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Fall 2010 T (1) - 1 EDSE 3830 Teaching/Learning Process and...

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EDSE 3830 – Teaching/Learning Process and Evaluation Fall 2010 Instructor: Dr. Chelleye L. Crow Phone: 940-565-4897 E-Mail: [email protected] Office: 206 I Matthews Hall Office Hours: 9:30-10:30 MW 9:30-12:30 T or by appointment Location of Class: WH 118 Time of Class: Tu 2:00-4:50 ***DURING CLASS, PLEASE TURN ALL CELL PHONES ON SILENT and NO TEXTING*** Catalog Description: Teaching/Learning Process and Evaluation . 3 hours. “Examines the processes of learning and the phenomena of adolescent development as they relate to teaching in the secondary school. Prerequisite(s): junior standing and admission to teacher education.” Learning Objectives: The course serves the following goals: To acquire a foundation of knowledge based on the theory and research in the field of educational psychology To learn ways of applying this knowledge to the educational systems in which you will be teaching, taking into account the growing diversity of the student population. To demonstrate an understanding of this knowledge in class discussion, in simulated presentations and in written assignments. To develop an understanding of and appreciation of the value of critical reflection in the teaching/learning process. Required Text: Woolfolk, A. (2008). Educational psychology: active learning edition. (11 th edition). Boston: MA. Allyn and Bacon. 1
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Course Summary: Educational psychology is an interdisciplinary subject that uses scientific inquiry to study how human being learn and the principles by which learning can be increased and directed by education. It is a survey course in applying the concepts of psychology to the teaching/learning process. It is intended to introduce students to the broad and eclectic areas that are of interest to educational psychologists. General Policies (1) No major assignment will be accepted late without a documented excused absence. (2) Major assignments are to be turned in at the beginning of class on the due date. Save work more than once, print early, and come to class on time (4) Do the reading assignments and be prepared to discuss them in class. (5) Do the homework assignments. You are responsible for all assignments as noted on the syllabus and assignment sheets, including any additions or deletions I may make. Evaluation and Grading System: The final grade for this class will be determined on the following basis. Daily Grade (homework, quizzes, attendance, preparation, and participation) 20% Piaget Experiments (TK20--conduct Piaget experiments on 2 individuals, 20% write-up analysis, and implications for teaching) Teaching Presentation (reflections, lesson plan, presentation, video, and 60% observations)   (Additional explanatory details for the assignments will be provided at the first introductory class and during the semester). Our learning process is intended to be collegial, requiring active participation by all
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Fall 2010 T (1) - 1 EDSE 3830 Teaching/Learning Process and...

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