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Unformatted text preview: 5/17/11 Unit 3: Learning Happens in social contexts Vygotskys Theory Observational Learning Ericksons Psychosocial Theory Moral Reasoning 5/17/11 Paper: Citations for your Cite class notes in paper as: (Theme 1-3, TE 150). In References page as: Teacher Education 150 (Fall 2010). Categorization and concept formation. 5/17/11 Paper1 Option #1: Reflect on your own learning in high school. Choose a subject that was easy for you and one that was challenging. Compare your learning in the two subjects. Consider why your learning experiences differed. Option #2: Reflect on your own 5/17/11 Paper1 Due March 17, 2011 3-4 pages long Coherent and readable style Free from mechanical and editing errors Citations used correctly and where needed 12-point Times New Roman, 1" margins on all sides, no cover sheet necessary 5/17/11 eXTRA CREDIT: DUE 4/20 ADD UP 10 POINTS TO ONE OF YOUR EXAM. Biography: Write a brief (2-3 paragraphs or 200-300 words) biographical sketch of one theorist we have studied in TE 150. You may write about any theorist mentioned in the readings or PowerPoint slides. For contemporary scholars, include 5/17/11 Big Idea of the Unit Children learn both from and about the social environment 5/17/11 Learning to drive First day behind the wheel what did you have to think about and do? How did you feel? Did you do all the work of driving? Who shared the thinking load with you? How? Driving instruction is a form of guided participation 5/17/11 Vygotsky!...
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This note was uploaded on 05/17/2011 for the course TE 150 taught by Professor Palmer during the Spring '08 term at Michigan State University.

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SS11_3_1_Vygotsky - 5/17/11 Unit 3: Learning Happens in...

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