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What is Conditions of Learning

Handbook of Research on Socio-Cultural and Linguistic Perspectives on Language and Literacy Development
Cambourne (1988) highlights the importance of a rich language learning environment where teachers are facilitators and students take the lead to employ the language naturally.
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Development of Language and Identity Through Author's Chair and Draw and Tell in the Context of Storytelling in Early Childhood Classrooms
Jiamin Xu (Florida International University, USA) and Kenia Najera (Florida International University, USA)
DOI: 10.4018/978-1-6684-5022-2.ch016
Storytelling is powerful. Young children use stories to share experiences, cultural beliefs, and thoughts in their early years. This chapter aims to examine the impact of traditional and digital storytelling on language development and identity among young immigrant children. In a study conducted with young children, they were encouraged to tell and share their personal stories with their classmates in a comfortable and engaging environment created by the author's chair and the draw and tell technique. The authors observed and analyzed the children's work in the after-school program over time and saw that they developed social skills and became confident communicating in their newly acquired language by sharing their own stories. The power of language and culture immersion intertwines with stories that encourage young children to freely communicate and share in a safe space, which fosters children's identity and language development.
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Applying Instructional Design Guidelines for Community Health Programs in Health Education
Factors that relate different teaching approaches to their conceptual or theoretical foundations.
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Discussion Groups
Gagne (1985) defines conditions of learning as a whole set of factors that influence learning. Some conditions are external stimuli while other conditions are internal conditions. According to Gagne (1985) , internal conditions are states of mind that the learner brings to the learning task. They are previously learned capabilities of the individual learner. These internal capabilities appear to be a highly important set of factors in ensuring effective learning. In enhancing quality of discussion groups in distance education, instructors need to create both external conditions of learning and internal conditions of learning. Bloom’s (1956) taxonomy is a good example of developing external and internal conditions of learning in distance education.
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Generation of Authentic Learning and Learners: The Conditions of Learning Underpinning Blended Learning and Online Forums
The processes by which people learn including: immersion, demonstration, expectation, response approximation, use and responsibility.
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