Make a connection between learning theory and your action research. How will (or can) your AR be guided by the theories we have studied in this class? Make specific connections, where you can.
Ok, the SL project is off (unless you really wanted to do it - then go ahead)
Here is the alternate:
1. Choose something that people learn how to do. Could be anything, from baking a cake to snow skiing. Something you know how to do, to something you know little about.
2. Create a lesson or lesson plan for learning to do the thing from #1 that represents how your theorist would teach someone to do it.
3. You will be graded on the following:
- How well does it reflect the theory?
- How creative is it?
- How cool is it?
- Does it represent your best effort for a class at this level, given the number of days you have to invest?
I will answer the first set of questions on the Moodle by this weekend, but I wanted to reflect on my AR and Learning Theory first. Definitly have some ideas of how to respond to the question. (Individual learning vs. social) Why people don't collaborate at work. Vygotsky? Piaget? not only on the 'kids' development sense...but for adults too.
As for the Final Project, the SL looked 'easier' to do, (harder to code) now Let me think first of what I can do now...I might still do the SL object....
To be continued...