Be able to describe Piagets developmental theory and the 4 stages.
According to Piagets developmental theory- children from ages 2 through 7 are in the
preoperational stage- they can think about physical objects but they cant reason about abstract
things

EDCI 2500
Knowing and Learning in Mathematics and Science
Exam 3 Review Sheet
TOPICS
Teacher Learning
Anchored Instruction
Cobb reading
SPECIFIC CONCEPTS
Piagets developmental theory and the 4 stages?
According to Piagets developmental theory- childre

Rule-based Problem Solving:
The Information Processing (IP)
Approach
Knowing & Learning
For Today
Rule-based Tasks and Representations
TheScienceofMindTasksandRepresentations
SFT:pp.1949
BalanceBeamTask
The Cognitive Revolution
Basic insight: An adequate

The Locker Problem
Problem Solving Analysis
Knowing & Learning
The Locker Problem
In a certain high school there are 1000 lockers and 1000
students. Each year on Homecoming Day the students
line up and perform the following strange ritual: The first
stud

Research Brief
E D U C AT I O N
What Teacher Characteristics Affect Student Achievement?
Findings from Los Angeles Public Schools
RANDResearch areas
Children and Families
Education and the Arts
Energy and Environment
Health and Health Care
Infrastructure

What Americans Keep Ignoring About Finland's School
Success
Anu Partanen | Dec 29, 2011. The Atlantics Mobile, http:/m.theatlantic.com/national/archive/2011/12/what-americans-keepignoring-about-finlands-school-success/250564/
The Scandinavian country is a

Knowing and Learning in Mathematics and Science
EDIC 2500 Knowing and Learning
Clinical Interview I
Hobbits and Orcs Rubric
1.
_ Group Descriptive Analysis is completed as a group task and describes what happened, so it
provides the factual information th

EDCI 2500
Knowing and Learning in Mathematics and Science
Exam 2 Review Sheet
TOPICS
Concept Mapping
How People Learn: Mathematics Instruction
How People Learn: Science Instruction
SPECIFIC CONCEPTS
Be able to describe Piagets developmental theory and

EDCI 2500 Spring 2014
Knowing and Learning in Mathematics and Science
Instructor:
Brenda Nixon, 239 Hatcher
Phone/Email: 225-205-2680 / bnixon@lsu.edu
Office Hours: By appointment
Class Location: 205 Prescott Hall
Class Time:
Tuesday & Thursday mornings,

Problems & Politics of Education
Lecture 1
Knowing and Learning in
Mathematics and Science
A Nation at Risk (1983)
an act of unthinking, unilateral educational
disarmament
Made education a political issue
Business became an advocate of
educational reform

Novice to Expert
Knowing & Learning in
Mathematics and Science
General Principles (next few weeks)
Experts have well-developed semantic
structures in the domains of expertise
Differences in noticing
Differences in processing and problem
solving strategies

Modeling Hobbits and Orcs
EDCI 2500
Knowing and Learning
The Problem
On the north shore of a river, there are 3
Hobbits, 3 Orcs, and a rowboat that cannot
hold more than two creatures. The goal is to
get all 3 Orcs and all 3 Hobbits SAFELY to the
south sh

Applying What We Know in Our
Schools: A New Theory of Learning
Knowing and Learning in
Mathematics and Science
Foundation of the Course
TheNationalAcademies
NationalAcademyofScience
NationalAcademyofEngineering
InstituteofMedicine
NationalResearchCouncil

Problems & Politics of Education
Lecture 1
Knowing and Learning in
Mathematics and Science
A Nation at Risk (1983)
an act of unthinking, unilateral educational
disarmament
Made education a political issue
Business became an advocate of
educational reform

Knowing and Learning
in
Mathematics & Science
Key Questions
What are formative and summative assessments?
What does a standardized test score tell me about
what my student knows and fails to understand?
What are norm referenced tests, percentile
scores, g

EDCI 2500 Exam Two Study Guide
Memory Structures
How Computers and Minds Differ
-Minds are made of neural tissue, computers from silicon and copper.
-Minds evolved, computers are designed.
-Different computational architecture
-Built-capacities, characte

NIKKI: The book weve chosen to do our project on is The Great Gatsby. By F.
Scott Fitzgerald. My name is Nikki Tran and
TIM: Im Timmy Brumfield.
NIKKI: The Great Gatsby is a basic novel about the decline of the American
Dream in the 1920s. Its basically

Nikki Tran and Timmy Lee Brumfield Jr.
April 12, 2016
EDCI Section 5
The Great Gatsby is a 1925 novel written by F. Scott Fitzgerald. The novel is about the
decline of the American Dream in the 1920s. The setting takes place in New York in the summer
of 1

EDCI 2500
Knowing and Learning in Mathematics and Science
Exam 1 Review Sheet
TOPICS
A New Theory of Learning
The Science of Mind
Memory Structures
Modeling Problem Solving
How Experts Differ From Novices
Learning and Transfer
The Design of Learnin

Knowing and Learning in Mathematics and Science
Exam 1 Review Sheet
A New Theory of Learning
The Science of Mind
Modeling Problem Solving
How Experts Differ From Novices
Learning and Transfer
The Design of Learning Environments
Assessment
TOPICS SPECIFIC

EDCI 2500
Knowing and Learning in Mathematics and Science
Exam 3 Review Sheet
TOPICS
Teacher Learning
Anchored Instruction
Cobb reading
SPECIFIC CONCEPTS
Piagets developmental theory and the 4 stages
Sensorimotor (birth-2 years)
Preoperational (2-7 yr

EDCI 2500
Knowing and Learning in Mathematics and Science
Exam 2 Review Sheet
TOPICS
Concept Mapping
How People Learn: Mathematics Instruction
How People Learn: Science Instruction
SPECIFIC CONCEPTS
*Be able to describe Piagets
o developmental theory

Morgan Ashley Miller
Professor Kirshner
EDCI 2500
26 February 2014
Individual Analysis
Macie, being a Pre-Veterinary undergraduate student, was able to successfully go through
the Hobbits and Orcs problem. With her science background, she had someone what

Morgan: I am Morgan. This is Carey and Jake. We would like first for you to introduce
yourself and tell us a little bit of your background. Be sure to include how familiar you are
with math and science.
Macie: Okay. I am Macie Broussard. I am from Frankli

Learning and Transfer
Knowing and Learning
Transfer
Transfer-ability to extend what has been
learned in one context to new contexts
Based on assumption that it is better to
educate than to train for specific tasks
Near and far transfer distinction (SFT

Novice to Expertise
Knowing & Learning in
Mathematics and Science
Differences:
Experts have well-developed semantic
structures in the domains of expertise
Differences in noticing
Differences in processing and problem
solving strategies
Differences in Repr

EDCI 2500 Spring 2014 SCHEDULE
Knowing and Learning in Mathematics and Science
This schedule is subject to change at the discretion of the instructor
HPL - How People Learn: Brain, Mind, Experience, and School
HSL - How Students Learn: History, Mathematic