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© E. Kowch 2002 ProSe m 1 Professional Seminar October 1st, 2002 Starting out on.. Who are the learners (we too)? & How do they learn”?
© E. Kowch 2002 ProSe m 2 Class Plan for October 9, 2002 1.Housekeeping: Rubrics, Learning Inq. Proposal, Review of Sociologial Perspectives 2.This week’s Critical Question 3. Group Task: Courage and Fear in Teaching 4.Group Jigsaw/Teaching Task: Learners and Learning: Jonassen 5.Handout: The 9 events of instruction
© E. Kowch 2002 ProSe m 3 Housekeeping: - Rubrics proposal - vet for next class -Interp. Project proposal update -Learning Bios and Handbacks (Great work!)
© E. Kowch 2002 ProSe m 4 Last Week’s Critical Question 1.What is a critical observer? 2. What does it mean to see ourselves seeing?
© E. Kowch 2002 ProSe m 5 This Week’s Critical Questions 1.Who are the learners? 2.How do they learn?
© E. Kowch 2002 ProSe m 6 Select your reality paradigm.. Activity…
© E. Kowch 2002 ProSe m 7 Individual People’s decisions and behaviors are guided by interpretation and meaning (Weber) Society “Features” in society affect individual outcomes - people are “blank slates) (Durkheim) Human Agency People are free to think and make society, to maintain language and culture (Friere) Structural Determinism People are social products. We are products of structures like bureaucracy and hierarchy (Taylor) Stability People seek stability. Consensus and shared values are a normal state. Change threatens society (Compte) Conflict People seek change. Change + tensions = growth and cleansing. Diversity is a preferred situation (Foucault) Positivism The Truth is known, there is one answer. Objective laws govern society Patterns exist that explain cause and effect (Laws can be made). (Locke) Interpretivism All human knowing depends on observation and interpretation of reality. (Husserl) Different Sociological “lenses”… How do you see education? Vs.
© E. Kowch 2002 ProSe m 8 Recall: The “one” and the “many”
© E. Kowch 2002 ProSe m 9 C. JigSaw Task : Learners and Learning (30 min. prep, 5 min presentation ) In groups, we are going to review, prepare and teach each other from Jonassen, Chapter One. The groups will work on the parts of the Chapter as follows: Group 1: What is learning? Group 2: What is meaningful learning? Group 3: How does technology facilitate learning? Group 4: The implications of Constructivism Group 5: Conclusions and Things to Think About.
© E. Kowch 2002 ProSe m 10 1.Recreate the group tasks – the Recorder will present the word or powerpoint text. 2.The timekeeper will watch the task (prep) time (30 mins) and the presentation time (5 mins max.) 3.The On task person will help keep the following guides active for the group. These are the prep criteria by which you will be graded. –a)For whom is this section written? –b)What is the main message Jonassen is giving us in this section? –c)What are the supporting messages Jonassen wants us to get? –d)Outline the key points and the main message for us. –e)Give an example of this main idea so that we “get it”. Be creative! –f)Summarize the section – teach us! –g)Perception check – ask us a question that proves that we learned your point! 4.Research the chapter and prepare the teaching event. 5.Document the teaching event (the recorder will hand in the outline at the end of the class). 6.Conduct the teaching event. (ask yourself: does the puzzle make sense? If it does – you teach and you learn! C. JigSaw Task : Learners and Learning (30 min. prep, 5 min presentation )
© E. Kowch 2002 ProSe m 11 Deliverables for Oct 16 class, at start of class 1.Housekeeping: Rubrics, Learning Inq. Proposal, Review of Sociologial Perspectives 2.This week’s Critical Questions 3.Group Task: Courage and Fear in Teaching 4.Group Jigsaw/Teaching Task: Learners and Learning: Jonassen 5.Handout: The 9 events of instruction
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