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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...

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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

          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...

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              • Dana Paniagua


                Numbers serve as indicators that we use to measure correlations and relationships in the resulting data. They provide a framework to identify the objective facts of a story. We then use language to build out the surrounding circumstance. Language is more flexible and therefore provides the contex...

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