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 ====== Cone of Experience ====== ====== Cone of Experience ======
  
 +===== General =====
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 +Cone of experience is an image describing **contribution of different types of learning experiences** introduced by 
 +[[http://​en.wikipedia.org/​wiki/​Edgar_Dale|Edward Dale]] in 1946.
  
 ===== What is cone of experience? ===== ===== What is cone of experience? =====
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 [[http://​qwertyrob.blogspot.com/​2008/​08/​you-will-only-remember-10-of-this.html|{{ ​ :​images:​cone.jpg?​330x400|Cone of Experience. Image borrowed from: http://​qwertyrob.blogspot.com/​... Click on the picture to follow the link.}}]] [[http://​qwertyrob.blogspot.com/​2008/​08/​you-will-only-remember-10-of-this.html|{{ ​ :​images:​cone.jpg?​330x400|Cone of Experience. Image borrowed from: http://​qwertyrob.blogspot.com/​... Click on the picture to follow the link.}}]]
  
-[[http://​en.wikipedia.org/​wiki/​Edgar_Dale|Edward Dale]]'s //Cone of experience//​ was first introduced in his book "​Audio-visual methods in teaching"​ published in 1946. It is an image describing ​**benefit of different types of learning experiences**. The Cone was organized by starting with **most abstract experiences from its top**, changing to **most concrete experiences at its bottom**. In later editions of the book it was subjected to some minor changes, but the original cone image can be found [[http://​www.robwaller.org/​blog/​uploaded_images/​realdale-759265.jpg|here]].+Edward Dale's //Cone of experience//​ was first introduced in his book "​Audio-visual methods in teaching"​ published in 1946. It is an image describing benefit of different types of learning experiences. The Cone was organized by starting with **most abstract experiences from its top**, changing to **most concrete experiences at its bottom**. In later editions of the book it was subjected to some minor changes, but the original cone image can be found [[http://​www.robwaller.org/​blog/​uploaded_images/​realdale-759265.jpg|here]].
  
 The importance of Dale's cone of experience is in its assumptions of **how we learn more efficiently** and in **appliance** of such resources or activities **during the educational process**. Assumptions stated in this cone have been of interest to many later psychologists and [[learning_paradigms:​cognitivism#​learning_theories|cognitivist theories]].  ​ The importance of Dale's cone of experience is in its assumptions of **how we learn more efficiently** and in **appliance** of such resources or activities **during the educational process**. Assumptions stated in this cone have been of interest to many later psychologists and [[learning_paradigms:​cognitivism#​learning_theories|cognitivist theories]].  ​
  
 NOTE: **Bogus percentage numbers** have later been added to Dale's cone. They aren't however in any way related to the original Cone. A collection of bogus cones often used can be found in [[http://​www2.potsdam.edu/​betrusak/​AECT2002/​dalescone_files/​dalescone.html.ppt|presentation]] of Betrus and Januszewski. NOTE: **Bogus percentage numbers** have later been added to Dale's cone. They aren't however in any way related to the original Cone. A collection of bogus cones often used can be found in [[http://​www2.potsdam.edu/​betrusak/​AECT2002/​dalescone_files/​dalescone.html.ppt|presentation]] of Betrus and Januszewski.
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 +
 +===== Keywords and most important names =====
 +  * **Cone of experience**
 +  * [[http://​en.wikipedia.org/​wiki/​Edgar_Dale|Edward Dale]]
 +
  
 ===== Bibliography ===== ===== Bibliography =====
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 [[http://​media.openedu.com.cn/​media_file/​netcourse/​asx/​xdjyjs/​public/​05xgzy/​13.pdf|Molenda,​ M. Cone of experience. Educational Technology: An Encyclopedia. 2003.]] [[http://​media.openedu.com.cn/​media_file/​netcourse/​asx/​xdjyjs/​public/​05xgzy/​13.pdf|Molenda,​ M. Cone of experience. Educational Technology: An Encyclopedia. 2003.]]
  
-[[http://​web.utk.edu/​~mccay/​apdm/​selusing/​selusing_d.htm|Development Modules: Selecting and Using Instructional Resources to Enhance Instruction - Section D.]]+[[http://​web.utk.edu/​~mccay/​apdm/​selusing/​selusing_d.htm|The Cone of Experience. Alabama Professional ​Development Modules.]] ​Retrieved August 23th, 2011. 
 + 
 + 
 +===== Read more =====
  
 +[[http://​books.google.hr/​books?​id=lZdqAAAAMAAJ&​q=Audio-visual+methods+in+teaching&​dq=Audio-visual+methods+in+teaching&​hl=hr&​ei=4EV2TdPWH8rFswbQprGKBQ&​sa=X&​oi=book_result&​ct=result&​resnum=1&​ved=0CCsQ6AEwAA|Dale,​ Edgar. Audiovisual methods in teaching. Dryden Press, 1969.]]
  
  
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