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Friday, May 27, 2011

What Do You Remember?

Dale Cone of Experince:

Edgar Dale (April 27, 1900 – March 8, 1985) was an American educationist who developed the famous Cone of Experience. He made several contributions to audio and visual instruction, including a methodology for analyzing the content of motion pictures. He was a professor of education at Ohio State University.

In 1933 Dale wrote a paper on how to effectively create a High School film appreciation class. This paper has been noted for having a very different view of adolescent interaction with films than that taken by the Film Control Boards of the time.
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1 comment:

MoNiQuE said...

I find this interesting as everything in the Dale Cone of Experience is a visual related ability. This would be a very helpful tool in developing lessons/routines to teach individuals sign language as these individuals are visual learners and depend heavily on visual senses. Tools can be created based on how well they correlate with measuring the percentage of information that individuals remember based on Dales model.