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True Colors. Response. You heard it now read it. Read the lyrics. Who was the original artist for True Colors? Does reading the lyrics change the impact of the song? After listening to the song, what do the lyrics mean? What do they mean to you?

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True colors

True Colors


Response

Response

  • You heard it now read it.

  • Read the lyrics.

    • Who was the original artist for True Colors?

    • Does reading the lyrics change the impact of the song?

    • After listening to the song, what do the lyrics mean?

    • What do they mean to you?

    • What types of issues would the lyrics apply to teens today?


Pedagogy vs andragogy

Pedagogy vs. Andragogy

What is it? How does it work?


Assignment

Assignment

  • We are exploring education and teaching. Today you will explore two different concepts: Andragogy and Pedagogy.

    • Define: Andragogy

    • Define: Pedagogy

      Read and Review (10 minutes)

  • Read and Review The Role of Experiential Education in Pedagogy and Andragogy

  • Highlight and identify key concepts/take-away from the article.

  • Capture the key concepts on a piece of notebook paper of both Andragogy and Pedagogy


Pedagogy vs andragogy1

Pedagogy vs. Andragogy

  • Compare and contrast pedagogy and andragogy

  • Think, Pair, Share


Andragogy vs pedagogy

Andragogy vs. Pedagogy


Vocabulary

Vocabulary

  • Experiential education is a philosophy of education that describes the process that occurs between a teacher and student that infuses direct experience with the learning environment and content.

    • Hands-on experience

  • Andragogy is the method and practice of teaching adult learners; adult education

  • Pedagogy is the method and practice of teaching, especially as an academic subject or theoretical concept

    • education of children


Andragogy

Andragogy

  • Adults need to know why they need to know something before they are taught it

  • The Self-Concept of adults is heavily dependent upon a move towards self direction

  • Prior experiences provide a rich resource for learning

  • Adults typically become ready to learn when they experience a need to cope with a life situation or perform a task

  • Adult’s orientation to learning is life-centered, and they see education as a process of developing increased competency levels to achieve their full potential

  • The motivation for adult learners is internal and not external

  • Responsible for Learning


Pedagogy

Pedagogy

  • Little to no experience to pull from

  • Conform to have common view, to teach about as opposed to living out

  • Isolation of sensory stimulation in learning

  • Large, singular groups; students responsible for singular success

  • I do (teacher), We do (class), You do (student) instruction; teacher focused

  • Little expansion of topics outside of specific subject

  • Learn though examples/thoughts of others

  • Unable to assess to one’s own standard


The changing face of education

The Changing Face of Education

What’s changing? Why?


What we will learn today

What we will learn today

  • Major economic factors affecting learning and educational practice

    • Explaining factors using real world examples

    • Relating factors to local funding issues


Economic factors affecting education

Economic factors affecting education

  • Population Diversity

  • Social Changes

    • Emotional

    • Motivation to learn

    • Lack of readiness to learn

  • Political Forces

  • Economic Pressures

  • Technology


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