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Intro_to_Course_012907 - • Teaching for understanding&...

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Psychological Foundations  of Secondary Education Course Introduction
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Brainstorm What factors do you believe are most crucial to teacher success?
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Teacher Abilities Most Crucial for  Success Academic/verbal ability Subject-area knowledge Knowledge of teaching and learning Teaching experience Qualifications (as related to certification) Source: Bransford, J. & Dariling-Hammond, L (2005) Preparing Teachers for a Changing World: What Teachers Should Learn and Be Able to Do
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Overarching Course Questions How do people learn and develop? How can my teaching and classroom environment support learning for understanding? How can teaching and learning theory inform my practice?
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Pedagogical Approaches Planning Assessment Differentiation
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Unformatted text preview: • Teaching for understanding & transfer The Learner • Developmental Pathways • Multiple Intelligences The Learning Environment • Motivation • Classroom Management LEARNING AND PROSOCIAL BEHAVIOR EDUCATIONAL PSYCHOLOGY My Teaching Philosophy “Tell me and I forget. Show me and I remember. Involve me and I learn .-- Chinese Proverb Source: http://www.acu.edu/cte/activelearning/whyuseal2.htm and National Training Laboratories, Institute for Applied Behavioral Sciences People learn by…………………. 1. Write a sentence of 20 words or less indicating how you believe people learn. 2. Ask four classmates for their responses and write them down on your paper....
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