1. Discuss the role educational psychology plays in our understanding of education, teaching, and learning (Mod 2: SLP).
2. Recognize alternative interests and perspectives of education and learning (Mod 1: Case & TD).
3. Describe the extent and manner in which education is thought to have its roots in ancient Greek civilization (Mod 2: Case ).
4. Recognize the philosophical nature of knowledge (Mod 2: SLP & TD).
5. Explain the relationship between (a) how knowledge is perceived and (b) teaching and learning (Mod 2: SLP),
6. Distinguish between cognitive, humanistic and behaviorist schools of thought – in terms of how learning occurs (Mod 3: Case and SLP),
7. Identify the pedagogical influences of 2 or more prominent scholars (Mod 3: Case)
8. Express your own personal teaching philosophy (Mod 3: TD),
9. Discuss the philosophical underpinnings of constructivism (Mod 4: SLP & TD),
10. Compare and contrast cognitive constructivism and social constructivism (Mod 4: Case),
11. Describe constructivist-based teaching strategies along a spectrum spanning from conservative to radical (Mod 4: Case & TD),
12. Compare and contrast student assessment strategies across several pedagogical orientations / paradigms (Mod 5:SLP),
13. Describe the extent and manner in which authentic assessment strategies complement the goals of constructivism (Mod 5: SLP & TD),
14. Appreciate and respect diversity within educational setting (Mod 2 – 5: TD),
15. Critically reflect on the attitudes, beliefs and insights toward teaching and learning (Mod 1 – 5: TD).FOR MORE INFORMATION ON THIS TOPIC GO TO