Students’ perspectives, beliefs, and processes are considered in relation to how they approach learning new concepts and material. Educational and psychological models of learning are discussed and the interrelationships of self-efficacy beliefs within learning process are presented. Various types of modelling, from mastery to student models, are introduced as mechanisms to facilitate understanding and learning, and ways for teachers to integrate these into daily practice are introduced.
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