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    EDG 606 Fall 2017

    This is the online home for the EDG 606 Learning Environments course with Dr. Ardito for Fall 2017.
    • Gerald Ardito

      EDG 606 Fall 2017 - Course Work

      You can consider this a living syllabus for the course. Here is where we will lay out the work for each week. Here is a link to the syllabus for the course. Consider it the course roadmap and requirements, but the specifics of each assignment will be found on these pages. And here is a ...

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      • Gerald Ardito

        Welcome to EDG 606!

        Here is a short video introduction to EDG 606 - Learning Environments.  Please take a look. Enjoy!  

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        • Gerald Ardito

          Week 1

          Here is the work for Week 1 of our course. The goal is to begin to create the foundations of a learning community and to lay the groundwork for our work together. 1. Get Set Up on Pace Commons. In the email that got you here, there were instructions for logging into Pace Commons and settin...

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          • Gerald Ardito

            EDG 606 Course Syllabus Fall 2017 Ardito

            Here is the syllabus for our course.

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            • Gerald Ardito

              Learning Theories Project

              Learning Theories Project Overview The goal of this project is to have us learn about most of the key learning theories informing education today. To do this, you will work in a group and become an expert on one of these theories. Then, you and your colleagues will design an module for t...

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              • Gerald Ardito

                When Life Asks for Everything

                Since some of you have already mentioned Maslow, I thought you might find this article interesting.

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                • Cris Morel

                  How I learn best

                  The way learn best is by using visual and kinesthetic. I prefer using images and using my sense of touch. The learning environment that seems to work best for me is in the classroom environment (lectures). In the classroom I am listening to the professor therefore it's easier to visualize his...

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