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This 1 page Class Notes was uploaded by Christina Bailey on Wednesday February 3, 2016. The Class Notes belongs to IS 343-001 at a university taught by Dr. Kelly and Dr. Huyck in Spring 2016. Since its upload, it has received 10 views.
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Date Created: 02/03/16
SocioEmotional Development Erikson39s quotEight Stages of Manquot describes a series of crises individuals pass through at different ages The stages begin with quottrust versus mistrustquot in infancy and continue through a series of paired outcomes for each age through older adulthood I need to utilize physical I will incorporate activities that build social development and I will help my students to appreciate their own abilities as well as the abilities of others Also I need to provide choices rather than one static assignment which allows them to eXpress their understanding at the level and in the mode where they can best shine art and music projects multimedia presentations written reports oral reports etc PreConventional based on selfcentered interests Conventional based on conformity to local eXpectations PostConventional based on higher principles At the beginning of the year I will see where my students39 personal development lies in terms of Kohlberg39s siX stages Then I will work toward achieving optimal moral character for a positive and constructive learning environment Information constantly enters the mind through the senses Information must first come into sensory register via five senses where most is forgotten Any information that is attended to for any reason is passed on to working memory where thinking occurs This is where we make sense of the new stimuli and link them to eXisting schema and store in longterm memory Short term memory can only hold 59 quotchunksquot of information at a time A chunk can be any meaningful idea like a word an identifiable image or a digit I will 0 Connect new information to something already known 0 Play form of trivial pursuit with content related to class 0 Use daily drills for arithmetic facts 0 Move around the room and use voice in ections 0 Go from simple to compleX when presenting new material T Classro h 0m 6 Applica 0 Descr39 t39 t39ons Theory 11 1 1 r on i s t As a teacher I need to make sure 1 Create a learning nViI 0n ment velopmant where all naturally S 39 Hierarch str1ve to satisfy y 0f needs The Needs addresse Sing Theory Of needs 1 All from m 1Owest to 3 hi hest Stlldents arf39 ne d to physiologi fe lthey are 1n 3 M Cal safety safe a love H1erarc place S esteem 1 hy Of Self and that Needs Ihave O actuallzatl the1r W 011 Lower level b St needs interests IIthnlng in mind 3m must be 39 as I sat1sf1ed conduct before the m individual 3 Classroo a Learning is the result of changes in behavior As stimulusresponse cycles are reinforced individuals are quotconditionedquot to respond Distinguished from Connectionism because individuals can initiate responses not merely resnnnl to stimuli Applying Skinner in the classroom could be something as simple as using a timer to keep one of your behavioral students in hisher seat As soon as heshe gets out their seat you set the time to 5 minutes and if heshe can stay in their seat until the timer ones nff heshe receives a tina Bailey Outline of Educational Learning Theories and Theorists
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