Instructional design/Cognitive behaviors

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Module Goal edit

The Cognitive Domain edit

The Cognitive Domain is a category of learning that includes "...knowledge, naming, solving, predicting, and other intellectual aspects of learning."[1]

The Wikiversity lessons listed in the next section provide strategies for some of the types of instruction that you may encounter in the cognitive domain.

Cognitive Instructional Strategies Lessons edit

Click a lesson title to begin that lesson :

  1. Concepts and the Nature of Knowledge
  2. Invariant Tasks: Memorizing Factual Information
  3. Understanding Concepts
  4. Concept Classification
  5. Teaching Procedures

References edit

  1. Morrison, G., Ross, S.E., and Kemp, J.E. 2004. Designing Effective Instruction. 4th ed. Hoboken, NJ: John Wiley & Sons, Inc.