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Learners in Context Post-Course Meta-Reflection

[1] The Learners in Context course focused on two principals of HOPE, E1 — Exemplify professionally-informed, growth-centered practice and H1 — Honor student diversity and development. 673 more words

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Self-Organized Learning for Students and Educators

A Final Look at “Beyond the Hole in the Wall: Discover the Power of Self-Organized Learning”

From his years of research, Mitra (2012) gathered data on Self-Organized learning and presented it clearly in his novel. 283 more words

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M6 Reflection: Social and Cultural Influences

H1 – “To demonstrate a positive impact on student learning, teacher candidates honor student diversity and development.” (Seattle Pacific University). This standard implies that each student has a unique set of personal and developmental differences where teachers can use recent and relevant research to positively impact student learning. 349 more words

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Beyond the Hole in the Wall

Beyond The Hole In The Wall
Sugata Mitra’s (2012) short read is focused on “Discovering the Power of Self-Organized Learning.” Upon reading this piece on my iPad through the Kindle app, I stopped after a few chapters to reflect. 316 more words

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M4 Reflection: Cognitive Development to Assist Student Learning

H1 – Honor student diversity and development. To me, this standard means that teachers should be studying current and relevant research articles which pertain to educational development and work to apply the findings within the classroom. 386 more words

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Pre-Course Student Development Reflection

Psychologists provide some insight to understand the development of humans. Educators can take advantage of psychological research by analyzing how human development impacts student’s learning. Through my undergraduate psychology courses I have learned about several developmental influences on students and humans in general. 560 more words

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