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- Read all of these articles and provide at least 5 wiki contributions on topics of your choice pertaning to the readings. At least 3 should be from "How People Learn" (Bibliography and Full Text)
Notes & Links - Used in Lecture & Discussion
- Norm's links discussions will focus on Issues related to practical implications of "How People Learn"
National Research Council. (2000). How People Learn: Brain, Mind, Experience, and School: Expanded Edition. Committee on Developments in the Science of Learning with additional material from the Committee on Learning Research and Educational Practice, National Research Council. read online | wiki contributions
Paris, Scott G. & L. Idol. (1990). How Metacognition Can Promote Academic Learning and Instrution. Chapter 1 in Dimensions of Thinking and Cognitive Instruction. (B. Jones & L. Idol, eds.) Lawrence Earlbaum Associates. read pages 15-25 online | wiki contributions
Herr, Norman (2008). Developing Scientific Reasoning Skills. Chapter 6 of The Sourcebook for Teaching Science - Strategies, Activities and Instructional Resources. San Francisco: John Wiley. read online | wiki contributions
Herr, Norman (2008). Thinking Critically and Resolving Misconceptions. Chapter 7 of The Sourcebook for Teaching Science - Strategies, Activities and Instructional Resources. San Francisco: John Wiley. read online | wiki contributions.
Shapiro, Irwin et.al. (1996). Private Universe. Harvard-Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics, Science Education Department, Science Media Group. View the video online.
How People Learn - Discussion
How People Learn - Dr. Herr's Resources
How People Learn - Class Wiki