Instructional design/Cognitive behaviors

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Module Goal[edit | edit source]

The Cognitive Domain[edit | edit source]

The Cognitive Domain is a category of learning that includes "...knowledge, naming, solving, predicting, and other intellectual aspects of learning."[1]

The Wikiversity lessons listed in the next section provide strategies for some of the types of instruction that you may encounter in the cognitive domain.

Cognitive Instructional Strategies Lessons[edit | edit source]

Click a lesson title to begin that lesson :

  1. Concepts and the Nature of Knowledge
  2. Invariant Tasks: Memorizing Factual Information
  3. Understanding Concepts
  4. Concept Classification
  5. Teaching Procedures

References[edit | edit source]

  1. Morrison, G., Ross, S.E., and Kemp, J.E. 2004. Designing Effective Instruction. 4th ed. Hoboken, NJ: John Wiley & Sons, Inc.