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|Title:||PSYC 222-01, Educational Psychology, Fall 2004|
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|Abstract:||The theme of this course is Learning Technologies. Over the course of the semester, you will be exposed to numerous technologies that have been designed to help students learn or to enhance some aspect of their academic performance. All course readings (other than the textbook), class assignments, and group discussions will revolve around the course theme. Students who complete the course should be able to: Understand the theoretical principles that motivate the design of a learning technology Understand the cognitive processes at work when students interact with a technology Understand students’ cognitive and developmental limitations when they use a learning technology Identify and evaluate the pedagogical actions and strategies of learning technologies Understand theories of leaning and apply these theories to learning technologies Understand principles of motivation and apply these principles to instructional technologies Understand characteristics of students and evaluate how learning technologies adapt to the needs of individual learners Recognize the limitations of learning technologies for at-risk and special populations Gauge student benefits and learning gains as a result of using a learning technology Evaluate empirically the quality of a learning technology|
|Description:||This syllabus was submitted to the Rhodes College Office of Academic Affairs by the course instructor.|
|Appears in Collections:||Psychology Department. Syllabi|
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