ED 631 - Putting it All Together: Revision

Last updated by Gerald Ardito

We are about 3 weeks away from the end of this course. That was fast!

Now that you have been engaged with engagement, motivation, adolescent development, and learning theories, it is time to take stock, reflect on what we have learned, and share that learning with one another. This will serve as a final project for the class. This project can take one of several forms:

1. Portfolio. You can create a portfolio to demonstrate what you have learned. This might be a guided tour through your breadcrumbs, for example. You could create a page here on Pace Commons, share links to the posts that you think best demonstrated what you have learned, and do some writing that illustrates those connections.

2. Paper. You can write a paper (approximately 10 pages in length) which discussed what you have learned this semester and how you plan on applying it to your teaching practice. In your reference section, be sure to use APA 6th formatting.

3. Proposal. Now that you have really been investigating these four key factors, you can write a proposal to your administration that discusses how you plan to redesign the classroom learning environment in response to what you have learned this semester.

4. Something else. You can propose another final project, which I will approve. Please email your proposal to me as soon as possible.

Your final project is to be posted to Pace Commons and is due no later than Sunday, May 6, 2018. Use the tag: ed631wrappingup

 

ED 631 - Educational Psychology- Spring 2018

ED 631 - Educational Psychology- Spring 2018

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