Today’s activities

Base Group Check-in Meet your base group

Chris Fahnoe
karen bedell
robinf



Andrea
Chris Sloan
Tracy
txeriland



wicksjes
Myra Khattab
Molly Frendo
niemelaa



Angie Zeller
Angie Johnson


Introductions Welcome, and introduce yourself to the people in the class via an activity — GO SHOOT YOURSELF
Introduce Course / Website Introduce the Course and the Website
Read, Process, & Discuss What is a science of education, educational psychology, and educational technology?

Berliner, D.C. (2002). Educational research: The hardest science of all. Educational Researcher, 31(8), 18-20. [Cary's annotation]

What is a Ph.D.? What is a Ph.D.?
What is the epet program? Intro to the epet program
Read, Process, & Discuss What is a science of education, educational psychology, and educational technology?

Woolfolk, A. (2010). Chapter 1. In A. Woolfook (Ed.), Educational psychology (11th ed.). Columbus, OH: Pearson/Allyn & Bacon.

[Cary's annotation] [Cary's Meta-Analysis]

Base Group Checkout
(more)
Check out with your base-group

Chris Fahnoe
karen bedell
robinf



Andrea
Chris Sloan
Tracy
txeriland



wicksjes
Myra Khattab
Molly Frendo
niemelaa



Angie Zeller
Angie Johnson


On the immediate Horizon

Read Should schools embrace technology?

Abbeduto, L., & Symons, F. (2008).
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Should schools embrace computers and technology? In: Taking sides: Clashing views on controversial issues in educational psychology (pp. 325 – 340). New York: McGraw Hill.

[NOTE: The chapter has two parts, a "Yes" and a "No" side of the controversy. Each of you is only given one side to read for this part of the assignment (randomly assigned). The course website is "aware" of this assignment, and automatically provides the correct side of the issue for you to read. Thus, only read the part assigned to you through your login to the course website, and not somebody else's login, or through sharing readings with someone else.]

Read Thinking like a researcher

Delpit, L. (1992). Acquisition of literate discourse: Bowing before the master? Theory into Practice, 31, 296–302. [Cary's annotation]

Think
  • What do you want your professional presence to look like? How will you achieve it?
  • How will you define your research interests?

 

2 Comments »

  • robinf
    robinf said:

    not sure what sort of response you’re looking for here– were we supposed to type something as part of the “check out” time at the end of class today?

  • admin (author) said:

    No response or typing needed — it was a face to face activity and you did it. You talked to your group about some things you would take away from today. We didn’t get to the other questions because we were running late, which will happen from time to time.

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