The five bachelor's-level concentrations offered by the department are marketing education, technology education, training specialist, fashion merchandising, and industrial technology. At the graduate level, the department offers the Master of Science degree with concentrations in community college teaching occupational and technicalbusiness and industry training, and career and technical education teaching; the Master of Science in Education degree with majors in instructional design and technology, mathematics education and science education; a concentration within the Education Specialist in educational leadership; and the Ph. The department provides a simulation-based instruction concentration in the Master of Science in Engineering modeling and simulation degree program. Bachelor of Science - Occupational and Technical Studies Admission Students applying for admission to the marketing education and technology education teacher licensure programs must satisfy the Virginia Board of Education Required Assessment for admission to an approved teacher education program.
Three Types of Instructional Activities Constructivism — Learning and Teaching This page begins by emphasizing that active learning occurs "whenever experiences stimulate mental activities that lead to meaningful learning," and this cognitive activity does not require physical activity.
Section 2B assumes a cognitive constructivist view of learning-and-teaching: What are the educational implications of constructivist learning theories? What kinds of teaching strategies-and-activities are consistent with constructivism?
Here are simple responses, by Richard Mayerfor two key questions: What is constructivist learning? What is constructivist teaching?
Logically, when constructivist learning occurs during any instruction that "promotes appropriate cognitive processing," this is constructivist teaching. Learning from Others — in Explanation-Based Instruction Most of what I know in ideas about math, science, history, philosophy, education, And even though most of my skills in athletics, social situations, labs, at work, Does this match your own experiences, for the ways you have learned most of your ideas and skills?
Constructivist Learning — it's more than just Discovery Learning A common claim about constructivist teaching is that according to theories of constructivist learning people construct their own knowledge, so teachers should let students construct their own knowledge by discovering it for themselves, without any explanation from a teacher or textbook.
But discovery learning is only one type of constructivist learning. We actively construct our own knowledge in a wide variety of situations, including meaningful reception learning which also is constructivist learning.
How People Learn page 11 agrees: This perspective confuses a theory of pedagogy teaching with a theory of knowing. Constructivists assume that all knowledge is constructed from previous knowledge, irrespective of how one is taught e.
For example, think about your own recent experiences in learning. Have you learned anything from reading this page, or the pages it links to? Even though the authors myself and others have tried to explain ideas clearly, any learning that occurs depends on you, when you invest time and effort in reading and thinking.
You have been mentally active, by trying to understand and organize the ideas you've read, along with your own ideas that were stimulated by your use of critical thinking while you've been reading, and during all of this you combine your new knowledge with your previous knowledge.
Your process of learning is an example of cognitively active reception learning aka direct learning that can be meaningful and effective, enjoyable and time-efficient.4 CHAPTER 1 What Is the Reading/Writing Connection?
of a book (except for The Two Towers), I always turn back and read the ﬁ rst paragraph again in an effort to fully understand the journey I have just ﬁ nished. —Tim As an avid reader, Tim enters the text world and assumes the role of coconstructor as he. 2 UNCG Undergraduate Bulletin 4 Notices Equality of Educational Opportunity The University of North Carolina at Greensboro is com-mitted to equality of educational opportunity and does not.
The Journal of Writing Research is an open access journal that publishes high quality papers covering the broad spectrum of writing research. Bachelor of Science - Occupational and Technical Studies Admission.
Students applying for admission to the marketing education and technology education teacher licensure programs must satisfy the Virginia Board of Education Required Assessment for admission to an approved teacher education program.
Journal of Instructional Pedagogies Supporting the development, page 4 ROLE OF WRITING IN THE ACADEMY Writing is largely considered as a multifunctional tool in higher education teaching.
Journal of Instructional Pedagogies Let’s talk about writing, page 2 INTRODUCTION Teaching research writing at graduate level can be challenging.