Syllabus - LEAD and SERVE constitute the conceptual...

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LEAD LEAD and SERVE SERVE constitute the conceptual framework for all programs for professional educators in the College of Education at NC State. They are the touchstones that assure that our students graduate with the following: LEAD LEAD : four forms of knowledge; general pedagogy, content-specific pedagogical strategies, content or discipline knowledge as well as knowledge of the content of education, including foundations, historical perspectives and school settings. SERVE : elements that show the range of dispositions developed in our candidates; scholarly, ethical, reflective, valuing diversity and experienced in practical application of knowledge. General Course Information Course Prefix and Title: EDP 304 Educational Psychology Meeting time, class location: Weekly, On-line Number of credits: 3.0 hrs Course Prerequisites/Co-requisites: Sophomore standing or better, experience using WebCT Vista and personal computers in general. Web Page : http://vista.ncsu.edu Instructor: Name: Office Hours: Contact info: Kristin Hoffmann Office: Poe 746a Office Hours: By appointment Email preferred: klhoffma@ncsu.edu Cell: 625-9849 Text and Articles: Essentials of Educational Psychology (required) (2009) 2 nd edition by Jeanne Ellis Ormrod, ISBN: 978-0-13-501657-2 Course Overview This course serves as a Social Science General Education Requirement . The Council on Undergraduate Education has specified that each course in the social science category of the General Education Requirements will provide instruction and guidance that help students to: 1. Understand at least one of the following: human behavior, mental processes, organizational processes, or institutional processes; and 2. Understand how social scientific methods may be applied to the study of human behavior, mental processes, organizational processes, or institutional processes; and 3. Use theories or concepts of the social sciences to understand real-world problems, including the underlying origins of such problems. This course objectives address the following elements of the conceptual framework:
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L : Learn general pedagogy E: Educate with content specific strategies for teaching, may include technology A : Apply discipline or content specific knowledge o Compare and contrast cognitive and behavioral theories of learning and discuss their implications for teaching and learning.
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