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Learners in Context Module 6

In terms of social and cultural influences on learning, one idea from authors Pressley and McCormick (2007) is in regards to microethnographic research. Essentially this was a study done between children’s lives at home and at school. 357 more words

EDU 6132 Learners in Context: M6 Reflection

Principle of HOPE: H4 – Honor family/community involvement in the learning process.

Family and community are huge elements in the lives of students, and have significant impact on student learning. 639 more words


EDU 6526 "Homework and Providing Practice"

This week in EDU 6526, we focused are attentions towards homework.  In doing so, we read chapter 7, Assigning Homework and Providing Practice, of our class text, … 597 more words


A Learning Crisis: An in Depth Look at the Real Writing Crisis

Reading and Writing in the Content Areas: Bloggery Prompt #3

According to Daniels, Zemelman, and Steineke (2007), there is a writing crisis based on bias tests that don’t truly show the capacity of our students. 963 more words


The Nature of Nurturing

Every child is created with a certain biological blueprint that provides a skeleton of the man/woman he/she is to become. This skeleton is then filled in with the sociocultural elements that provide the flesh and blood. 241 more words


EDU-6132 Module 4 Reflection M4

Nature vs. nurture is a debate that seems to wage on, however, there seems to be more clarity as we learn more about individuals and their growth and development. 304 more words


Nature vs. Nurture: An Overview

The thing that makes human development so profoundly “by the book” is it’s been happening for hundreds of thousands of years—or so I suspect. Both Medin and Pressley & McCormick go into the finest details, leaving nothing to chance and supporting claims with a tidal-wave of case studies and scientific data. 242 more words