Pre-adult Psychology

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Last Time… . What are the Five Characteristics of Effective Teachers? Energy, Clarity, Variability, Task Oriented/Business-like Behaviors, Student Opportunity to Learn Material What attributes of powerful instructors have you watched or not saw in your educators?

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Adolescent Psychology Just the rudiments, Ma'am Just the nuts and bolts!

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What do you have to think about understudies? Conceptualize: How are the understudies you will educate unique in relation to you? - physically - inwardly

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Objectives for this session: Discuss the inspiration of understudies Maslow's Hierarchy of Needs Discuss speculations of learning and exchange How People Learn, 2000 Effect of your own learning style on your showing VARK, ILS, Multiple Intelligences

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Student Motivation How are young people roused? What request may these go? Wellbeing Needs– Security, assurance Self-Actualization Physiological Needs– Hunger, thirst Esteem Needs– Self-regard, acknowledgment, status Social Needs—Sense of having a place, love

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Abraham Maslow (1954)says… . Self-Actualization Esteem Needs—Self Esteem, Status Social Needs—Sense of Belonging, Love Safety Needs—Security, Protection Physiological Needs—Hunger, Thirst

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Intrinsic and Extrinsic Motivation Give a case of characteristic. Give a case of outward. Which is more viable over the long haul? Do instructors utilize one more than the other in the classroom?

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Synopsis of Motivation Theory "Learners of any age are more spurred when they can see the convenience of what they are realizing and when they can utilize that data to accomplish something that affects others" p. 61.

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Learning and Transfer (How People Learn, 2000) Brainstorm What is Learning? What is Transfer? What impact does Context have on Transfer? Illustrations? A Cat's Learning Fish will be Fish Throwing Darts Under Water

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A Cat's Learning (How People Learn, p. 7 ) "When put into the crate, the feline would hint at clear uneasiness and motivation to escape from repression. It tries to crush through any opening; it paws and nibbles at the wire; it pushes its paws out through any opening and paws at all that it comes to… . It doesn't give careful consideration to the sustenance outside however appears to be basically to endeavor naturally to escape from control… . The feline that is mauling everywhere throughout the container in her indiscreet battle will likely hook the string or circle or catch in order to open the entryway. What's more, step by step the various unsuccessful driving forces will be stamped out and the specific motivation prompting to the fruitful demonstration will be stamped in by the subsequent delight, until, after numerous trials, the feline will, when put in the crate, quickly hook the catch or circle definity" (Thorndike, 1913:13).

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Fish Is Fish (How People Learn, p.11 ) "Fish Is Fish (Lionni, 1970) depicts a fish who is definitely inspired by finding out about what happens ashore, yet the fish can't investigate arrive in light of the fact that it can just take in water. It becomes friends with a tadpole who develops into a frog and in the long run goes out onto the land. The frog comes back to the lake a couple of weeks after the fact and reports on what he has seen. The frog depicts a wide range of things like fowls, dairy animals, and individuals. The book indicates photos of the fish's representations of each of these depictions: each is a fish-like frame that is somewhat adjusted to oblige the frog's portrayals—individuals are envisioned to be fish who stroll on their tailfins, flying creatures are fish with wings, bovines are fish with udders. This story shows both the inventive open doors and perils innate in the way that individuals develop new information in view of their ebb and flow information."

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Throwing Darts Under Water (How People Learn, p.18 ) "In a standout amongst the most celebrated early studies contrasting the impacts of taking in a technique with learning with understanding, two gatherings of youngsters working on tossing darts at an objective submerged (portrayed in Judd, 1908; see a theoretical replication by Hendrickson and Schroeder, 1941). One gathering got a clarification of the refraction of light, which causes the obvious area of the objective to be beguiling. The other gathering just rehearsed shoot tossing, without the clarification. Both gatherings did similarly well on the practice undertaking, which included an objective 12 creeps submerged. In any case, the gathering that had been told about the conceptual guideline improved when they needed to exchange to a circumstance in which the objective was under just 4 inches of water. Since they comprehended what they were doing, the gathering that had gotten direction about the refraction of light could alter their conduct to the new assignment."

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The Earth is Round… what number distinctive ways would you be able to draw precise and wrong courses in which "the Earth is Round?"

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The Earth is Round… .

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Synopsis of Learning and Transfer "All new learning includes exchange. Past learning can help or impede the comprehension of new data. Viable showing underpins positive exchange by effectively distinguishing the important information and qualities that understudies convey to a learning circumstance and expanding on them" (p. 78)

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Your Learning Style Why is it essential that you comprehend your very own learning style? How does knowing this effect how you will approach learning? In what manner would you be able to discover your own learning style? VARK-http://www.vark-learn.com Multiple Intelligences-http://www.ldrc.ca/ventures/miinventory/miinventory.php Index of Learning Styles-http://engr.ncsu.edu/learningstyles/ilsweb.html

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Synopsis of Learning Style "Knowing more about yourself can help you turn out to be more viable in the classroom. Perceiving contrasts in understudies and helping them through various ways to deal with substance can help understudies take in more viably and effectively" (Harlin, 2005).

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So, in what manner would you be able to utilize this hypothesis? You let me know!

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How would you be able to utilize… . Maslow's progression of requirements and inspiration hypothesis? Learning and Transfer Theory? Information of Learning Styles?

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Remember, the best measure of powerful educating is… Effective Learning !

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