Reflection: Student Ownership Getting to Know You! - Section 4: Personalizing Content!

 

          I found this exercise to be particularly effective in the course of this lesson as it aided in students ability to seek out information in the presented syllabus with specific goals and interests. This also provided students with a sense of purpose in a course that they did not personally elect for themselves. Collectively, this activity helped to invest students in upcoming content and has provided me with specific instructional goals in my upcoming units. I am happy with these outcomes. 

  Student Ownership: The A-HA Moment!
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Getting to Know You!

Unit 1: Classroom & Course Orientation
Lesson 2 of 3

Objective: Students will become acclimated to the course's focus and their learning partners within the course.

Big Idea: Learning about the neuroscience classroom culture/environment!

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