User:Issa Rice/My working model of page types

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What do I mean by a working model? Setting the context:

  • If a subject wiki was a SQL database, what would be the tables and what would be columns in each table?
  • If a subject wiki was an object-oriented program, what would be the classes, and what fields would those classes have?

Learning technique

Sections

  • Goal/sales pitch: How does this technique improve learning, retention, or transparency? What problem encountered in learning does this technique address? Why would one expect this technique to work at all? What is the proposed mechanism (at a kind of Mickey Mouse cognitive algorithm level)?
  • Examples: examples of this technique in use
  • User: Does the learner or explainer use this technique?
  • Requirements/generality
    • Conditions: Under what learning conditions can this be applied?
    • Material: What kinds of material are required? Does any software exist to make this technique particularly easy to implement?
    • Interactions with other techniques
  • Implementation/training
    • Scope for improvement
    • Variations on the technique
  • Evidence and assessment: studies, data, anecdotes, opinion pieces, and advantages/disadvantages
  • See also
  • References
  • External links

Examples

Learning method/strategy/philosophy

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Examples

Learning measure

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Examples

Document/website/product/software

Sections

  • History
  • Purpose
  • See also
  • References

Examples

Phenomenon

Sections

  • History
  • See also
  • References
  • External links

Examples

Ontology

I'm not sure how to describe this type of page. But they seem to get at the basic ontology/background assumptions/concepts used when talking about learning. They aren't phenomena because I conceptualize phenomena as like laws you discover in the world. If a phenomenon is like a graph describing some effect, then the ontology is the axes of the graph.

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Examples