YOUR TURN - Using the SEE-I Method, Complete this Activity
Research indicates that when students connect new knowledge to prior or existing knowledge, they retain more of what they learn. In other words, "new knowledge 'sticks' better when it has prior knowledge to stick to" (How Learning Works, p.15). For example, students who make relevant and accurate connections between the new knowledge and their existing knowledge find they are better prepared to think more critically about the topic.
In this activity, the topic is LEARNING. Think about what you already know to be true about 'learning'. Then, using the SEE-I method, interpret the passage of text below.