Instructor: Larry Napoleon
Monday, June 04, 2018 - Monday, July 09, 2018
Course completion July 15, 2018
Instruction Mode: Internet-Asynchronous (Online Class)
Academic Level: K-12 Professional Development
NDSU Credit Fee: $375 + textbook
Principles of effective human learning. Discussion of learning theories, the teacher as a director of learning experiences, and factors influencing students representing a variety of cultures and abilities in the educational setting.
The students will…
- Identify the major principles of behavorial, cognitive, and social theories of learning.
- Apply the principles of these major learning theories to classroom teaching.
- Apply the principles of these major learning theories to special needs populations.
- Identify and apply theories of human development.
- Explore the role of educational psychology and classroom research in teaching.
- Apply learning theories to planning, motivation, management, and evaluation.
- Identify the relationships among the major theoretical bases for classroom practice.
- Compare current classroom practice with reports of research findings.
- Consider the connections among theory, research, classroom planning, interaction, and evaluation.
- Generate and test hypothesis about classroom learning.
"The instructor was very helpful in any questions I had and was very understanding. The course helped with learning to navigate the system."
"Good information, very informative."
Byrnes, James P. (2008). Cognitive Development and Learning: In Instructional Contexts. Pearson Education, ISBN-13: 978-0-205-50771-9
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About The Instructor
Dr. Larry Napoleon earned his Ph.D. in Education from Pennsylvania State University, specializing in Curriculum & Instruction. His M.A. in Education was awarded from Xavier University. Dr. Larry Napoleon is currently an Assistant Professor at the North Dakota State University School of Education where he teaches undergraduate and graduate level education courses, develops professional development coursework for K-12 teachers, supervises student teachers, and engages in scholarly research, writing, and conference presentations. Larry was a special education teacher for 5 years. He was previously a graduate assistant and instructor for the Pennsylvania State University Department of Curriculum & Instruction.
Cost doesn't include textbook.