EDU 344 - EDU 344 Teaching Models Click to edit Master...

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Click to edit Master subtitle style 6/1/11 EDU 344 Teaching Models
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6/1/11 Inductive Model Guided discovery Helps students acquire a deep and thorough understanding of well-defined topics Teachers provide examples with data, then guide students to find patterns Follows constructivist teaching
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6/1/11 Essential elements Teachers must be skilled in questioning and guiding student thinking Topics must be specific and defined Carefully select examples Use of variety of teaching strategies to guide students to the conclusion Develop “thinking capacity”
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6/1/11 Role of student Observe Compare/contrast Find relationships Move from examples to conclusions 1. Analyze 2. Identify characteristics 3. Form general conclusions
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6/1/11 Benefits and Risks + long-term retention of information + ability to transfer information - time consuming
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6/1/11 Concept Attainment Model Concepts: Mental structures that categorize sets of objects, events or ideas. Consider carefully selecting a set of examples and non-examples together with a definition Consider criteria for selection
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6/1/11 Different from Inductive Model Induction=create concepts Concept Attainment=selecting correct examples within existing categories/concepts Concept Attainment: Content objectives Emphasis on critical thinking is stronger Can use Scientific Method Requires prior content knowledge
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6/1/11 Scientific Method 1. Make observations 2. Form hypothesis 3. Gather data to test hypothesis 4. Modify, reject and form new ideas 5. Gather additional data 6. Assess hypothesis, form conclusion
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6/1/11 Procedures 1. Compare and Contrast examples 2. Use at least 20 examples 3. Teacher guides 4. Students make decisions using analysis and reflection 5. High levels of complexity possible Exemplars=examples Attributes=characteristics
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Benefits Chance to analyze students’ thinking processes Guide students’ to discover more effective strategies
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This note was uploaded on 06/01/2011 for the course EDU 344 taught by Professor Jenniferbriody during the Spring '11 term at St. Xavier.

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