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    • Gerald Ardito

      Online Module 1 -

        ONLINE MODULE DUE 10/8/17 In this module, we will explore how we learn and teach science. We will read some materials, watch some videos, and then write a personal response on the Module. Your response should include: questions on the content presented a p...

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      • David Evans

        Reflections on online module 1 assignment

        Questions on Content presented, and Application in the classroom: I felt the Learning modules were very helpful and gave me a lot of information that I can assimilate and modify for the classes I am working in, both now and in the future. The challenge will be diversifying a power point and vi...

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        • Valerie Cherfilus

          Online learning module

          These articles and Ted talks were extremely interesting. In watching the first Ted talk about how we should teach science, I felt the passion in what he spoke about. Science should be fun and not boxed into these complicated wordy sentences that leave students uninterested and confused. In w...

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          • Vasilios Gavrielatos

            Online Module 1

            I enjoyed watching the TED videos and reading the articles. By watching the video i start realizing that we as educators have forgotten how it is to be a kid going to school.I like how in the first video he made the lesson into a story so the kids don't think it's boring. In the second vi...

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            • Jack Haggerty

              Module 1 Reflection

              Concept Mapping Concept mapping in particular struck me as a useful and profound tool for the science classroom. If used correctly, it seems to me that concept mapping acts dually as an accurate assessor of understanding as well as tool for learning itself. A concept map is a good assessor ...

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              • Arlene Fairweather

                Online Module 1

                Part 1 Taylor DeWitt’s TED talk is one that I whole heartedly agree with.  Science is most often presented to our kids as something that is complicated, unrelatable and “serious”.  Science should be presented in a fun way to attract the imagination of students. ...

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                • Giuseppe Marchica

                  Online Module 1: Make Teaching Simple yet Effective

                  Honestly among all the Scientific Ted-Talks, and research articles I have been reading on how educational theory for adolescents should be applied, Tyler Dewitt’s presentation and discussion in his Ted-Talk nailed it. We share the same method of teaching. I always try to teach my students a...

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                  • Sadia Arafat

                    Online Module 1

                    In module 1, I loved the video in from TEDtallk. It made me realize that there’s a huge difference how we, educators teach science to the students and how students are ‘learning’ the science. The reason why I put quotation on learning, because they are expected to know about sci...

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                    • Marilania De Jesus

                      Module 1

                      The Ted Talk video talks about making science enjoyable for students. This connects with my educational theory because of my own personal experience with science. Often times students become discouraged because of the academic language used in science class and do not believe that they can actual...

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                      • Ashtyn Greenstein

                        Online Module 1

                        My biggest take away from the articles and videos was that science is losing it's spark. To me, someone who has studied science for the majority of my (short) life, science is the most fascinating thing in the world because it explain EVERYTHING in the world! Science is so multifaceted. How d...

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