WICS: A New Model for Cognitive Education
This article presents a unified model for cognitive education, WICS, which is an acronym for wisdom, intelligence, creativity, synthesized. The model can be applied to identification/admissions, instruction, and assessment. I first discuss why there is a need for such a model. Then I describe the model. Next I show how the model can be applied to admissions/identification. Then I show how the model can be applied to instruction and assessment. Finally, I present some conclusions.
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Document Type: Research Article
Publication date: 01 February 2010
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- Research on the mechanisms of human cognition is leading to a deeper understanding of how the processes of thinking, problem solving, attention, perception, and memory affect learning and have led to effective strategies to enhance learning in educational settings ranging from pre-K to adult education environments. The Journal of Cognitive Education and Psychology (JCEP) presents in-depth articles on theory and empirical research as well as current practice and effectiveness of cognitive assessment, cognitive rehabilitation, cognitive education, and psychology around the world. Readers include those in education, cognitive psychology, special education, adult education, educational psychology, school psychology, speech and language, and public policy.
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