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    • Gerald Ardito - Student

      Gerald Ardito - Student

      Tags: teaching, learning, online education

      • Melissa Meireles

        Melissa Meireles

        I graduated from Pace in May 2013 with a BA in Mathematics and Adolescent Education. Soon after graduating I began working full time as the Academic Coordinator at Pace Pleasantville’s Tutoring Center. My main focuses are running the Academic Coaching Program to ensure Pace’s athletes achieve aca...

        Tags: mathematics, education, teaching, learning

        • Gerald Ardito

          Searching for the Algorithms Underlying Life

          Really interesting article about how learning might work in biological systems.

          Tags: cs for teachers, machine learning, learning

          • Gerald Ardito

            Learning Module #1 - How Do We Learn Science?

            Welcome to our first Learning Module - How Do We Learn Science? This is the first of three online learning modules that we will be explore in this course. This first one focuses on the learning of science. It is organized around a single big idea: In order to teach science effectively...

            Tags: ED644LearningModule1, learning, science, science education

            • Gerald Ardito

              Periodic Table Battleship

              This looks incredibly cool.

              Tags: science, science education, cool things, learning, teaching

              • Gerald Ardito

                Presentation - Letting Go

                This is the slideshow from a presentation entitled "Letting Go" by e learning researcher (and a colleague of mine) Jon Dron. Dron's work is very relevant to our discussion of how people learn. I suggest you note the diagrams depicting his extension of Paulsen's Cooperativ...

                Tags: e-learning, learning

                • Gerald Ardito

                  The Best Language for Math Confusing English Number Words Are Linked to Weaker Skills

                  I know that none of us are math teachers, but I thought you might find this article interesting. It focuses on engagement (without calling it that) and motivation. It will be interesting to see what you think.  

                  Tags: math education, student engagement, motivation, learning

                  • Gerald Ardito

                    Gerald Ardito

                    Dr. Gerald Ardito has been working in Education for almost three decades. His experience includes adult education, adolescent Biology, and most recently higher education. He is the Assistant Chair and Assistant Professor of STEM-D Education at Pace University's School of Education. His resear...

                    Skills: teaching, learning, project management, research