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week 13, april 13, tuesday. Chicago field trip Inquiry 3 proposal assignment Inquiry 2 videos Behaviorism & Cognitivism , continued. the one five o. assignments. No assigned reading or blog post Inquiry 3 Proposal. the one five o. inquiry 2 videos. W hose video have we not seen?.

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Week 13 april 13 tuesday
week 13, april 13, tuesday

  • Chicago field trip

  • Inquiry 3 proposal assignment

  • Inquiry 2 videos

  • Behaviorism & Cognitivism, continued

the one five o


Assignments
assignments

  • No assigned reading or blog post

  • Inquiry 3 Proposal

the one five o


Inquiry 2 videos
inquiry 2 videos

  • Whose video have we not seen?

the one five o


Inquiry 3 proposal
inquiry 3 proposal

In a 300-word proposal, address the following.

  • Whose learning is investigated? What will they be learning?

  • Give examples of what the investigations may look like, one description for each learning perspective.

  • What might be some of the newsworthy findings in each report?

  • What show are you using as a model for your investigative report?

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Chicago msu field trip
chicago/msu field trip

  • OIOIOIO (Observations-Ideas-Observations-Ideas)

  • Connections to ideas from class?

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Behaviorists cognitivists
behaviorists & cognitivists

Behaviorists

  • Behavior  Environment

    Cognitivists

  • Behavior MIND Environment

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Seeing from each perspective
seeing from each perspective

The psychological perspective relates to…

  • the kinds of questions asked

  • where to look for evidence, and what counts as evidence

  • how evidence is interpreted

  • the implications for teaching based on the findings

  • the terminology used

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Ideas and terminology behaviorism
ideas and terminology - behaviorism

  • To learn subject matter learning is to acquire new responses to subject-matter related cues in the environment

  • Learning is the process of trial and error, or imitation. Rewardedbehaviors tend to continue.

  • Learning is motivated by seeking reward, avoiding punishment.

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Ideas and terminology behaviorism1
ideas and terminology - behaviorism

  • The schedule of reinforcement affects the behavior

  • Complex tasks can be analyzed into simpler parts

  • Reinforcement can take many forms

  • Laws of effect and exercise

  • To teach is to shape the students’ environment

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Ideas and terminology cognitivism
ideas and terminology - cognitivism

  • To learn subject-matter is to make sense of the relationship between pieces of information.

  • Learning is the process of making sense. New understanding is constructed from prior knowledge and new information.

  • Learning is motivated by curiosity, the need to make sense of something, or to reduce confusion or cognitive dissonance.

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Ideas and terminology cognitivism1
ideas and terminology - cognitivism

  • Knowledge is constructed

  • Conceptual (that), procedural (how), & strategic (when) knowledge

  • Mental representations, maps, structures, & models

  • One’s learning process can be controlled through strategies, metacognition, executive functioning

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Seeing subject matter learning
seeing subject-matter learning

Begin with any example related to learning subject matter

  • What questions arise from a behaviorist perspective? (focus on behavior and environment)

  • What questions arise from a cognitivist perspective? (focus on behavior, what goes on in the mind, and behavior)

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Time permitting
time permitting…

  • Continue lecture from last Tue on Watson, social learning, etc.

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