## How do you teach schema-based instruction?

Start with one problem type or schema (e.g., combine). Start with stories that contain all the information (i.e., no unknown quantities). Show students how to translate the information for each problem type into a diagram (visual representation) or equation. Teach the students how to identify combine problems.

**What is schema-based learning?**

Schema-based learning is a central theoretical approach in cognitive and educational psychology as well as in artificial intelligence. Schemas allow learners to reason about unfamiliar learning situations and interpret these situations in terms of their generalized knowledge.

**What is schema-based math instruction?**

Schema-based instruction is an alternative problem. solving strategy, which requires students to identify the underlying structure (schema) which. each word problem belongs, to translate important information to a diagram, and then to solve. the problem.

### What is schema broadening instruction?

The main focus of Schema-Based Instruction or Schema-Broadening Instruction (SBI) is to teach word-problem solving using identification of a problem schema, representation using diagrams or equations to represent the schema, and solving the word problem. Scaffolding of student learning is provided throughout.

**Why is schema important in learning?**

Schema is a mental structure to help us understand how things work. It has to do with how we organize knowledge. As we take in new information, we connect it to other things we know, believe, or have experienced. And those connections form a sort of structure in the brain.

**What is schema-based instruction?**

+ Teaching Math With Schema-Based Instruction (SBI) SBI uses modeling or representing the problem situation; this requires more effort, but accurate problem representation makes sense of the problem by inferring the relations between the objects — a skill critical to successful problem solving.

#### What are the different types of schemas?

There are two main types of schemas: additive and multiplicative. Below, we will introduce you to additive schemas before moving on to descriptions and examples of multiplicative schemas. Additive schemas can be used for addition and subtraction problems. These schemas are effective for students in early elementary school through middle school.

**What is teacher-mediated instruction in SBI?**

“ Teacher-mediated instruction ” in SBI entails directly modeling problem solving by representing key information in problem texts using schematic diagrams, explaining common rules and procedures, and analyzing students’ solutions and explanations.

**How do you define a word problem by its schema?**

The thing with schemas is that you cannot define word problems by their operation. So you cannot describe a word problem as being a subtraction problem or being a division problem. Instead, you have to describe the word problem at a deeper level and that is describing the word problem by its schema.