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Definitionen von Jerome S. Bruner

Auf dieser Seite sind alle im Biblionetz vorhandenen Definitionen von Jerome S. Bruner aufgelistet.

enaktive Repräsentation
  • Any domain of knowledge (or any problem within that domain of knowledge) can be represented in three ways: by a set of actions appropriate for achieving a certain result (enactive representation) ; by a set of summary images or graphics that stand for a concept without defining it fully (iconic representation); and by a set of symbolic or logical propositions drawn from a symbolic system that is governed by rules or laws for forming and transforming propositions (symbolic representation).
    von Jerome S. Brunerim Buch Towards a theory of instruction (1966) im Text Notes on a Theory of Instruction auf Seite 44
ikonische Repräsentation
  • Any domain of knowledge (or any problem within that domain of knowledge) can be represented in three ways: by a set of actions appropriate for achieving a certain result (enactive representation) ; by a set of summary images or graphics that stand for a concept without defining it fully (iconic representation); and by a set of symbolic or logical propositions drawn from a symbolic system that is governed by rules or laws for forming and transforming propositions (symbolic representation).
    von Jerome S. Brunerim Buch Towards a theory of instruction (1966) im Text Notes on a Theory of Instruction auf Seite 44
Repräsentationstrias
  • Any domain of knowledge (or any problem within that domain of knowledge) can be represented in three ways: by a set of actions appropriate for achieving a certain result (enactive representation) ; by a set of summary images or graphics that stand for a concept without defining it fully (iconic representation); and by a set of symbolic or logical propositions drawn from a symbolic system that is governed by rules or laws for forming and transforming propositions (symbolic representation).
    von Jerome S. Brunerim Buch Towards a theory of instruction (1966) im Text Notes on a Theory of Instruction auf Seite 44
spiral curriculum
  • A curriculum as it develops should revisit this basic ideas repeatedly, building upon them until the student has grasped the full formal apparatus that goes with them.
    von Jerome S. Brunerim Buch The Process of Education (1960) auf Seite 13
symbolische Repräsentation
  • Any domain of knowledge (or any problem within that domain of knowledge) can be represented in three ways: by a set of actions appropriate for achieving a certain result (enactive representation) ; by a set of summary images or graphics that stand for a concept without defining it fully (iconic representation); and by a set of symbolic or logical propositions drawn from a symbolic system that is governed by rules or laws for forming and transforming propositions (symbolic representation).
    von Jerome S. Brunerim Buch Towards a theory of instruction (1966) im Text Notes on a Theory of Instruction auf Seite 44