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    • Gerald Ardito

      Course Work - ED 631 - Educational Psychology - Spring 2018

      I know that this is not an Abnormal Psychology Course, but this image has been in my mind for weeks now as I have been planning the course. And maybe that's not so far off -- we are going to be working in a very atypical way this semester. Here is a wiki (collection of pages) where you...

      Tags: ed631, spring 2018, introduction, coursework

      • Gerald Ardito

        Week 1 - "Getting Oriented and Organized"

        Welcome to Week 1 - Getting Oriented and Organized Here is what to do: 1. Watch the Introduction Video. Here is a link to the corrected presentation. 2. Look over the Wikipedia article on Educational Psychology. Think about: What patterns do you see in the article about the areas ...

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        • Gerald Ardito

          Video Introduction to the Course

          I have made a shortish video introducing the course and what we are up to this semester. Please look it over.

          Tags: ed631, spring 2017, spring 2018, introduction

          • Gerald Ardito

            Couse Syllabus - ED 631 Spring 2018

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            • Gerald Ardito

              Week 2: Finalizing the Plan

              This week is the second part of organizing (or starting to organize our work for the rest of the semester). This involves two main components: 1. Create and maintain a detailed Action Plan For Week 1, you created a high level plan. I have read them over and they are generally read good an...

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

              • Gerald Ardito

                The Home Stretch

                We are definitely in the home stretch for our little experiment. I thought it would be helpful to review the last chunk of work. So, here goes: 1. Weekly work. Make sure that you complete your work on the four themes of the course, and to represent that in your weekly breadcrumbs. 2....

                Tags: ed631, spring 2017, spring2018, home stretch, #ed631synthesis

                • 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

                    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

                      Reviewing Your Work (so far)

                      I have been reading your work for the course so far on Pace Commons. Much of this work was terrific, some could be better, and some is missing. I was particularly interested in the degree to which you have sought to look at what you are learning through the lens of your teaching practic...

                      Tags: ed631, spring 2018, introduction, coursework

                      • Gerald Ardito

                        ED 631 - Putting it All Together

                        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 se...

                        Tags: ed631, final project, spring 2018