Principles of Effective Learning

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CURR 1013

A study of the research and theory in the psychology of learning, cognition, motivation, as well as the factors that influence learning, and the application of learning strategies. Theoretical model of strategic learning, cognition, and motivation serves as the conceptual basis for instruction. The course content is divided into a four-part model (the Effective Learning Model) consisting of self-assessment, cognitive theories, self-regulation, and strategies for self- change.

CURR 1011

Effective Learning Seminar enables learners to adopt a more inquiry-based approach to learning and create greater connections between ideas, concepts, and themes across the curricula. Learners will apply real-world situations to course content and efficiently retain and apply theories and concepts taught in core and major courses.

Faculty

Contact your Instructor:

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First Name
Phone Number
E-mail
Title
Delco Building
Wiggins Shayla (936) 261-3686 smwiggins@pvamu.edu Faculty 146
Williams James (936) 261-3667 jawilliams@pvamu.edu Faculty 162

Last updated: 3/2017

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