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WEAKNESS                    STRENGTHIn a situation where        The goal is to trainconformity is essential     learners t...
ENGAGE       ►start    the processEXPLORE  ►provide students w/ a common  base of experience  ►identify & develop concepts...
EXPLAIN    ►opportunities to verbalize    students conceptual    understanding / to demonstrate    new kills/behavior►also...
ELABORATE     ►extend student’s conceptual     understanding & allows them to     practice skills & behaviors         EVAL...
REFERENCE:    * PRINCIPLES OF TEACHING 1    VITORINA ACERO et.al,2007** PRINCIPLES OF TEACHING 1    CORPUZ & SALANDANAN,20...
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  1. 1. ◘Believes that KNOWLEDE cannot bepassed on from one person to another 2
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  9. 9. WEAKNESS STRENGTHIn a situation where The goal is to trainconformity is essential learners to do a task thedivergent thinking & same way to enableaction may cause problem. consistencyEXAMPLE: EXAMPLE:-Imagine the fun revenue -Logging onto & off of aCanada would have it workplace computer is theevery person decided to same for all employee; itreport their taxes in may be important to antheir own way, although, exact routine to avoidthere probably are some problemsvery “constructive”approaches used w/n thesystem we have (SCHUMAN,1996) 10
  10. 10. ENGAGE ►start the processEXPLORE ►provide students w/ a common base of experience ►identify & develop concepts, processes & skills 11
  11. 11. EXPLAIN ►opportunities to verbalize students conceptual understanding / to demonstrate new kills/behavior►also provides an opportunitiesfor teachers to introduceformal terms, definitions, &explanations for concepts, etc. 12
  12. 12. ELABORATE ►extend student’s conceptual understanding & allows them to practice skills & behaviors EVALUATE ►encourage learners & assess their understanding & abilities & lets teachers evaluate students understanding of key concepts & skill development(http:/enhancinged.wgbh.org/research/eeeee.htm) 13
  13. 13. REFERENCE: * PRINCIPLES OF TEACHING 1 VITORINA ACERO et.al,2007** PRINCIPLES OF TEACHING 1 CORPUZ & SALANDANAN,2007*** BUILDING UNDERSTANDING TOGETHER-A CONSTRUCTIVIST APPROACH TO EARLY CHILDHOOD EDUCATION SANDRA WAITE-STUPIANSKY**** ELIZABETH MURPHY, SUMMER, 1997http:/www.ucs.mun.ca/~emurphy/stemnet/cle3.html 14

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