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2 ways to correct student misconceptions
1.activation= alert students to misconceptions before presenting the accurate, relevant info. can be done thru engaging/relevant examples
2.ConcepTest=contains multiple choice questions that lead to misconceptions; used by both student and teacher to lead to signi. understanding
Personal Experience
(goals)
Happiness and survival, Self Esteem, Perception of control.
ex. Just World Hypthosis, FAE
Personal Experience
(methods)
Observation
Intuition
Reasoning
Personal Experience
(limitations)
Totally subjective, human perception/thinking is error prone. beliefs are self-perpetuating.
Religion/Spirituality
goals
Promote a point-of-view
Stregnthen personal beliefs and a community
Sugget a way of life (value and ethics)
Religion/Spirituality
methods
expert instruction, faith, and truth by following code of conduct; role of reason and emotion
Religion/Spirituality
limitations
faith based
Disputes overs codes of conduct
disputes over proper pathway to enlightenment
Arts
(goals)
Go w/in yourself
Capture/ create reflections of moments in time and experiences
Express emotion
Express a personal point of view
ARts
(methods)
techinques for initating and publicizing personal experience
Arts
(limitations)
subjective
Philosophy
(goals)
Answer big questions (what is meaning of life? what is ethical? what is reality?)
Philosophy
(methods)
move beyond everyday preceptions, critical thinking, logic (inductive and deductive reasoning)
Philosophy
(limitations)
Start w/assumptions, deduces consequences, premises ight be wrong, no objective testing on accuracy, based on human reasoning, much is after-the-fact speculation
Science
(goals)
Answer many small questions
Determine truths about the world thru systematic testing, apply truth to better lives.
Science
(methods)
NOT faith based
Measurement(impersonal/objective, compare and contrast)
Science
limitations
constantly changing