Lesson 8 Teaching with Contrived Experiences

Wednesday, February 3, 2010 at 3:17 AM
This lesson is all about how contrive experiences contributes to the teaching-learning process. Contrive experiences are miniature or edited copies of real-life situations used as a substitute in real things if it is not feasible to bring or do inside the classroom. These includes model, mock-ups, simulation, specimen, and games.

Contrive experiences aim to overcome limitation of space and time, edit reality for us to be able to focus on parts of a system that we intend to study, overcome difficulties of size, understand inaccessible, and help learner understand abstractions.


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