Today’s activities

Base Group Check-in Check-in with your base group

Chris Fahnoe
karen bedell
robinf



Andrea
Chris Sloan
Tracy
txeriland



wicksjes
Myra Khattab
Molly Frendo
niemelaa



Angie Zeller
Angie Johnson


Controversy! Controversy: Should schools embrace technology?

Why “Constructive” Controversy?

The Constructive Controversy Procedure

School-Technology Quiz and Survey

Read, Process, & Discuss What does it mean to become a researcher?

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

Visiting Scholar
(things to think about)
Dr. Robert Floden

How do I find useful research? Libraries, Internets, Google, and More …
What’s a prelim and how do I pass it? Surviving and Thriving to your first program Milestone
How do I make a portfolio? (Not Quite) everything you’ve wanted to know about portfolios
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 What is science?

  • Derry, Gregory. (1999). Prologue: What is science? In What science is and how it works (pp. 3-8). Princeton, NJ: Princeton University Press.
  • Derry, Gregory. (1999). Chapter 1: A bird’s eye view: The many routes to scientific study. In What science is and how it works (pp. 11-25).
Think
  • About how you want to your professional presence to look, and how you will achieve it
  • About how to define your research interests
  • What you need to do to prepare for the first meeting of cep932 tomorrow afternoon at 1pm

 

2 Comments »

  • Tracy
    Tracy said:

    A favorite poem of mine, which if you take out the word “God” and substitute any word in regards to the discourse we are learning, very much fits our discussion on discourse. http://www.faithatwork.com/history/Shoemaker/Shoemaker_I_Stand.html

  • niemelaa
    niemelaa said:

    wow, tracy – i’d never read that before. thank you for sharing; it makes me think back to our earlier conversation on discourse and about how sometimes the consequence is exclusion…and that my reaction should be (when i begin to feel this way) to yes, listen, yes, observe, but also to elbow in and make sure i’m adapting to the discourse, learning, becoming. i can’t afford ‘cosmic claustrophobia’ :)

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