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404 Week 6 Notes

by: Kalli Wyatt

404 Week 6 Notes RECM 404

Kalli Wyatt

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self efficacy theory
Foundations & Fundamentals
Stacy Taniguchi
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This 3 page Class Notes was uploaded by Kalli Wyatt on Friday October 7, 2016. The Class Notes belongs to RECM 404 at Brigham Young University taught by Stacy Taniguchi in Fall 2016. Since its upload, it has received 4 views. For similar materials see Foundations & Fundamentals in Foundations & Fundamentals at Brigham Young University.

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Date Created: 10/07/16
Creating Meaning Experiences shouldn’t be: boring irrelevant utilitarian— 1 size fits all just one way — avoid routine 2 important questions what IS a meaningful experience? HOW do you create a meaningful experience? the sublime by Kant understand the nobleness in all things discover the sublime in each of us that makes experiences meaningful learn strength, weaknesses, and potential The pragmatic educational philosophy john dewy get out of the utilitarian way of teaching separate everyday experiences from educational ones educational experiences require REFLECTION they should be meaningful EXPERIENCE + REFLECTION —> MEANINGFUL LEARNING EXPERIENCES The philosophy of existentialism man tents to avoid confronting their own mortal state— we live forever when you’re in nature you’re forced to confront your morality —> confront your own existence Learner + The Outdoors —> Reality Complex —> Responsibility —> Critical Reflection — >Meaningful Experience sublimation is purification, in nature the “labels” that each of us bring don’t matter any more *if participants don’t complete the tasks it doesn’t mean its a failure but it could be the understanding of potential SELF EFFICACY THEORY concepts that we have invented to mean something, difficult to define & measure concept vs. construct self efficacy turns concepts to constructs people’s judgements of their capabilities to organize & execute a course perceptions of self efficacy is transferrable to other parts in their lives. must have similarity in thoughts. 1. overwhelming mastery experiences 2. identification of similar sub skills 3. co-development of skills 4. cognitive restructuring 5. general sub-skills


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