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    • Teacher, leave them kids alone!Ulster County Community CollegeAugust 25, 2010
      Bill Pelz
      Professor of Psychology
      Herkimer County Community College
    • The History Of Education: 1800 to Present
    • Agenda!
      The P -> A -> H Continuum
      Learner Choices
      Constructivist Design Strategies
      Authentic Assessment
    • P -> A -> H
      Pedagogy
      Andragogy
      Heutagogy
      Technoheutagogy
    • Learner decisions that impact their learning path:
      What discipline to major in
      What elective courses to take
      What topics to research for written assignments
      What issues to focus on in discussions
      What grades to strive for
      Many of these decisions are influenced by others (parents, peers, advisors etc.)
    • An Additional Learner Choice:The Learning Environment
      Traditional Classroom
      Web-Enhanced Classroom
      Hybrid / Blended
      Hyflex
      Online
    • Social Constructivism
      Adults learn and remember best that which they can write, talk, and think about clearly and in their own words,
      Are encouraged to debate openly with others,
      and which they discover has personal relevance to their life.
    • Constructivist Philosophy
      Since it’s the students who need to learn – they, not the instructor, should be doing most of the work.
      To Teach is to Learn!
      Learning is social and contextual - active and engaging.
    • The Constructivist Discussion Forum!
      Learner-Led Roundtable Discussions
      Each learner asks a content-relevant question on a topic they are particularly interested in
      Learners facilitate (and police) the ensuing discussion generated by their question
      The instructor is the guide – reinforcing high quality posts and providing corrective feedback for low quality posts.
    • Engage or Enrage!
      Rules of engagement:
      Post timing:
      Initial post (the discussion question) within 48 hours
      Subsequent posts spread out throughout the forum duration
      Post quality (post title and post message):
      Self evaluation / peer evaluation / instructor evaluation
      Simple rubric / Two Cardinal Rules
      Quantity of posts:
      Discussion Forum Grading Scale
      Frequent (daily) grading and early feedback
    • Authentic Adult Assessment
      Grade the daily work…
      Discussion forum grades represent content mastery
      Written assignment grades represent content mastery
      Use episodic assessment sparingly…
      Online objective exam grades represent access to resource skills!
      Reflective Blogging represents knowledge acquisition and application
    • Thank You!