conceptual relationship between 2 or more concepts
When teaching principles, always teach
Conditions under which principle applies and doesnt apply
Say the concepts in this principe:

If you are done with dinner, put your plate away
done eating dinner, put away
After you eat dinner, you feel full
a principle
minimum needed to teach a concept
multiple examples, multiple non examples, untaught items to test
2 kinds of evidence show concept understanding
correct ID of new and different examples and correct rejection of nonexamples
3 subdivisions of complex cognitive learning
concepts, principles, strategies
always test concepts with
untaught examples and non-examples
minimal rational set
the smallest number of examples and nonexamples that represent a concepts critical and variable attributes
algorithm
sequence dependent chains that require no essential motor learning
attribute dimensions
number of diferent values of either a critical or variable attribute
close-in non example
a non-example that shares many (but not all) critical attributes with examples
3 subdivisions of psychomotor learning
responses, chains, kinesthetic repertoires
3 broad types of learning
psychomotor, simple cognitive, complex cognitive
automatic reinforcement
reinforcement produced as a product of engaging in a behavior; not mediated by others
3 main subdividions of simple cognitive learning
associations, sequences, verbal repertoires
say the concepts in this principle:

When two vowels go walking the first on does the talking
twoness vowel walking meaning together first talking meaning produces sound