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EDN week 2 notes

by: Marscia Martinez-Mendoza

EDN week 2 notes EDN 203-005

Marscia Martinez-Mendoza
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Psychological Foundations of Teaching
James Milton Applefield
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This 5 page Class Notes was uploaded by Marscia Martinez-Mendoza on Sunday September 4, 2016. The Class Notes belongs to EDN 203-005 at University of North Carolina - Wilmington taught by James Milton Applefield in Fall 2016. Since its upload, it has received 28 views. For similar materials see Psychological Foundations of Teaching in Education at University of North Carolina - Wilmington.


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Date Created: 09/04/16
Group discussion - 4th graders symbolism 1 What do these students' reactions tell you about their thinking? About children's thinking 2 What more could you do to "listen" to your students' thinking so you could match your teaching to their level of thinking? 3 How will you decide if the students are not developmentally ready for this material 4 How would you approach this unit and the concept of symbolism? 6: teacher talks - tasks of class to analyze the material (I DID NOT DO THE READING) 9: asking the class "readiness for learning" knowing when the students are cognitively ready to learn the material being taught. 11: does childrens' thinking differ from adults? YES 13: what stage would we expect 4th graders be in? (stages of development) CONCRETE operations stage - 3rd stage. 15: class - -23: 23:30 AGREE OR DISAGREE 1 Children are active and motivated learners 2 Children construct rather than absorb knowledge 26: 3 Children continually learn new things through the complementary processes of assimilation and accommodation 32: 4 The process of equilibration promotes progression toward increasing complex thought 36: 5 Interaction for ones' physical and social environments are essential for cognitive development 37: example of piaget 6 Maturation changes in the brain (neurological changes) underpin the qualitatively different thinking shown by children of different ages 38:30 -42: 32: assimilation definition 35:accoomodation - creating a new category for something we never had before 42:30 youtube video piaget's stage of development - 50: 50: children in pre operational stages 1 Language 2 Preoperational egocentrism 3 Confusion between physical and psychological events 4 Lack of conservation 5 Centration 53: characteristic of preoperational thinking 6 Inability to reason about transformations 7 Irriversibility 54: EXAMPLE EXPERIMENTERS ROAD GOING ONE DIRECTION AND CHILDRENS ROAD GOING BACKWARDS 8 Single classification 55: PAPER EXAMPLE - 59: QUESTIONS 1:00 Be able to answer question 2 by Monday 1:03 1 Transductive reasoning CHARACTERISTICS OF CONCRETE OPERATIONAL THOUGHT 1:06 FORMAL OPERATIONS 1:07 - 1:09 reading of case called "what if" Julia and linda


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