Transcript: As a leader, I would strive to provide fun, yet productive, practices. I am a strong believer in positive reinforcement and constructive criticism. I would be able to effectively instruct the guard without being insensitive. Furthermore, I have proven myself to be a good performer and team member. This past year I was voted best leader in a non-leader position, proving that I indeed would excel at being captain. Thank you for your time and consideration Why do I want to be captain? Color Guard Captain Application Product I am positive I would be a fantastic captain. Why Marching Band Is Important To Me I know this because I have exceptional communication and leadership skills. I have been interning in a middle school classroom for several months, and often have to teach 30 or so students at a time so I am used to commanding large groups. As well, I take it upon myself to make sure I establish friendly relationships with every single guard member. Why I'd be a good leader I want to be captain because I am passionate about Color Guard and know I could introduce positive changes. I want to help all members become more dedicated, more talented, and much more confident. Marching Band is important to me because it provides a sense of family. I have made friends in marching band that will last a life time, and I value those connections. Also, marching band has taught me a lot about being self-confident, which is a lesson I would like to pass on to future participants. Rebecca Peffer Class of 2014
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Transcript: Learning is defined as an internal cognitive change that may or may not be reflected in behavior. - Ormrod (2014) Focus on the internal processes as well as outward behavior of students Learners form expectations about the likely consequences of future actions and then behave in ways they think will maximize desired results; learners often base such outcome expectations on existing patterns of reinforcement, non-reinforcement, and punishment. 1) learners observe others engaging in a particular behavior Conclusion Before beginning the lesson, the teacher will 1) provide the ultimate goal of the lesson (summary writing) 2) encourage note-taking on the provided article & class discussion According to Ormrod (2014), 4) motivation The teacher communicates success to students with positive messages by thanking them for sharing their thoughts and for listening to their peers. ("Canoga Park" Retrieved at 17:45) The teacher gives feedback after ideas have presented not while students are forming ideas; he only gives students as much help as they need. ("Canoga Park" Retrieved at 2:00) 5 Main Assumptions Self-Efficacy 6) self-imposed contingencies Lesson Redesign 4th Grade, Canoga Park. (n.d.) Retrieved May 9, 2014 from https://2sc.rossieronline.usc.edu/mod/assignment/view.php?id=56936 Important Concepts 1) self-determined standards and goals Ormrod (2014) states a good strategy is to give students opportunities to work without teacher direction or assistance, including both independent learning activities and small-group activities to teach students cognitive processes that facilitate learning and memory. Ex. Students' low self-efficacy (person factor) may be a reason they spend a lot of class time doing task-irrelevant activities (behavior). The fact students devote their attention (another person factor) to other things in class rather than their teacher, affects particular stimuli they experience (their environment) (Ormrod, 2014, p. 327). Strategy #2 2) learners engage in that same behavior themselves Mirror neurons in the brain become active when 5) self-evaluation: judge own behavior Ormrod, J. E. (2014). Educational psychology: Developing learners (8th ed.). Upper Saddle River, NJ: Pearson. successes and failures as part of a group "collective self-efficacy" Ormrod (2014) states self-monitoring can be used to increase students’ participation and diligence in completing assignments. This will ultimately increase collective self-efficacy as a class, in developing good summaries. Some cultures may value peers and group more but other cultures may value independence more Consequences influence behavior only if learners are aware of the response-consequence contingency; from social cognitive perspective, reinforcement and punishment influence learners' behaviors only if learners connect consequences to specific things they've done. Self-Regulation Anderson, L. W., & Krathwohl, D. R. (Eds.). (2001). A taxonomy for learning, teaching and assessing: A revision of Bloom's Taxonomy of educational objectives: Abridged edition. New York: Longman. Self-Regulation Self-efficacy and self-regulation may have conflicting defintions throughout different cultures Social cognitive theory is a perspective that can help us understand what and how people learn, by observing others and how, in the process, learners begin to take control of their own behavior (Ormrod, 2014). The original lesson in "4th Grade, Canoga Park" demonstrates how to achieve that through cognitive modeling while promoting self-regulation and self-efficacy. The lesson redesign encourages students' learning through self-monitoring and self-assessing. Cognitive processes influence learning and motivation Strategy #1 What are some weaknesses of the social cognitive theory? Ormrod (2014) states modeling of academic skills can be especially effective when the model demonstrates both how to do a task and how to think about the task. The teacher will informally assess students during class discussion by asking questions during the lesson, and listening to what and how students contribute to small-group and whole-class discussions in order to check if students are properly conceptualizing the effects of the printing press on the society. 2) symbolic model: person or character portrayed in film, book, TV show, etc. Social Cognitive Theory of Learning 4) self-monitoring: observe self in action EDUC 518-27962 Dr. Foulk May 13, 2014 Behavior becomes progressively more self-regulated with maturation Theory Application Product Includes 6 components: The non-occurrence of an expected consequence, whether for oneself or for someone else, can have a reinforcing or punishing effect in and of itself. Modeling Build up self-efficacy and self-regulation vital for not just education but as members of society The value of teacher as a model of good behavior/learning practices What are the strengths of the social cognitivist perspective to learning? 2) prestige and power individual
Transcript: As e-commerce is becoming more and more popular, the number of customer reviews for online products grows rapidly. This makes it difficult for a potential customer to read all of them in order to get as much information as possible and to make a decision on purchasing. Summarization of product reviews would make purchase more convenient and reliable. The new app will provide shoppers with a personalized shopping experience. mobile shopping application is developed using android studio Improving user experience Provide information regarding Discounts and Offers. Can be extended to more products. Gap between targeted and achieved results Results achieved Team members: Namrutha K S 1PE12CS099 Dilip kumar T C 1PE12CS046 Manjunatha swamy 1PE12CS086 K A Gajanan 1PE13CS401 Store the information of the products in the database and retrieve relevant information of the product being scanned. The new app will provide shoppers:- personalized shopping experience Immediate product recommendations Summarizes the reviews of the product Gives a concise information about the product 01/04/16 7 01/04/16 5 DETAILS Future scope Statistical Analysis with R for product Review summary Problem definition Project Guide: Sangeetha R Department of computer science and engineering We do text analysis using R and compute the Term-frequency/inverse document frequency(TF-IDF). Results targeted 01/04/16 2 WampServer is a package which includes MySQL to handle data bases, Apache as a web server Proposed Approach database is used to store product details and reviews of product Conclusion 1 We have almost covered all the targeted areas which we had planned Generated cloud images as expected Cloud images highlights positive and negative words as given by consumer reviews Displaying the information about two similar products instead of comparision 01/04/16 ZXing ("zebra crossing") is an open-source, multi-format 1D/2D barcode image processing library implemented in Java, with ports to other languages 01/04/16 4 01/04/16 3 We wanted to create an application that is consumer-centric. Decode the barcode images in real-time, quickly and efficiently,reading not just 1D barcodes but also 2D barcodes Collabrative filtering. Generating wordcloud image. Summarizing the reviews and retrieving suggested products Opinion mining can be used for product feedback analysis, and for decision making to purchase the product Product Review Application 01/04/16 8 01/04/16 6
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Transcript: Self-regulated learning: http://www.staffordschools.org/Page/2497 Mr. Hogan's Learning Objective Students are eager... WEAKNESSES Self-Regulation What is Social Cognitive Theory? Self-Regulation and Role Playing (Ormrod, 2014) Mr. Hogan could show the class an object, or a visual, representing a contribution the printing press has made to modern society. He could then explain to the students his object of choice, its relationship to the printing press, and its importance in society. Mr. Hogan would take the role of a live model, and by observing him exhibit the behavior that is expected of them, the students would be able to exhibit the behavior themselves. Through this show-and-tell activity, Mr. Hogan is modeling useful academic skills, such as oral presentation skills. In other words, he is engaging in cognitive modeling (Ormrod, 2014) as he explains the importance of his object and shares his thought process in selecting it. Those that help us monitor and control our actions. Conclusion Mr. Hogan's students engage in a "Think, Pair, Share" activity to discuss the influence the printing press has had on society since its invention. First they think about the topic, then they pair up with a classmate to discuss their views. The students then engage in a "Group Circle" activity in which they discuss the topic as a class. Social Cognitive Theory allows us to understand the relationship between human behavior and the environment as a stimulus through observation and modeling. References Mr. Hogan pays attention How does it apply to the classroom? Mr. Hogan models productive interpersonal behaviors, such as listening, by highlighting the views his students share with the class. He also provides verbal instruction, another type of modeling, as he explains the topic of discussion and the purpose of the activity. http://learningenglishin1c.blogspot.com/ He models academic skills, such as note-taking, by jotting down his students' ideas to later retrieve and elaborate. Social Cognitive Theory Ormrod, J.E. (2014). Educational Psychology: Developing learners (8th ed.). Upper Saddle River, NJ: Pearson. "4th Grade, Canoga Park" (n.d.) Mr. Hogan: An Effective Model Anderson, L.W., & Krathwohl, D.R. (Eds.) (2001). A taxonomy for learning, teaching and assessing: A revision of Bloom’s Taxonomy of educational objectives: Abridged edition. New York: Longman. Modeling Mr. Hogan's 4th grade class Regulation of one's own cognitive processes and study behaviors learn successfully. Vicarious Reinforcement Mr. Hogan fits the characteristics of an effective model. As the teacher, the students have high regard for him as he has influence in the classroom, he is competent in the art of listening and drawing connections between two concepts, and he models behaviors that are useful to his students. Assessment STRENGTHS .... to participate... Learning Seeing someone robbing a bank get sent to prison is unlikely to result in us enacting a bank robbery. We can learn from observing others without necessarily engaging in the same behavior ourselves. It is not explicitly stated how Mr. Hogan intends to assess his students' performance. It would be safe to assume, however, that he may use the students' contributions to the collaborative discussion as a form of formative, informal assessment. Ormrod (2014) defines these as evaluations as instruction takes place, and unplanned observations of performance, respectively. Competent in the skill/behavior Assessment "If we didn't have the printing press, we wouldn't have computers or something faster to connect to each other." - Diana Professor Corinne Hyde Its failure to factor in the subconscious presupposes that learners are always aware of every single cognitive process and behavior they engage in. Students learn that they must listen to their classmates’ intellectual contributions to effectively engage in a class discussion. Lesson Redesign (Ormrod, 2014) Environment What we can Learn Through Modeling http://www.forestviewpta.org/pta/NewsKidMail/FalconFlasheNews/tabid/90/EntryId/104/10-23-11-Art-Books-Conferences.aspx Live As Ormrod (2014) suggests, it is important to keep in mind that the many theories of learning are complementary to one another. They can and should coexist in classroom practices because human cognition and development is much too complex to be explained by any single theory. The perceived weaknesses of one theory may be strengths of another, so instead of monopolizing any one of them, we should use their weaknesses and strengths to our advantage. Rather than presupposing that we mirror everything we observe others do, it emphasizes the idea that what we learn from modeling may or may not result in us replicating the behavior. http://bestclipartblog.com/32-test-clip-art.html EDUC 518/27919 Person Theory Application Product “4th Grade, Canoga Park”, (n.d.). Retrieved July 14, 2014 from https://2sc.rossieronline.usc.edu/mod/assignment/view.php?id=58552 We set goals for
Transcript: Product management application 73% of recruiters successfully hired using social networks in 2011 Nearly all recruiters are using social networks to find candidates (mainly LinkedIn but Facebook is not far behind) Show how things would improve For a recruiter ? Job Boards Professional networks Conclusion Pros : Candidate must be really interested in the company to apply on their own website Cons : difficult to attract the right talent Challenges and opportunities Social recruitment Describe the next steps - a large database of candidates - save time to hire - access to passive candidates - cost reduction - employee referral Describe the desired state - Products - Market position and business model - Competitors - Recommandations Get your audience excited Pros for a candidate - people are not always on facebook to look for a job ! Con Con Company Website Identify the problem Refer back to the pros and cons Apply on facebook Monster, Career builder, RegionsJob, Apec Work4Labs How problems can be resolved Pros Stategy analysis - Can be refered by friend/family - Can access company page on Facebook (easier process / cultural fit) What about Facebook ? Explain what success will bring Explain how it will help - Recruiter might access to personal data ? (reluctancy from candidates to apply via facebook?) Stategy analysis Anne-Laure Joliot - 14/10/2013 LinkedIn, Viadeo... A good way to attract new talents and get referrals Social recruitment Social Jobs, Job Vite, Work4Labs, BranchOut Allows to access a large database of candidates and job offers
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