Learning: Experts and Novices

How Far Can Bransfords Ideas About Expert Teachers Be Implemented in Class to Let Students Come to a More Efficient Learning and Expertise?


Term Paper, 2009

7 Pages, Grade: 1,3


Abstract or Introduction

How can teachers generate particular classroom settings to motivate students to most effective learning? How can they use diverse methods to bring students to deep understanding of a discipline? The report “How People Learn – Brain, Mind, Experience and School” (1999) by John D. Bransford et al. is the basic foundation for my paper, because the authors seek for answers to these questions.
I will first make a distinction between experts and novices to come to know to what extent effectiveness is possible and how the most effective mastery can be achieved. I will analyze expertise within the teaching profession and find out, how teachers are supported. Moreover it helps to deduce practicality in class from scientific assumptions. It also shows that a special teacher training is indispensable. Ongoing it is necessary to have a look at the teacher’s sensitivity concerning his students and his self-reflection towards his lessons. An analysis of the characteristics of the subject matter will facilitate a well-conceived choice of topics. I will have a look at difficulties with the design of tasks and problems with the concept of expert teachers.

Details

Title
Learning: Experts and Novices
Subtitle
How Far Can Bransfords Ideas About Expert Teachers Be Implemented in Class to Let Students Come to a More Efficient Learning and Expertise?
College
Bielefeld University
Course
Literature, Culture, and the Learning Paradigm
Grade
1,3
Author
Year
2009
Pages
7
Catalog Number
V139170
ISBN (eBook)
9783640489046
ISBN (Book)
9783640489213
File size
372 KB
Language
English
Keywords
expert, novice, bransford, teaching, teaching profession, effective, teacher, learning, mastery, reflective teaching, conceptual understanding, method, process in learning, assessment
Quote paper
Daniela Schulze (Author), 2009, Learning: Experts and Novices, Munich, GRIN Verlag, https://www.grin.com/document/139170

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