Learning Domains

Learning Domains

Much as the butcher conveniently divides a cute fluffy chicken into delicious pieces, academics divide the mechanisms of human learning into three domains: cognitive, psychomotor, and affective. The cognitive domain involves intellectual skills and organizes those skills in a hierarchy based on degree of complexity. Relatively simple skills such as the learning and recalling of,

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WHAT TEACHERS NEED TO KNOW

WHAT TEACHERS NEED TO KNOW

Today I will start off talking about main 5 differences between high school and college for students with disabilities. Next we will cover the 4 core realities of a college or university accommodation system. Of course we will cover what high school teachers can do to help students with the transition into post-secondary education. Please

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Conservation: It’s the Law! conclusion

Conservation: It’s the Law! conclusion

(light music) – So how were your collisions? Did you notice anything about the momentum and energy? Take a look at momentum first. So in this case, we’re really looking at the speed part, or velocity part, of momentum. So doing our qualitative observations — slow, medium, or fast — so let’s look at slow

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Florida Everglades | Nature Boom Time

Florida Everglades | Nature Boom Time

[TICKING].[ALARM].[FIREWORKS].♪ ♪ CHARLIE: WHAT’S UP GUYS? I’M CHARLIE, THAT’S KIRBY. KIRBY: HEY! CHARLIE: AND TODAY WE’RE BACK COUNTRY CAMPING IN EVERGLADES PARK. WHY? BECAUSE KIRBY LIKES WRESTLING CROCODILES. KIRBY: UM, NO. CHARLIE: WE’RE ACTUALLY HERE TO CHECK OUT SOME OF THE COOLEST TREES IN THE ENTIRE WORLD, THESE GUYS AROUND ME, MANGROVES. ALRIGHT, SO FIRST,

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