Experiential Education

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Experiential Education by Mind Map: Experiential Education

1. depth vs breadth

2. Transfer

2.1. Bransford (1982)

2.1.1. learning situation=recall ability

2.2. Near vs. Far

2.2.1. Basile

2.3. HS to college transition

2.3.1. Gonalez-Espada & Napoleoni-Milan

2.4. HS to college transition

2.4.1. Gonzalez-Espada & Napoleoni-Milan

3. Memory

3.1. Declarative

3.2. Episodic

3.2.1. Creating emotion

3.2.1.1. Jensen (1998)

3.3. Procedural

3.3.1. Novel Events

3.3.1.1. Anomalous data

3.3.1.2. Anomalous Data

3.3.1.3. Travel/ field-based learning

4. Knowledge

4.1. declarative

4.2. Procedural

4.3. Schematic

4.4. conditional*

4.4.1. Robert Gagne (1985)

4.4.2. Paris et al (1983)

4.4.3. Garner (1990)

4.4.4. Paris et al (1983)

4.4.5. Garner, (1990)

4.5. recall

4.6. Expert vs. Novice

4.6.1. expert=conditionalized

4.6.2. Bransford & Stein (1993)

4.6.3. Expert=better conceptualization

4.6.4. knowledge chunked around big ideas

4.6.5. Chi et al (1981)

5. Cognition

5.1. multiple modalities

5.2. Brain Plasticity

5.2.1. Michael Merzenich (UCSF)

5.2.2. Paula Tallal (Rutgers)

5.3. metacognition

5.4. Brain development

5.4.1. • Bruce…? At Baylor did a study looking at the use of inquiry based(?) and hands-on learning to catch PTSD kids up in brain development to their contemporaries

5.4.2. Brain Plasticity

5.4.2.1. Merzenich

5.4.2.2. Tallal

5.5. problem-solving skills

5.5.1. Hrabowski & Matow (1995)

5.6. Critical thinking skills

5.7. Attentional blink

5.8. Cambourne's conditions of learning

6. Kolb -model of exp ed.

6.1. concrete experience, reflective observation, abstract conceptualization, active experimentation

7. Peripheral Benefits

7.1. relationships

7.2. Community

7.3. Collaboration

7.4. relevance

7.5. engagement

7.6. Integrated Curricula

8. Barriers

8.1. Cost

8.2. perceptions

8.3. "less is more" vs. content standards

8.4. No teacher training

8.5. Preparation for traditional colleges

9. Theoretical basis

9.1. constructivism

9.1.1. Dewey

9.1.2. Social Constructivism

9.1.2.1. Vygotsky

10. Pedagogy & Curriculum

10.1. inquiry

10.1.1. White & Frederickson (1997, 1998)

10.2. Problem-Based learning

10.3. Problem-based learning

10.4. Model-eliciting Activities

10.4.1. Richard Lesh

10.4.2. Diefes-Dux et al (2004)

10.4.3. Group cognition

10.4.3.1. Zawojewski & Lesh

11. Story

11.1. Using story as pedagogy

11.2. Creating stories theorugh experience

12. Possible research ideas

12.1. Potential sites

12.1.1. Watershed School, Boulder

12.1.2. Windy Gap, Jeffco

12.1.3. Balarat, DPS

12.1.4. Polaris, Ft. Collins

12.1.5. JCOS

12.1.6. RMSEL

12.1.7. Odeysee (DPS)

12.1.8. Compass Montesori

12.1.9. Eagle Rock

12.2. Potential Funding

12.2.1. GLEF (George Lucas Educational Foundation)

12.2.2. NSF

12.2.2.1. Reese Grants

12.2.2.2. Discovery Research K-12 (DR K-12)

12.3. Systems theory

12.3.1. thick description

12.4. Brain imaging

12.5. Jim Moravic as master teacher

13. Trips

13.1. heroe's journey

13.2. social

13.3. novelty