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  1. page On Motivation... edited ... An article that describes two novel technologies: digitized oral feedback on written work, and…
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    An article that describes two novel technologies: digitized oral feedback on written work, and the Turning Point classroom active response system, both of which were used successfully in an undergraduate educational psychology course.
    (Submitted by Brian Harper, Harper Aug 24, 2010)
    Teaching about The Underlying Metaphors of Learning Theory
    This book helps undergraduates to develop a better understanding of learning by explaining the key metaphors underlying learning theory (for example, "the mind as computer," "the mind as ecosystem," or "the mind as cultural tool"). It is written in an accessible style and makes a good supplement to other books, and/or comprehensive texts, when teaching about educational psychology.
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  2. page Motivation edited ... Motivating Students -- The MUSIC Model This link is a web page by Brett Jones, Ph. D. present…
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    Motivating Students -- The MUSIC Model
    This link is a web page by Brett Jones, Ph. D. presenting the MUSIC model on academic motivation, and will provide rich information for teachers who would like to learn how to motivate their students.
    **UsingUsing Calvin and
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    To Understanding Motivation**Motivation
    Calvin, from the long-running comic strip "Calvin & Hobbs," faces a number of motivation problems. The link above takes you to a set of learning materials that guides undergraduates in solving some of Calvin's motivation problems. Details of the project are all available on the wiki site linked above, although students' work has been kept confidential. For more information, contact its creator, Dr. Kevin Pugh at the University of Northern Colorado.
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  3. page Motivation edited ... Motivating Students -- The MUSIC Model This link is a web page by Brett Jones, Ph. D. present…
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    Motivating Students -- The MUSIC Model
    This link is a web page by Brett Jones, Ph. D. presenting the MUSIC model on academic motivation, and will provide rich information for teachers who would like to learn how to motivate their students.
    **Using Calvin and Hobbes To Understanding Motivation**
    Calvin, from the long-running comic strip "Calvin & Hobbs," faces a number of motivation problems. The link above takes you to a set of learning materials that guides undergraduates in solving some of Calvin's motivation problems. Details of the project are all available on the wiki site linked above, although students' work has been kept confidential. For more information, contact its creator, Dr. Kevin Pugh at the University of Northern Colorado.
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  1. page Theories of learning edited On this page are materials and links related to broad theories of learning, with a slant toward cla…
    On this page are materials and links related to broad theories of learning, with a slant toward classroom learning issues. It also contains links to conceptual models that are too focused to be considered "theories," but that are related to specific aspects of learning. {300px-Skinner_box.png}
    Go back to Specific topics of ed psych or to the home page.
    Hot Topic - Behaviorist Theory
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    on behalf of Katie Lolis and Danielle Goring, Marist College

    Concept Map of Learning Theories and Applications {learn_theory_map.pdf}
    Click on the link above, or on the button below, to see a concept map relating aspects of several learning theories to each other and to their applications. The file is in PDF format, so it is not easy to modify it, but even so it may be helpful.
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