Teaching Strategies for Lower Level Skills
Interest is central in determining how we select and persist in processing certain types of information in preference to others.
-- Suzanne Hidi, "Interest and Its Contribution as a Mental Resource for Learning"
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This chapter focuses on three teaching strategies that foster the acquisition of knowledge and the less complex reflective and affective skills such as application, comprehension, and an awareness of value differences. The three strategies are