We can teach more than we can tell: combining Deliberate Practice, Embodied Cognition, and Multimodal Learning

B.H. Limbu, G. van Helden, Jan Schneider Barnes, M.M. Specht

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Abstract

Acquisition and internalisation of many fundamental skills rely on repeated authentic practice and teachers providing support during practice. Despite this well accepted norms in skills acquisition, much of our assumptions about learning skills, mostly from a cognitive perspective, remain nebulous. Besides splitting hairs to classify skills acquisition into a paradigm, much of findings of related research from educational science and psychology have struggled to transfer into the domain of skills acquisition. Instead, in this paper, we propose to shift our view of skills acquisition from a cognitive approach to an embodied one with the help of multimodal technologies and provide a use-case which combines deliberate practice framework, embodied cognition principles, and multimodal learning.
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationMILeS 2022
Subtitle of host publicationMultimodal Immersive Learning Systems 2022
EditorsKhaleel Asyraaf Mat Sanusi, Bibeg Limbu , Jan Schneider , Daniele Di Mitri, Roland Klemke
PublisherCEUR Workshop
Pages15-21
Number of pages5
Volume3247
Publication statusPublished - 2022
EventMultimodal Immersive Learning systems - Toulouse, France
Duration: 13 Sep 202213 Sep 2022
https://milki-psy.de/miles-workshop-22/

Publication series

NameCEUR Workshop proceedings
PublisherCEUR
Volume3247
ISSN (Electronic)1613-0073

Workshop

WorkshopMultimodal Immersive Learning systems
Abbreviated titleMILeS
Country/TerritoryFrance
CityToulouse
Period13/09/2213/09/22
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Keywords

  • multimodal
  • sensors
  • embodied cognition
  • deliberate practice

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