The Teaching Architectures in the Learning Waterfall

At ILS, we have developed a number of styles of teaching that both respect the principles of natural learning and are particularly amenable to computer implementation. Each such "teaching architecture" is a software system that enables a computer to deliver one particular method of teaching. The diagram below shows which part of the natural learning process is targeted by these architectures:

Teaching Architectures and The Natural Learning Process

Adopt a Goal

- Learning by Doing
- Incidental Learning

Generate a Question

- Learning by Reflection

Develop an Answer

- Case-Based Teaching
- Learning by Exploring

Next Story The Five Teaching Architectures

Outline Where am I in the content of the book?

Give Me An Example

What Should Be Avoided?

What Can Be Done?

Give Me Details

Give Me Background

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