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Motivation Ed Psych 201 Week 11 Shuai Wang
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Housekeeping Exam will be taken next week! There will be no review session this time The exam is open book and notes This question is harder than the last one so really think about it and be thorough when you answer the questions Form groups
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Second Examination Monday Night April 12, 2010 It is important that you and the members of your small group report to 141 Wohlers on time (i.e., 7:00 PM). The conflict examination will be held on Wednesday, April 14, 2010, beginning at 6:30 in 188 Education. You MUST “email register” for this conflict ( dzola@illinois.edu ).
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Mid-term 2 Two problems that we need to address: 1. Theory explanations are too long. 2. Research is not very specific. I'd give you two random good examples of how research has been discussed. Remember that a good example can tell me who was studied , how they were studied , what the results were and how the results support your point . Targeted population ; sample size ; why you did them , etc. Also, people tended to quote long sections from articles (even these examples do it). You should paraphrase the articles, only quote something if you absolutely need to. But you certainly shouldn't quote something if you are using it as your statement for the why the article supports your idea.
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The activities provided in scaffolding instruction are just beyond the level of what the learner can do alone (Olson was to teach fourth grade students valid experimentation skills . During the first part of the study the teacher-specified table of variables was the provided scaffold. Students then had to select the appropriate variable related to their experiment. The results of this part of the study led to the conclusion that the use of the pre-developed table representation may have helped students abstract the overall structure of the experiment and thus aided their understanding of the design. The teacher designed table helped focus the learners thinking on only those items that were important
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This note was uploaded on 11/27/2011 for the course EPSY 201 taught by Professor Zola during the Fall '10 term at University of Illinois, Urbana Champaign.

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Week_11_ - Motivation Ed Psych 201 Week 11 Shuai Wang...

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