The solution provides a comparison and contrast of declarative, procedual, and strategic knowledge.© BrainMass Inc. brainmass.com October 9, 2019, 10:10 pm ad1c9bdddf
Declarative knowledge is otherwise known as 'factual' knowledge and what we typically think of when we talk about 'knowledge' and 'learning'. It represents the most common form of scholastic learning. Declarative knowledge is representative knowledge of the world. A collection of statements that can be evaluated empirically, focused on 'describing' the world. The type of knowledge include facts, principles, rules of science and concepts. Examples: 'John is wearing a red hat'. 'Water is composed of hydrogen and oxygen.' 'A chess player should strive to dominate the center of the board'. This form of knowledge ...
The expert compares and contrasts declarative, procedural, and strategic knowledge.