Cognitive Learning Strategies: Making Learning More Productive and Efficient

By Betsy Hill and Roger Stark The term cognitive learning is used to characterize specific aspects or theories of learning and generally implies a view of learning that: Relates to conscious understanding rather than behavioral knowledge (skills). These two different types of learning are also referred to as declarative knowledge and procedural knowledge. Declarative knowledge refers to knowledge that can be stated and includes things like what you had for dinner last night, the date of the first moon landing, and the history of the Civil War. Procedural knowledge refers to skills that have been acquired through repetition and includes […]

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