Cognitive strategy

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1 Definition

  • Techniques learners apply (consciously or unconsciously) to process language/information (input and output). Some strategies can be developed. (EFL teachers jargon)

2 Cognitive strategy in education

Cognitivism as well as constructivism see the learner as active participant in the learning/teaching process. As active participant he implements cognitive learning strategies.

We discuss these educational issues in the learning strategy article.