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    • Gerald Ardito

      Week 3 - Seymour Papert

      This week, our focus turns to Seymour Papert, one of the seminal thinkers and practitioners in the area of computer science in education. One of the things that made his unique was his insistence that working with computers was all about literacy and not discrete skills. Papert was a colleagu...

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      • Gerald Ardito

        Session #6

        Thanks for the great job you did teaching. As I was discussing with Taylor after class, I designed this to be a challenging exercise. Teaching on Demand. And then Giving Feedback on Demand. You handled both challenges well. If they worked as designed, you should be left with lots of questions. I ...

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        • Gerald Ardito

          New York State Learning Standards and Assessments

          New York State Learning Standards and Assessments   Content Area Standards Assessments Science – Living Environment NY State Science Learning Standards P-12 Living Environment Regents ...

          Tags: tch215, coursework, session, learning standards, assessments

          • Gerald Ardito

            Session 7/8 - Standards and Assessment Analysis

            Adolescent Content Standards and Assessment Analysis   Please see this page for links to the various standards and assessments for the various content areas.   Part 1: Content Area Standards Analysis 1. Review the standards document for your area. Note that most of the...

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            • Gerald Ardito

              Resources for ED 631

              Here are a set of resources for each of the four chunks of this course: Engagement Seifert, Chapter 7 Seifert, Chapter 9 Sinatra research: Engagement in the Science Classroom Motivation Seifert, Chapter 6 Seifert, Chapter 7 One highly well investigated theory of motivation c...

              Tags: ed631, spring 2018, coursework, engagement, motivation, learning theories

              • Gerald Ardito

                NY State Learning Standards - Textual Analysis

                I have uploaded each of the four standards documents into a textual analysis tool called Voyant-Tools.  Social Studies Math ELA Science   Take a look at the visualizations we get by doing this type of analysis.

                Tags: tch215, spring2018, coursework, session, standards, analysis, textual analysis

                • Gerald Ardito

                  Session 11 - Stable Big Ideas/Essential Questions, Assessment Reflection, Unit Choice

                  Here is the work for Session 11 (2/27/2018). 1. Stable Big Ideas/Essential Questions. Your first task is to refine the Big Ideas and Essential Questions you have developed for your content areas based on today's class and the feedback you received from your classmates. As we discussed, the...

                  Tags: tch215, spring2018, coursework, session

                  • Gerald Ardito

                    Don't Be Fooled by Smoke and Mirrors: 12 Traits of Truly Authentic People

                    An interesting article that tries to define what makes people authentic.

                    Tags: ed631, spring 2018, introduction, coursework, ed6312018actionplan

                    • Gerald Ardito

                      Session 12

                        We discussed in class the various factors that could affect the climate in a school or classroom. I created a diagram that tried to capture this discussion. For our next session, I am going to ask you to do the following: 1. List the factors that you think affect a classroom l...

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                      • Gerald Ardito

                        UbD Learning Plan Format

                        Here is a template that will help you plan learning activities using Understanding by Design. And, for convenience, here is a link to the Understanding by Design book.

                        Tags: tch215, spring2018, coursework, session, ubd, understanding by design