CEP 800~801~822
Summer, 2003
july 02, 2003 ::: Day 10
Stuff by Day

Week 1 (Jun 19-Jun20)

Week 2 (Jun 23-Jun27)

Week 3 (Jun 30-Jul 4)

Week 4 (Jul 7-Jul 11)

Week 5 (Jul 14-Jul 18)

Course Documents

We're 50% done with the class!!!

On the Agenda:

  • Readings
  • Situative Overview
  • Showing Movies
  • The internet debate


Discuss Readings

Some questions/issues to consider while discussing the readings:

Consider reform changes that have been mandated upon you in your practice (this applies to all levels Pre-College)

How have these reforms impacted your practice?

Which reforms were more/less successful?  Why?

 How did your experiences align/not align with those described in the article?

Reflect on the following two lists/sections on pages 25-29 of the article:  Responses From The Education Community and Responses From The Policy Community. 

Choose 2 points/issues from each list to examine.

In your examination provide pro or con arguments for the importance/relevance of the items you chose.


Situative Overview

Sharman will present an overview of the situative perspective.


Present Debate Results

Each group will convince they are right about their debate item.




Movie Time ....

Each group can present their familiar/unfamiliar movie.





Schunk, D. (2000). Chapter 6: Development and learning. In Learning theories: An educational perspective (pp. 221-226, 232-247). Upper Saddle River, N.J.: Merrill

Ormrod, J.E. (2000). Educational Psychology: Developing Learners (pp. 56-58). Upper Saddle River, N.J.: Merrill.

Abbeduto, L. (2002). Taking sides: Clashing views on controversial issues in Educational Psychology. Issue 10: Can Howard Gardner’s Theory of Multiple Intelligences Transform Educational Practice?


First draft of entire Tech Matrix due on Monday.

Continue working on group sites, and individual websites.

Start thinking about what kids (relatives, neighbors, own children) you might be able to interview.

Enjoy the 4 day weekend.

© 2003, Matthew J. Koehler (thanks to Punya for his work in designing this course)