Monthly Archives: March 2012

Social Learning

Below you will find the link to my VoiceThread https://voicethread.com/share/2908162/ This was an interesting activity for me, because I spent a large amount of time trying to overthink it.  A VoiceThread is something completely new to me, so I felt … Continue reading

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Constructivism in Practice

Just as our resources pointed out this week, students learn best by showing what they know.  This form of doing is a project based learning.  As a third grade teacher, I enjoy providing my students with performance task and projects … Continue reading

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Cognitivism in Practice

This week’s learning resources focused on cognitive learning.  This is basically teaching students how they best learn information.  Cognitive learning theory requires the use of as many senses as possible in an attempt to better retain information.  This theory makes … Continue reading

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Behaviorism in Practice

Reinforcing Effort and Homework and Practice This week’s learning resources focused a great deal on reinforcing positive behaviors.  This has proven to be very helpful in my classroom.  Although I already felt positive reinforcement greatly impacted my class in a … Continue reading

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