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EDGR 535 Final Project

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EDGR 535 Final Project
Potential Topic Ideas
Presentation Ideas
After you have thoroughly investigated your topic,
create a presentation
that you will be able to use to educate your students, administration, employees, children, or other family members.

You may choose to create a Prezi, a
brochure
, a
website
, a
video
, a
game
, or another instructor approved project to present your researched.

Be creative!
Presentation Requirements
-A thorough background of your topic
-A substantial list of helpful strategies that will benefit your audience

-Classroom applications
-
5 Supportive, appropriate websites or apps for parents or students
-Atleast 3 scholarly sources cited in-text and included as part of a reference list according to APA formatting guidelines (use direct quotes sparingly in order to prevent plagiarism)

-Visual appeal, creativity and polished, scholarly writing

Some
final reminders
Enjoy the process of preparing your new
information to share!
Please be sure you are attending to....
a. Professionalism:

Polished grammar, consistency and organization
b. Scholarly writing:
Citing your claims, giving credit to reputable resources (steer clear of websites and internet resources) and providing data to support your thoughts
c. Course tie back:

Connect back to the course information,
Gladwell and Jensen texts.

EDGR 535 Final Project
“Man's mind stretched by a new idea never goes back to its original dimensions.” -- Oliver Wendell Holmes

Conduct research that interests you or will benefit you in your work or personal life.

This can include an educational concept, a syndrome, condition, or disease that may affect those with whom you work, or any other topic

Please have topic approved by your instructor..
(You are not required to choose from this list)

-
Effects of noise pollution on learning
(or reading achievement)
-
The Flipped Classroom
-
Differentiation
(Dr. Carol Tomlinson)
-
Universal Design for Learning
(UDL).
-
Student motivation
(Drive by Daniel Pink, How Children Succeed by Paul Tough)
-
Grading & the Power of the Zero
Guskey, T. R. (2004). Are Zeros Your Ultimate Weapon?. Education Digest: Essential Readings Condensed for Quick Review, 70(3), 31-35.
Guskey, T. R. (2003). How classroom assessments improve learning. Educational Leadership, 60(5), 6-11.
Reeves, D. B. (2004). The case against the zero. Phi Delta Kappan, 86(4), 324-325.

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Gender differences
(Michael Gurian)
-
Does homework improve achievement
?
-
Year round schooling
-
1:1 Initiatives
(1 ipad or tablet per student)
-
Positive impacts of community service


Check out this
Student sample
http://prezi.com/xvf7bxomplta/stress-perception/
ISTE Standards
This assignment meets the following ISTE standards for teachers:

#3 Model digital age work and learning
#5 Engage in professional growth and leadership
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