THE FAMILIES OF MODELS

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THE FAMILIES OF MODELS by Mind Map: THE FAMILIES OF MODELS

1. The Information-Processing Family

1.1. Inductive Thinking Purpose: Classification

1.2. Scientific inquiry Purpose: how knowledge is produced and organized

1.3. Picture word inductive Purpose: inquiry into language

1.4. Concept Attainment Purpose: building and testing hypotheses

1.5. Synectics Purpose: gain new perspective

1.6. Mnemonics Purpose: increase ability to absorb concepts

1.7. Advance organizers Purpose: increase ability to absorb information

1.8. Inquiry training Purpose: build concepts and test hypotheses

1.9. Cognitive growth Purpose: adjust instruction to facilitate intellectual growth

2. The Social Family

2.1. Partners in learning Purpose: interdependent strategies of social interaction

2.2. Structured social inquiry Purpose: cooperative strategies for academic approaching academic strategies

2.3. Group investigation Purpose: development of skills for participation of democratic processes

2.4. Social Inquiry Purpose: social problem solving

2.5. Laboratory method Purpose: understanding of group dynamic

2.6. Role Playing Purpose: study of values and their roles in social interaction

2.7. Jurisprudential inquiry Purpose: analysis of policy issues

3. The Personal Family

3.1. Non-directive teaching Purpose: self-understanding autonomy

3.2. Positive self-concepts Purpose: development of personal understanding

3.3. Awareness training Purpose: exploration of self

3.4. Classroom meeting Purpose: development of self-understanding and responsibility to others.

3.5. Conceptual systems Purpose: increasing personal complexity and flexibility in cooperating with others.

4. The Behavioral Systems Family

4.1. Social Learning Purpose: behavior management

4.2. Explicit Instruction Purpose: develop reading strategies

4.3. Mastery Learning Purpose: mastery of academic goals

4.4. Programmed Learning Purpose: mastery of skills and concepts

4.5. Direct Instruction Purpose: mastery of academic content

4.6. Simulation Purpose: mastery of complex skills