Effective Instruction for STEM Disciplines: From Learning Theory to College Teaching

by Brian S. Hoyt, Edward J. Mastascusa, Maryellen Weimer

Wiley | June 23, 2014 | Kobo Edition (eBook)

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This groundbreaking book offers information on the most effective ways that students process material, store it in their long-term memories, and how that effects learning for long-term retention. It reveals how achieving different levels is important for “transfer” which refers to the learner’s ability to use what is learned in different situations and to problems that might not be directly related to the problems used to help the student learn. Filled with proven tools, techniques, and approaches, this book explores how to apply these approaches to improve teaching.

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Published: June 23, 2014

Publisher: Wiley

Language: English

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ISBN - 10: 1118025946

ISBN - 13: 9781118025949

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Effective Instruction for STEM Disciplines: From Learning Theory to College Teaching

by Brian S. Hoyt, Edward J. Mastascusa, Maryellen Weimer, William J. Snyder

Format: Kobo Edition (eBook)

Published: June 23, 2014

Publisher: Wiley

Language: English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10: 1118025946

ISBN - 13: 9781118025949

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This groundbreaking book offers information on the most effective ways that students process material, store it in their long-term memories, and how that effects learning for long-term retention. It reveals how achieving different levels is important for “transfer” which refers to the learner’s ability to use what is learned in different situations and to problems that might not be directly related to the problems used to help the student learn. Filled with proven tools, techniques, and approaches, this book explores how to apply these approaches to improve teaching.