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What It Means to Be an Expert

What it Mears BE AN EXPERI LEARN & ARE YOU ONE? HOW TO THE FIRST STEP IN BECOMING AN EXPERT: LEARNING Facts and research are based on Benjamin Bloom's, Taxonomy of Educational Objectives: The Cognitive Domain of people have the 5% capacity to learn and acquire knowledge in any field of study. "To reduce variation in the achievement of diverse students.Educators must increase variation of instruction." -Bloom UNDERSTAND HOM YOU BEST LEARN, BECAUSE EVERYONE IS DIFFERENT Index of Learning Styles (ILS): Developed by Richard M. Felder and Linda K. Silverman SENSING VS INTUITIVE VISUAL VS VERBAL Focus on physical reality, Diagrams, flow charts, sight, sound, touch, taste, and organization through and smell. Comprehend symbols color Lecture, reciting, and writing & metaphors ACTIVE VS REFLECTIVE SEQUENTIAL VS GIOBAL Hands-on, adventuresome, Quiet, thoughtful, logical Ordered progression of steps Not comfortable with material repetition of experience thinking: who, what, when, increasing in difficultly until until the entire big picture the whole is understood where, why, and how clicks into understanding traditional grade bell curve grade bell curve after diversifying teaching tactics STUDENT'S GRADE Using a variety of learning methods increases the comprehension of any subject for almost any group. Basic competency takes practice and time. The brain needs about 8 weeks to build neural pathways for new skills. 10,000 HOUR RULE THEORY Expertise takes 10,000 hours of focus and practice on the topic But remember: Experience alone does not equal expertise Equates to 20 HOURS/WEEK FOR 10 YEARS roughly HOW TO KNOW WHEN YOU'RE AN EXPERT KNOWLEDGE Evaluation Synthesis Judgment of ideas and methods Creative concepts using external evidence and Analysis self-selected criteria from from multiple sources Application Separating a complex informed rationalizations forming new complex idea into parts with Apply general principles to specific Comprehension ideas understanding relevant Knowledge Extrapolate vs extraneous concrete situations information without variables Recognition of terms, ideas, procedures understanding of full EXPERT implications SKILL Organization Adaptation Creates new tasks incorporating Complex Overt Response Capable of modifying learned ones actions to account for Mechanism Performs task in a new problematic Guided Performs task in a situations fully confident, Set Response somewhat confident, proficient, and Knows steps proficient, and Perception Demonstrates a habitual manner required to habitual manner readiness to EXPERT Uses sensory cues to complete the task perform the task guide actions SOURCES: ZĂ­ntro NOWSOURCING

What It Means to Be an Expert

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