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16_Learning_Sciences - Moving on Moving away from internal...

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Moving on… Moving away from internal processes that influence CD: intelligence, cognitive development, language acquisition, reading/writing, information processing… Moving toward experience & context: Emotions Peers Knowledge of self Culture in schools CULTURA L/SOCIAL EM O TIONA L/ PSYCHO LO G I CA L
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Science of ( Teaching & ) Learning: Educational Psychology Agenda Importance of EPSY EPSY research Key concepts Advances in field Research & theory Teachers, schools, & students Psychology, disability, & assessment
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Defining Educational Psychology educational psychology delivers broad-based tools to improve what typical people know, what they do, and how they do it…to improve the knowledge base of learners. Functions of EPSY Applied research (reform) – schools, programs, participants Psychological processes – motivation, attitudes, cognition Outcomes (change) – scores, behaviors, development EDPR vs C&I vs SpEd vs EPS vs EPSY
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EPSY foundations syllabus: Course schedule Educational Process & Reflective Practice The Teacher as Researcher : Quantitative and Qualitative Aspects Development of Thinking Skills: The Piagetian Framework Social Development and the Individual Mental Development and Intelligence Cultural Diversity and Education Cognitive Perspectives on Learning: An Information Processing Model Thinking, Remembering , and Problem Solving Schemata, Scaffolding , and Transfer Behavioral Perspectives on Learning and Classroom Management Emotional Dimensions of Learning The Psychology of Motivation Kids Today : Who are they? Useful Frameworks and Techniques for School Learning. Classroom Assessment Design
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In a knowledge economy…memorization of facts and procedures is not enough …it’s the process that is important!
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