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    • Gerald Ardito

      Unit 0 - Setting the Table

      In this (very brief) unit, we will be exploring the various components of the course and introducing ourselves to one another. Here are the tasks for this week: 1. Video introduction to Pace Commons. Please watch this brief video introduction to Pace Commons. 2. Explore the work of t...

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      • Gerald Ardito

        Responses to Invisibilia Podcast

        Please listen to this episode of NPR's Invisibilia Podcast. One you have, please participate in this class discussion.  Here are some guiding questions to get us started: What does this podcast have to say about the power of expectations? How do you think this story app...

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        • Gerald Ardito

          Unit 1: The History of CS in Education ADVANCED

          This unit is designed to give an overview of the history of Computer Science (CS) in Education. You will be exposed to the extremely influential writings and thoughts of Seymour Papert and Alan Kay. Then you will engage with recent revisionist histories by Joy Lisi Rankin and Brian Dear (and ...

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          • Gerald Ardito

            Fieldwork Assignment Requirements

            These are the requirements for the fieldwork project for this course.

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            • Gerald Ardito

              Class Notes

              Here is a shared folder with notes from most class sessions.

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              • Gerald Ardito

                TCH 215 Coursework

                Here is our "living syllabus" for this course. And here is a link to the published course syllabus. Week 1: Setting the Table Week 2: How People Learn? Week 3: How People Learn, cont'd and Constructing Models of Learners and Learning Week 4: Models of Learning...

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                • Gerald Ardito

                  Week 1: Setting the Table

                  This week, will be begin organizing ourselves into a learning community and investigate the role that expectations play in learning. Class notes for this week can be found here. Here is the work for this week: 1. Review the course syllabus.  2. Introductions. ...

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                  • Gerald Ardito

                    Adolescents' Responses to Parental Regulation:The Role of Communication Style and Self-Determination

                    While this paper addresses adolescent students, I suspect its findings will end up being replicated with elementary students.

                    Tags: tch215, spring 2020, course work, syllabus, optional, research

                    • Gerald Ardito

                      How People Learn, cont'd and Constructing Models of Learners and Learning

                      As we finish the first round of investigating how people learn (see class notes here and an audio recording of the class lecture here), we have moved into constructing models of learners, teachers, and learning environments. Our next task is for you to construct a model of learners, teache...

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                      • Gerald Ardito

                        Understanding by Design

                        Understanding by Design is a framework for the planning of units and lessons developed by Jay McTighe and Grant Wiggins. This will be the key tool we will be using for the planning work in this course. Assignments: For Tuesday, March 3 You should read chapters 1 and 2 in Understanding ...

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