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    • Gerald Ardito

      ED 631 - Educational Psychology - Spring 2017

      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...

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      • 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

          OnlineTextbook for Educational Psychology

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          • Gerald Ardito

            The Cost of Admisson to the Unlearning Zone

            Jon Dron is a scholar of online learning, and the constraints and freedoms associated with it (and a colleague - he and I are co-writing a book chapter on open learning as we speak). He is always worth reading, and I thought that this piece would be relevant to our purposes here. Take a look. ...

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            • Jenelle Dyer

              Introduction

              My Introduction: Hi my name is Jenelle Crystal Dyer. I am currently a chemistry teacher at a great school and my kids are really awesome (most). I am looking forward to exploring all that comes with educational psychology. As a new teacher I have not yet thought about the psychology of teach...

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              • Sam Miake-Lye

                Initial Plan for ED631

                Wikipedia Response Throughout the Wikipedia entry on Educational Psychology, I noticed a few recurring themes. The first was that many leading thinkers stressed the importance of prior learning. Even before the term Constructivism had been coined, Herbart proposed that engaging what student...

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                • Gerald Ardito

                  Week 2 - A Detailed Action Plan

                  First, see my short video with feedback about your work for Week 1. You can find it here. 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 Wee...

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                  • Leo Goodman

                    Week 3 Breadcrumbs

                    Here is a link to a google doc where I will keep all my breadcrumbs for the semester as well as my course plan so that I can compare my work against my plan and update if necessary.     https://drive.google.com/open?id=1U5Uv--VHf-TwKHJV5_pBXcrEEybRHhVfsLc6nDhfVEI

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                    • Zeeshan Pervaiz

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                      • Clarissa Martinez

                        Student Motivation

                        Student Motivation Some types of motivation I found from Chapter 6…. Competition- Wanting to be the best Interests- If you take an interest in the task or topic Social-Who they socialize with can motivate them to do work. The competitive student motivation is something I hav...

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