Pedagogy and lab practice 031010

Pedagogy and lab practice 031010 - PEDAGOGY AND LAB...

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PEDAGOGY AND LAB PRACTICE STS 2011/SOC 2100 March 10, 2010 1
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Pedagogy: Teaching/training E Classroom instruction E Broader institutions and practices by which novices become working scientists and engineers 2
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3 Training is not neutral or passive; future of the discipline at stake E What skills and knowledge should students acquire and why? E What does it mean to be a “good citizen”? Generational reproduction is based on active choices and varying political, cultural decisions E Filtering and “hidden curricula” Done through formal, as well as unspoken, informal means
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Different Forms and Goals of Pedagogy Practices and skills Moral Economies Disciplines, power, institutions 4
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Practices and Skills Thomas Kuhn, The Structure of Scientific Revolutions h Scientific work in particular paradigms is transmitted through textbooks, exemplary problems, and routine exercises Development of craft-type skill versus rote memorization and rule following E Training is a dogmatic, authoritarian, and regimented process through which novices are drilled to master the craft of the professional practitioner. 5
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Improvisation and Change in Pedagogy Scientists and engineer’s research practices are always pedagogically conditioned, though not determined Pedagogy fluid in hybrid world of modern scientific research E New disciplinary skills E Inversion of pedagogical roles 6
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Moral Economies in Pedagogy Development of the accepted norms and values within a
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Pedagogy and lab practice 031010 - PEDAGOGY AND LAB...

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