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Frayer model growth mindset

Author(s): Heather McGray

San Diego City College

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A Frayer model is a graphically organized representation of concept or vocabulary word (Frayer et al. 1969/Ellis. 1997). When learning complex concepts student move to higher level thinking if they can 1) define the characteristics or attributes of a concept then 2) apply the attributes of the concept to example and non-example.

1.    Ellis, E. (1997). The Clarifying Routine. Edge Enterprises, Lawrence Kansas.
2.    Frayer, D.A., & Klausmeier, H.G. (1969).  A schem

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