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Dewey cycle of learning.

Dewey cycle of learning.

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Technical Report
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Promethean Thinking Deeper Research Papers Series sponsors leading experts to conduct and report on cutting-edge thinking and state-of-the-art global academic/ policy knowledge with respect to the role of new technologies (innovative tools and organisation) in meeting the challenges of learning in the 21st Century. 21st Century Learning Promethean...

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... solve the problem, we then define a working hypothesis, make inferences based on it, test whether our hypothesis works, and, if that is the case, generate a new model of the world that allows us to return to routine action. This cycle of learning is depicted in Figure 1. 9 In Dewey's model, efficiency improvement occurs when we learn to recognise and reinterpret problems, formulate tentative solutions, model the world with improved models, test our models and re-frame and re-conceptualise the world. ...
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... key observation from Figure 1 is that the process that leads to efficient learning has many qualitatively different sub-processes that require different types of capabilities and inputs. Many of these capabilities and inputs are incommensurable and cannot be aggregated in any simple way. ...

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