Applied Learning Techniques - Addition table as Sample

Applied Learning Techniques - Addition table as Sample

This is a small presentation discuss how to teach kids the addition table - Number 5 as a sample.

This is inspired by the course "Learning How to Learn: Powerful mental tools to help you master tough subjects
by Dr. Barbara Oakley, Dr. Terrence Sejnowski"
https://class.coursera.org/learning-002

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Mohammed Gaber

October 30, 2014
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  3. CITATION All the concepts inside this presentation are taken from

    the following course: "Learning How to Learn: Powerful mental tools to help you master tough subjects by Dr. Barbara Oakley, Dr. Terrence Sejnowski" https://class.coursera.org/learning-002 Thanks for them
  4. PUSH .. PUSH .. PUSH

  5. ONE LOOONG SESSION

  6. A LOT OF ABSTRACT REPETITION Could work, but not efficient

  7. JUST DIG INTO DETAILS

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  9. TOP-DOWN: BUILDING NUMBER ..

  10. GIVE THE MAIN CONCEPT Ask children to run randomly, then

    ask them to forms groups of 5s
  11. Give five chocolate, ask them not to count the chocolate

    Ask them to eat one, then count remaining Let them guess how many chocolate provided FOCUS MODE
  12. Give five chocolate, again and ask them to eat 2.

    Now count remaining and guess again how many chocolate provided. FOCUS MODE
  13. Repeat again with different numbers in order. Finally ask them

    to eat the remaining. FOCUS MODE
  14. Time to song famous song: “5 little monkey” Let the

    kids jumping with the song During the song show number of monkeys on the bed and number of monkeys on the ground DIFFUSED MODE
  15. Now we know how to get 5. REVIEW

  16. BUILDING CHUNKS Flash Cards: Give group 1: 2, 3, 4

    cards Give group 2: 1,2,4 cards And ask each group to choose the correct 2 cards
  17. BUILDING CHUNKS Balls games: Group them into 2 groups, each

    groups has balls from one color. The end has a box with 5 blaces Upon start each team should run 1 after 1 with their balls to put in the box. Once 5 places filled, game stopped. Finally, count each color balls and the total balls
  18. BUILDING VISUAL MEMORY Show them the Olympics Logo Ask them

    to form it on the ground Show them the picture again
  19. BUILDING VISUAL MEMORY Elephant on trampoline:

  20. REMEMBER The previous exercises shouldn’t be conducted on one day,

    it should be split over 4 days The visual images of Olympics and elephant should be shown a lot, so they could be memorize well Some cards to be sent home, so he look at them before just going to sleep Practice and Quiz will recall and revoke the information
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