Team Concept Maps Thanks Janice for this great digital project on team concept maps. As I enjoy seeing how concepts connect visually, I think this type of learning activity would help me to make connections and see relationships. I like seeing the “big picture” and how all the pieces link together. Your slide on the… Continue reading Team Concept Maps
Self regulation involves more than detailed knowledge of a skill; it involves the self-awareness, self-motivation, and behavioral skills to implement that knowledge appropriately. Characteristics of Novices Rely on Feedback from others, compare their performances to others Fail to set goals or monitor learning Frequently attribute failure to deficiencies that can’t be remedied Characteristic of Experts… Continue reading Am I a Self-Regulated Learner?
Introverted Students in the Classroom How to Bring Out Their Best Student temperaments can play a large role in student evaluation. Instructor perceptions of students can be incorrect when based upon external observation. There is a big difference between how introverts and extroverts receive energy and their response to stimuli. This can result in an… Continue reading The Introverted Student
Some learned points Debates should complement information but are not an end in itself help students develop a mastery of content, develop critical thinking and communication skills Student perceptions of debates show Students need support especially initially when preparing for a debate clear structure is important consideration must be given to evaluation by peer assessment… Continue reading Debates…Student’s Perspectives
Learning Logs Digital Project Thanks Ellie for some helpful information in regards to Learning Logs. As Ellie pointed out learning logs are a student engagement technique that encourages the development of self awareness. As this blog is a learning log for PIDP 3250, I am considering what trends I see in my learning. As Ellie… Continue reading Learning Logs Infographic
Active Learning with Dr. Richard Felder Concepts I learned in this video Students don’t always want to participate in active learning activities however it results in deeper learning. Examples of what he does to motivate students -calling upon them with out warning -“changing things up” with additional questions Lecturing isn’t wrong -key is mixing it… Continue reading Active Learning
Today I was in the grocery store when I noticed a friend ahead of me in the check out line. To my horror I couldn’t remember her name! I felt so silly as I have known her for years. Recently we have not spent a lot of time together but in the past we spent… Continue reading Memory and Learning