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1 0 TL 1071 – Implementing Learner-centered Teaching for Student Success PowerPoint Section 2 Dr. David E. Diehl THE CENTER FOR TEACHING & LEARNING EXCELLENCE HOUSTON COMMUNITY COLLEGE Student Engagement Equals Student Success

2 HCC C ENTER for TLE TL 1071 – Implementing Learner-centered Teaching for Student Success READING ASSIGNMENT: From the learning handbook, read the sections entitled Major Categories of Educational Philosophies and Important Educational Philosophies on pages 6– 9. 1

3 HCC C ENTER for TLE TL 1071 – Implementing Learner-centered Teaching for Student Success Major Categories of Educational Philosophies and Learning Theories Traditional o Teacher-centered o Direct learning: Contemporary o Learner-centered o Self-directed learning: 2

4 3 Learner-centered Teaching: Five Key Changes to Practice Marilyn Weimer Publisher: Jossey-Bass; 1 edition (July 8, 2002) ISBN-10: ISBN-13: HCC C ENTER for TLE TL 1071 – Implementing Learner-centered Teaching for Student Success Resource Worthy of Your Investment and Time

5 HCC C ENTER for TLE TL 1071 – Implementing Learner-centered Teaching for Student Success Important Educational Philosophies Perennialism Essentialism Progressivism Existentialism Social Reconstructivism Eclecticism 4

6 HCC C ENTER for TLE TL 1071 – Implementing Learner-centered Teaching for Student Success READING ASSIGNMENT: From the learning handbook, read the section entitled Primary Methods and Styles of Learning on pages

7 HCC C ENTER for TLE TL 1071 – Implementing Learner-centered Teaching for Student Success Major Learning Theories Behaviorism Information Processing Direct Instruction Instructivism Objectivism Personal Source Constructivism Social Reconstructivism 6

8 HCC C ENTER for TLE TL 1071 – Implementing Learner-centered Teaching for Student Success Primary Methods of Learning Auditory Tactile Visual Various Learning Styles (refer to the survey that you completed earlier) Active Reflective Sensing Intuitive Visual Verbal Sequential Global 7

9 8 HCC C ENTER for TLE TL 1071 – Implementing Learner-centered Teaching for Student Success Resources Worthy of Your Investment and Time Developing the Curriculum Peter Oliva Publisher: Allyn & Bacon; 7 edition (January 20, 2008) ISBN-10: X ISBN-13: Teachers, Schools, and Society David M. Sadker & Karen R. Zittleman Publisher: McGraw-Hill Humanities/Social Sciences/Languages; 9 edition (December 2, 2009) ISBN-10: ISBN-13:

10 HCC C ENTER for TLE TL 1071 – Implementing Learner-centered Teaching for Student Success READING ASSIGNMENT: From the learning handbook, read the section entitled Multiple Intelligences on page 13. 9

11 HCC C ENTER for TLE TL 1071 – Implementing Learner-centered Teaching for Student Success Multiple Intelligences Howard Gardner Linguistic Logical Spatial Bodily-Kinesthetic Musical Interpersonal Intrapersonal Naturalist Spiritualist Daniel Goldman Emotional 10

12 11 HCC C ENTER for TLE TL 1071 – Implementing Learner-centered Teaching for Student Success Resources Worthy of Your Investment and Time Multiple Intelligences Howard Gardner Publisher: Basic Books (July 4, 2006) ISBN-10: ISBN-13: Emotional Intelligence Daniel Goleman Publisher: Bantam; 10 Anv edition (September 26, 2006) Language: English ISBN-10: X ISBN-13: Multiple Intelligences for Reaching and Writing Thomas Armstrong Publisher: Association for Supervision & Curriculum Development (ASCD) (April 2003) ISBN-10: ISBN-13: Multiple Intelligences in the Classroom Thomas Armstrong Publisher: ASCD; 3 edition (May 30, 2009) Language: English ISBN-10: ISBN-13:

13 HCC C ENTER for TLE TL 1071 – Implementing Learner-centered Teaching for Student Success READING ASSIGNMENT: From the learning handbook, read the section entitled Higher –order Learning and Thinking Skills on pages

14 Bloom’s Taxonomy of Cognitive Thought/Learning HCC C ENTER for TLE TL 1071 – Implementing Learner-centered Teaching for Student Success 13 Lower- level Thinking Higher-order/ Critical Thinking

15 HCC C ENTER for TLE TL 1071 – Implementing Learner-centered Teaching for Student Success Models of Teaching (refer to the Four Families Philosophy survey that you completed earlier) Behavioral Modification (BM) Model Information-Processing (IP) Model Personal Source(PS) Social Interaction (SI) Model 14

16 15 HCC C ENTER for TLE TL 1071 – Implementing Learner-centered Teaching for Student Success Resource Worthy of Your Investment and Time Models of Teaching Bruce Joyce, Marsha Weil Publisher: Allyn & Bacon; 5 Sub edition (December 19, 1995) ISBN-10: ISBN-13:

17 16 Review the PowerPoint, handbook, and supportive resources for this section. Complete the Check Your Knowledge quiz. HCC C ENTER for TLE TL 1071 – Implementing Learner-centered Teaching for Student Success


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