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《Journal of Anhui Institute of Education》 2006-03
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Research and Practice of Ausubel's Learning Theory in the Chemistry Instruction under the Context of New Curriculum

SUN Jian-xin(School of Chemistry and Life Science,Zhejiang Normal University,Jinhua,321004,China)  
Ausubel's theory systematically expatiates on discovery learning,acceptance learning,meaningful learning and mechanic learning as well as how an individual person learns great deal of meaningful material from textual presentations.This paper clearly indicates that in the current practice of chemistry instruction this theory applies to reception(expository) learning in school settings and distinguishes reception learning from rote and discovery learning;the former because it doesn't involve subsumption(i.e.,meaningful materials) and the latter because the learner must discover information through problem solving.A primary process in learning is subsumption in which new material is related to relevant ideas in the existing cognitive structure on a substantive,non-verbatim basis.Cognitive structures represent the residue of all learning experiences;forgetting occurs because certain details get integrated and lose their individual identity.
【CateGory Index】: G633.8
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