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TE Assignment 3 - Adrienne Fenton TE150 Reflections on...

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Adrienne Fenton September 21, 2011 TE150 Reflections on Learning Assignment 3 Due Thursday Sept 22nd To prepare for our next classesdiscussion, complete the following (Remember, all assignments must be in your own words, printed out, and turned in at class to receive credit). Answer each underlined question from Part 2 AND Part 3. Part 1 A. Read “A Clash of Two Styles” (p. 74 in Course Pack) B. Read “Student Rewards Often Ineffective” (pp. 75-76 in Course Pack). There are no questions to go along with these two readings. Part 2 A. Read Dweck: “Praise Can Be Dangerous” (pp. 67-73 in Course Pack) B. Based on this reading, briefly answer the following questions in your own words. 1. When can giving a student praise be dangerous? Why? 2. When can giving a student praise be beneficial? Why? Your answer to B: 1. Giving a student praise can be dangerous when you praise them for their intelligence, rather than the effort or diligence that they put into the task. It can be dangerous becauseit tell the student that in order
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