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How pedagogical frameworks may be best presented through learningapplications
Pedagogical frameworks can be presented through learning applications by incorporating various teaching strategies and learning techniques that align with the framework. One effective way to present these frameworks is through the use of a table, which provides a clear and organized representation of the key elements of the framework. Here is an example of how a pedagogical framework could be presented in the form of a table – the 5E Fraemwork
|Stage||Description||Teaching Strategies||Learning Techniques|
|Engage||Capture students' attention and connect to prior knowledge||Use a hook or real-world example||Think-pair-share, brainstorming|
|Explore||Encourage active student involvement and exploration||Pose questions, provide hands-on activities||Experimentation, observation|
|Explain||Introduce new concepts and provide explanations||Lecture, videos, visual aids||Note-taking, summarizing|
|Elaborate||Encourage students to apply concepts and deepen understanding||Group work, research projects||Problem-solving, debate|
|Evaluate||Assess student learning and provide feedback||Quizzes, tests, peer review||Self-reflection, goal-setting|
In this example, the 5E Model is presented in a table format with five stages: Engage, Explore, Explain, Elaborate, and Evaluate. For each stage, there is a brief description, teaching strategies, and learning techniques that align with the framework. This format allows educators to easily understand the framework and apply it to their own teaching practices.
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