Participants will engage in an examination of developmental and learning theories while exploring the implications of individual differences in learning and psychological adjustment. This course is designed to be a guided exploration of the subject matter, rather than a teacher-centered lecture and test experience. Emphasis will be on interactive and participatory activities within a group work format. The development of a Personal Learning Plan will begin an in-depth exploration of the concept of personalization in education, which is a cornerstone of the effective classroom. The goal of this course is to make the learning of the principles of educational psychology meaningful by relating them to their application in the classroom.
Jennifer Prue ()
Dates: July 15 - August 9, 2013 Pre req's: MAT Program and/or instr permission
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Lafayette Hall L408 (View Campus Map)
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