ED 631 - Educational Psychology- Spring 2018's blogs

    • Xin Jiang

      Xin's weekly breadcrumbs (4)

      By Xin Jiang
      Wednesday 2/21/18, 7:00pm to 10:00pm. I continue to take 3 hours outside of work time and dedicating this time to creating a hands-on activity to engage them in their learning. I believe that for students to retain information in Living...
      • Ashtyn Greenstein

        Breadcrumbs - google drive

        By Ashtyn Greenstein
        All of my breadcrumbs posts can be found in the link below! I just realized I have been doing my breadcrumbs, but never posted the link.   https://docs.google.com/document/d/1e930isJC-2utAQXFzo6hJndPzMmF9FVGe_7H0JkvUcw/edit?usp=sharing
        • Milani Machicote

          Week 4 Breadcrumbs

          By Milani Machicote
          Application in the Classroom   This week I’ve decided to use more body language and nonverbal communication to reprimand students. Last week for my breadcrumbs submission I discussed that I am a person who likes to address...
          • Joanmarie Reid

            Week 3- Breadcrumbs

            By Joanmarie Reid
            In the first chapter of the text, one line refers to teaching as a privilege to help students see and exceed their potential. That is much easier said than done. Teaching a diverse population of students can be overwhelming and disheartening at...
            • Joanmarie Reid

              Week 4- Breadcrumbs

              By Joanmarie Reid
              This week I read Chapter 2, which focuses on learning theories. In my past education classes, I read about these theories, but never gave them too much thought on how they can be applied into my actual classroom. This chapter focuses on 2 major...
              • Louie

                Week 4 Breadcrumbs

                By Louie
                This reading made me wonder what tools we have to boost intrinsic motivation at the local level.  I think a big part of this (which may be unteachable) is the ability to connect with students and inspire them.
                • Jonathan Lustberg

                  Week 4: Breacrumbs

                  By Jonathan Lustberg
                  This week I applied more of the student motivation theories to focus on raising student achievement for one of my hardest students. This student has learning disabilities and tends to act out in order to mask when he struggles with the content. - I...
                  • Andrew Rohan

                    Week 40 Breadcrumbs

                    By Andrew Rohan
                    I found that this week was an observation week for me for me. After listening to the comments on my previous posts as well as the suggestions by professor Ardito, I read the two chapters in the textbook, 7 and 9, and watched how my class...
                    • Usama Tahir

                      Week 4- Breadcrumbs

                      I was reading Chapter 7 "Why classroom management matters" and related to what was mentioned. It said that classroom management is more about correcting student misbehaviors rather than discipline. It aslso mentioned creating a positive...
                      • Xin Jiang

                        Xin's weekly Breadcrumbs

                        By Xin Jiang
                        After school on Monday, I dedicated 2 hours from 6:30pm to 8:30pm and locked myself in my tiny closet room. I lay there in my bed with my laptop on my lap and closed my eyes. I was in a deep meditation trying to come up with a lesson plan for...
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