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Teacher Centered Instruction vs. Student Centered Instruction. Sage on the Stage: Teacher is the primary conduit of information. Ex: Lecture Guide on the Side: Teacher facilitates student experiences with content. Teacher-Centered. Advantages Teacher controls content, time, activity
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Teacher Centered Instructionvs.Student Centered Instruction

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  • Sage on the Stage: Teacher is the primary conduit of information.

    • Ex: Lecture

  • Guide on the Side: Teacher facilitates student experiences with content.

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Teacher-Centered

  • Advantages

    • Teacher controls content, time, activity

    • A lot of material can be covered

    • Easy to plan

  • Disadvantages

    • Inefficient for many learners

    • Low motivation

    • Limited opportunities to check progress

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Student-Centered

  • Advantages

    • Tends to be more motivational

    • Provides more opportunities to experience content

  • Disadvantages

    • Lack of teacher control/organization

    • Time & resource dependent

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Pendulums

  • Prominent position in the history of mathematics and science

  • What have pendulums been used for?

  • In classrooms, pendulums are a common activity for teaching about the control of variables.

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Pendulums

  • Make a pendulum

  • What variables could students explore with a pendulum?

  • What issues would students have to work through?

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Pendulums

  • What variables could students explore with a pendulum?

    • Period

    • Length

    • Weight

    • Angle of release

  • What issues would students have to work through?

    • Holding the point of swing steady

    • Measuring the period

    • Manipulating multiple variables simultaneously

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Task

  • Create 2 informal plans for instruction

    • Teacher-centered lesson

    • Student-centered lesson

  • Lesson Focus: Pendulums

  • Teaching objective:

    TSSBAT list two everyday items that make use of pendulums.

    TSSBAT identify the variables which affect the period of a pendulum.

    TSSBAT design an experiment to test for the effects of multiple variables on a system.

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  • http://monet.physik.unibas.ch/~elmer/pendulum/

  • http://www.walter-fendt.de/ph11e/pendulum.htm

  • http://www.calacademy.org/products/pendulum/


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