8_Strategy and Self Assessment

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2G03 Lecture 8: Strategy and Self-Assessment (1) Problem Solving Strategy and Self-Assessment Dr. E. Cranston and Mr. V. Leung
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2G03 Lecture 8: Strategy and Self-Assessment (2) • Emily Cranston: ecranst@mcmaster.ca OFFICE HOURS: Wednesdays 1 pm to 3 pm (JHE A412) • Vince Leung: leungv@mcmaster.ca Due today: Term paper (hard copy) and don’t forget to upload to Turnitin.com Housekeeping
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2G03 Lecture 8: Strategy and Self-Assessment (3) This/Next week: • No tutorials • Nothing extra due, just evidence sheets in class • Keep working on PEP (collecting strong evidence) Housekeeping
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2G03 Lecture 8: Strategy and Self-Assessment (4) • Boss quality 1 & 2: Grades are on Avenue • Pick up your graded evidence tables • Interviews/cover letters/resumes: grades will be posted this week- Great Job!! • You will get a corrected (with feedback) version of your term paper back on Nov. 21 st Grades
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2G03 Lecture 8: Strategy and Self-Assessment (5) • Please complete evaluation on the answer sheet (fill in circles completely with pencil) • Take two answer sheets: Course Evaluations: 10 min Sheet 1 Instructor 1: Emily Cranston (complete ALL questions 1-7 AND written comments) Instructor 2: BLANK Tutor: your TA (Sarah Charlong or Kevin Kan) Sheet 2 Instructor 1: Vince Leung (complete all questions but ONLY questions 5 & 6 should have different answers) Instructor 2: BLANK Tutor: BLANK No need to do written comments again
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2G03 Lecture 8: Strategy and Self-Assessment (6) Goal: To develop awareness and skill in problem solving. How to: – Talk through your thought processes – Reflect on your thought processes, your feelings and your attitudes – Extend problem solving skills – Self-assess, give and receive feedback Problem Solving
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2G03 Lecture 8: Strategy and Self-Assessment (7) Problem Solving Strategy
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2G03 Lecture 8: Strategy and Self-Assessment (8) Definition : a sequence of organized or systematic stages applied as we problem solve. • Each stage is characterized by its own set of attitudes and thinking skills. Any strategy is OK; however, for pair work or group work we need to agree Look for a strategy that is general, simple, flexible, related to how our head works, works for all problems, separates stuff, easy to teach… Problem Solving Strategy
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2G03 Lecture 8: Strategy and Self-Assessment (9) • Why is PS strategy important? 1. We all use one 2. Beginners search for one 3. Want one that applies to all 4. Helps overcome initial panic 5. Helps methodical, careful (see bad habits) 6. Develops your confidence 7. Needed for group PS Problem Solving Strategy
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2G03 Lecture 8: Strategy and Self-Assessment (10) • Why is PS strategy important? 8. Needed to help us monitor/self-assess 9. Using one improves answers!
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