Ability to Aquire and Remember Knowledge
Students demonstrate the ability to acquire, recall, and retain progressively complex forms of information enabling them to:
- correctly identify and label;
- develop a substantial vocabulary and correctly state definitions of terms, the content of theories, and wording of rules;
- utilize their thinking skills which focus on memory-in-action while utilizing memory recall during relevant activities and on-going tasks and making application of the acquired knowledge.
I will be a better student if I act on the following beliefs. I can:
- learn and remember new information.
- utilize my thinking skills to apply acquired knowledge.
- Use lists, flash-cards, and note-taking strategies to help you learn and retain information.
- Remember facts, lists, procedures and methods (e.g., the correct spelling of words, the boiling point of water, benefits of a good education, and the formula for determining volume).
- Develop a substantial vocabulary and correctly state definitions of terms, the content of theories, and the wording of rules.