JHowell - Chapter 13 - 10 Things I Learned

JHowell - Chapter 13 - 10 Things I Learned - Jennifer...

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Jennifer Howell EDU 2130 April 11, 2008 Chapter 13 – Things I Learned 1. In planning, you can do it alone, but collaboration is better. Sharing ideas witth colleagues can be one of the best experiences in teaching. 2. Time is of the essence. Plans are made to be broken. Don’t look back. A little planning goes a long way. You can do it yourself. One size fits all. Its never good to be to organized. 3. Table 13.5 Classroom questions for objectives in the cognitive domain: questions can be posed that encourage thinking at every level of blooms taxonomy in the cognitive domain. Of course, the thinking required depends on what has gone before the discussion. There are 6 categories. First one is Knowledge (Remembering), which is recalling or recognizing information as learned. For example: what did the text say about…? Second one is Comprehension (Understanding), which is demonstrating understanding of the materials; transforming, reorganizing, or interpreting. Or example: explain in your own words…? Third one is Application (Applying), which is using information to solve a problem with a single correct answer. For example: apply the rule of … to solve… Forth one is Analysis (Analyzing), which is critical
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