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


Read, Process, & Discuss Behaviorist Approaches to Learning

  • Woolfolk, A. (2010). Chapter 6: Behavioral Views of Learning. In A. Woolfook (Ed.), Educational psychology (11th ed.). Columbus, OH: Pearson/Allyn & Bacon.
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Learning Activity Finalize Behaviorism Script, start shooting and editing
Visiting Scholar
(things to think about)
Dr. Cindy Okolo

Learning Activity Behaviorism – Finish Editing
Visiting Scholar
(things to think about)
Dr. Patrick Dickson

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 achievement? and Patterns in Science

  • Cole, N. (1990). Conceptions of educational achievement. Educational Researcher, 19(3), 2–7.
  • Derry , Gregory. (1999). Chapter 2: Nature’s jigsaw: Looking for patterns as a key to discovery. In What science is and how it works (pp. 26-34).
Read Ahead
You probably want to read ahead a bit to manage an uneven workload coming up
Cognitive Approaches, Technology and Learning Theory

  • Woolfolk, A. (2010). Chapter 7: Cognitive Views of Learning. In A. Woolfook (Ed.), Educational psychology (11th ed.). Columbus, OH: Pearson/Allyn & Bacon.
  • Dede, C. (2008). Theoretical perspectives influencing the use of information technology in teaching and learning. J. Voogt, G. Knezek (eds.) International Handbook of Information Technology in Primary and Secondary Education, pp. 43–62. Springer.
Group Article Critique Be Prepared for a Group Article Critique

Tomorrow we will do a group article critique. Prepare for that activity by reading this article, with these questions in mind. Keep notes so that you can contribute to your group.

Think & DO
  • Continue thinking about how you want your professional presence to look. Start to achieve it!
  • Continue thinking about how to define your research interests. Work on RDP assignment #2.

 

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