EDUC P250 Calendar S2019
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WeekDateDayUnitReadings (to be read before class)TopicNotes
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11/711 - SetupThe SyllabusLearning Theory: An Introduction
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1/92Marshik (2015) - 18 minute TED TalkBergland (2017)Miconceptions about Learning; Classroom Policies Content Check #1 due Sunday night; this always refers to the upcoming Sunday (in this case, 1/13) at 11:59 pm
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21/143Papert (1980)Taylor (2018) WITH reading guideLearning Histories
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1/1642 - Cognitive ApproachesFirst, watch 2 minutes of this crash course video to prep you for the hard-ish reading ahead (From 2:54-4:56)National Academies of Science, Engineering, and Mathematics (2018) (Chapter 4) WITH reading guide Learning and CognitionContent Check #2 AND Personal Learning Profile due Sunday night (1/20) at 11:59 pm
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31/21OPTIONAL: Read MLK's Writing on the Role of Education
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1/235Schwartz, Tsang, & Blair (2016) - E is for ElaborationLearning and EncodingContent Check #3 AND Portfolio Context Prospectus due Sunday Night (1/27) at 11:59 pm
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41/286Schwartz, Tsang, & Blair (2016) - G is for GenerationLearning and Retrieval
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1/307Dweck (TED Talk) Schwartz, Tsang, & Blair (2016) - Y is for Yes I Can (Just read the "Risks" section, page 325-326) Learning and MindsetsContent Check #4
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52/48Aubrey & Riley (2019) -- pp. 40-43 (note: skip the first four paragraphs on page 41 [restart when you see "As a genetic..."]). Rose (2012)Learning and Schema
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2/69No Reading!Design Critique: CognitionContent Check #5
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62/11103 - Sociocultural ApproachesVygotsky (1978) - pp. 84-88. Come to class ready to answer: what is the Zone of Proximal Development? Learning in Social and Cultural Contexts
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2/1311Brown, Collins, & Duguid (1989) - pp. 32-36 WITH reading guideSituated LearningContent Check #6 AND Cognitive Approaches Application Paper due Sunday night (2/17) at 11:59 pm
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72/1812Nasir & Cooks (2009) WITH reading guideLearning in the "Wild"
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2/2013Brown, Collins, & Duguid (1989) - pp. 37-40 WITH reading guide Learning Through Cognitive ApprenticeshipContent Check #7
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82/2514Peppler & Bender (2013)Peppler, Keune, & Whiting (2018)Learning and Making (Exemplar)Class in the MILL (Room 2260)
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2/2715Danish & Gresalfi (2018) - pp. 34-37 (stop when you see "However, the two perspectives can come together in the same work. For example, a project by Enyedy and colleagues...") Ebbers (2017) - pp. 709-710 (start when you see "Development of Situated Learning Model" and stop when you see "Influence of Situated Learning")Review: Sociocultural TheoriesContent Check #8; Note that today is the last day you can submit a sociocultural reading response.
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93/416No Reading!Design Critique: Sociocultual Theories
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3/617Popham (2005)Straus (2015)Learning and Assessment: Cognitive v. Sociocultural TheoriesContent Check #9 AND Sociocultural Approaches Application Paper Due Sunday Night (3/10) at 11:59 pm; 3/10 is Auto W Day
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103/11Spring Break - Live a little!
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113/18184 - Equity-Oriented Approaches UNICEF (1989) - Preamble, Article 1, Article 23, Article 28-30 AND Vossoughi (2015) WITH Reading Guide (Day 1 - Equity Approaches Reading Guide) Learning and Educational Dignity
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3/2019Paris (2012) - pp. 93 - 94 (stop when you see "This very brief description") WITH Reading Guide (Paris Reading Guide)Learning and Deficit, Difference, or Resource approachesContent Check #10
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123/2520Conversation with Claude Steele on stereotype threat (8 minutes)Brundin (2018)Learning and IdentityCome to class thinking about the question: WHAT IS THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN IDENTITY AND LEARNING?
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3/2721Gutiérrez & Rogoff (2003) - pp. 19-21 (stop when you see "Toward a Cultural-Historical Way to Describe Cultural Regularities") WITH Reading Guide Learning and CultureContent Check #11
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134/122Thurber & Bandy (2018) - Read the section "Framing Access" and the section "Strategies for Creating Accessible Learning Environments" (including all 5 subsections)Centre for Excellence in Universal Design (nd) - Look at these pretty pictures and words, it will take you literally 5 minutes. Come to class prepared to answer the questions: when is a space accessible? what are barriers to participation in a space?Learning and Dis/ability
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4/323Vossoughi & Gutierrez (2017) - pp. 140 - 145 Critical Learning Content Check #12
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144/824No Reading! Design Critique: Equity Approaches
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4/10255 - Student Choice McDermott (1997) - pp. 124 - 128 (start when you see "Stages in the Explanation of School Failure, 1960-1997; stop when you see "These descriptions circumscribe the activities...") Student Choice: Schools and School FailureContent Check #13 due Sunday Night; NOTE: Equity Paper due Friday Night (4/12) at 11:59 pm; I know this is off schedule but I need the extra grading days
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154/1526Gresalfi (2018)Georgen, Danish, Uttamchandani, Craig, & Lane (2019)Student Choice: Games and Learning
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4/1727Uttamchandani (under review)Student Choice: Learning FuturesContent Check #14
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164/22286 - ClosingsRead the final portfolio prompt. Bring your old papers with feedback to class (either on a laptop or printed out) so that we can do some workshopping with them. Portfolio Sharing & Workshopping
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4/2429Read "Why We Must Stop Relying on Student Ratings of Teaching" by Michelle Falkoff ReflectionContent Check #15
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17Final Portfolio Due - Friday, May 3, at 12:15 pm
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