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    • Gerald Ardito

      Planning Templates

      Here are the planning templates we will be using in this course.

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        Fieldwork Assignment Requirements

        These are the requirements for the fieldwork project for this course.

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          Class Notes

          Here is a shared folder with notes from most class sessions.

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          • Gerald Ardito

            TCH 215 Coursework

            Here is our "living syllabus" for this course. And here is a link to the published course syllabus. Week 1: Setting the Table Week 2: How People Learn? Week 3: How People Learn, cont'd and Constructing Models of Learners and Learning Week 4: Models of Learning...

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            • Gerald Ardito

              Week 2: How People Learn

              This week, will be investigating how people learn. Class notes for this week can be found here. Without an understanding of how people learn, particularly how K-12 students learn, we cannot design and implement effective instruction. To do this, we are going to do some reading,...

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              • Gerald Ardito

                Week 1: Setting the Table

                This week, will be begin organizing ourselves into a learning community and investigate the role that expectations play in learning. Class notes for this week can be found here. Here is the work for this week: 1. Review the course syllabus.  2. Introductions. ...

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                • Gerald Ardito

                  Adolescents' Responses to Parental Regulation:The Role of Communication Style and Self-Determination

                  While this paper addresses adolescent students, I suspect its findings will end up being replicated with elementary students.

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                    Piaget (1896 - 1980) - Bad scientist ... mostly wrong....

                    I am not yet sure how I feel about this, but here is what this post is saying: "Jean Piaget, the Swiss psychologist, claimed that cognitive development proceeds in four genetically determined stages, and that they always follow the same order. This theory of child development, he call...

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                      Vygotsky (1896-1934) - Social constructivism... Oft-quoted, rarely read...

                        An interesting take on an important figure in Educational theory.

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                        How classroom technology is holding students back

                        An interesting article that looks at the use of technology in classrooms.

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