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Disciplinary intuitions and the design of learning environments

Author: Kenneth Y T Lim
Publisher: Singapore : Springer, [2014] ©2015
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Many of the chapters within draw frequent and explicit linkages to curriculum design, from the premise of the need to go beyond addressing the conceptions of learners, to seeking to understand the substrate upon which these conceptions are founded. The argument is made that this substrate comprises the particular set of lived experiences of each learner, and how - because these lived experiences are as tacit as they  Read more...
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Lim, Kenneth.
Disciplinary Intuitions and the Design of Learning Environments.
Singapore : Springer Singapore, ©2014
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Kenneth Y T Lim
ISBN: 9789812871824 9812871829
OCLC Number: 894232994
Description: 1 online resource (xxiii, 201 pages) : illustrations
Contents: Foreword; Preface; Acknowledgements; Contents; About the Authors; List of Figures; List of Tables; Part I: Theoretical and Historical Foundations; Chapter 1: Intuitions All Around Us; Introducing Nathan; Cognition and Action at the Individual and Social Levels; What Mediates Between the Individual and Social Levels?; Cognition and Action at the Level of the Social; Cognition and Action at the Level of the Individual; Embodiment and Confidence-Building Through a Zone of Proximal Development; Lensing the Individual and the Social. Mediation: Interactions Between Individual and Social Levels Some Summative Thoughts on Embodied Cognition; Embodied Cognition at the Level of the Individual; Embodied Cognition at the Level of the Social; References; Chapter 2: On the Nature of Disciplinary Intuitions; Opening Thoughts on Intuition and Disciplinarity; Sociological Arguments for Disciplinarity; Building an Epistemological Case for Disciplinarity; The Nature of Knowledge; On Intuition: How Our Senses Deceive Us, and Why This Is Actually a Good Thing; The Disciplinarity in Intuitions: Innate Abilities of the Mind. Disciplinary IntuitionsReferences; Chapter 3: Learning Through Intuition in Early China; Education in Classical Chinese Philosophy; Knowing That and Knowing How; Engaging the Individual; Building from Prior Knowledge; References; Chapter 4: Applying Disciplinary Intuitions to Classroom Contexts: A Constructivist Perspective; Introduction; Constructivism, Prior Knowledge, and Conceptual Change; Conceptual Change and Disciplinary Intuitions; Disciplinary Intuitions as a Resource to Address Student Misconceptions; Implications for Classroom Practice: Challenging Dispositions. Concluding RemarksReferences; Part II: Delving into Disciplines; Chapter 5: Developing Disciplinary Intuitions in the Natural Sciences; Introduction; The Example of Genetically Modified (GM) Crops; An Example from the Water Cycle; But What Happens for Counterintuitive Concepts?; References; Chapter 6: The Nature of Intuition in Design; Introduction; Sketching to Design; Design Intuitions and Curriculum Design; Design Context and Activities; Dialogue-in-Action; Teacher Co-drawing with Pupils; Conclusion; References. Chapter 7: From Seasons to Cisterns: The Nature of Geographical IntuitionIntroduction; The Nature of Geographical Intuitions; Geographical Intuitions and Curriculum Design; When Intuitions Pose Problems; Geography All Around Us --
Opportunities for Developing Intuitions; References; Chapter 8: Second Language Intuition: Native Language and Linguistic Universals; Introduction; First Language Acquisition; Second Language Acquisition; Native Language Effects in Second Language Acquisition; Linguistic Universals in Second Language Acquisition.
Responsibility: Kenneth Y.T. Lim, editor.

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