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Educational Psychology Project 1

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Tesia Swaydan

on 5 October 2012

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Transcript of Educational Psychology Project 1

Different Learners learn in different ways and even the same learner learns in different ways. . . Three Educational Strategies How Students Learn Lecture Expository Hands-On Projects Groups, Peer Review, Discussion, Questions Collaborative "Active" Experiments Work Sheets Labs Dissection Research Power Point Text Book Video Bloom's Taxonomy Students control the classroom
Teach the class
In charge of the learning Learner Directed Mainly teacher calls the shots
Chooses Topics
Directs Activities Teacher Directed Break Into Smaller Units
Logical Sequence
Remediation/ Review Mastery Learning Cooperative Learning
Learn as a Group Direct Instruction Uses a variety of techniques to keep students actively engaged Computer-based Instruction Presented through carefully designed computer programing Discovery Learning Students interact with their environment
like laboratory experiments Lower-Level Questions Higher-level Questions
Solutions to Problems (cc) photo by theaucitron on Flickr Give students the opportunity to monitor their own comprehension Give us a good idea of what prior knowledge and misconceptions students have about a topic Holds students' attention during the lesson Help asses students' understanding of the class material Ask for... Inferences Application Justification Stretching A way to Deepen students Thinking... Ask How & Why: Ask for an explanation Ask for Another way to answer Predict Answers to Ask Ask For Evidence: In the text and reasoning Apply same skill in a new setting Integrate a related skill: verbal, share, write it down External Vs. Internal External Internal vs. (cc) photo by medhead on Flickr
Learning as a Group Grabbing... Volume Meaningful Emotion Personal Significant Hands-On Objects & Props Environment Color Movement Music Competition Incongruity Size:Fonts, Tiny Bugs to Dinosaurs (cc) photo by medhead on Flickr Motivation
*encourages Situated motivation....
involves learning about interests Prizes Grades Praise & Encouragement Love Desire Accomplishment Needs To Realize Your Full Potential Hot Cognition! Getting the students attention through emotion Affect and its Effect Esteem: To feel good about oneself and believe that others find favor with them “Wanting to be someone else is a waste of the person you are.”
Marilyn Monroe Love and Belonging Safety : Environment Physiological Food Warmth Oxygen Water The Bare Necessities... Goals: Involves making a plan Let students make decisions Determination Is Key to Learning Never compare students! Be selective with e-reinforces Evaluate students in a non-controlling way Present rules as information and instruction Give Choices How to do it.... *Having a plan identifies results and skills students should attain! -Have day to day goals or objectives
-Make list of goals for students to achieve by the end of the year
-Have my students make personal goals for my class My plan as a teacher is to... Boys vs. Girls
Girls tend to underestimate their competence.
Boys tend to overestimate their competence.
Girls are more easily discouraged by failure than boys.
Boys tend to attribute their success to stable ability and their failures to lack of effort.
Girls tend to attribute their successes to effort and failures to lack of ability. Stereotypes of boys and girls 1. Income of Parents
2. Education of Parents
3. Occupation of Parents

Why Students Drop Out...
Less parental support involvement
Lower quality of schools
Negative neighborhood influences
Public Attitudes
Fewer Resources Risk factors of Poverty SES- Social Economic Status As Educators we need to remember that students have things going on at home lack of effort could be something much more like... Poor Nutrition
Inadequate Housing
Emotional Stress
Gaps in knowledge foundation Anxiety Trait: You are a naturally anxious person Different Anxieties Facilitated: Right amount so High performance can occur Debilitating: Nothing gets done with no challenge State: state test is tomorrow- anxiety can be debilitating: situational For Example... The End
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