(1) Discuss: Present posters and discuss credibility activity.
(2) Create: Draw/diagram your problem solving process used to address a problem in your own work (at university or workplace); discuss.
(3) Discuss: Easley assumptions
Easley, John A. (1987). A teacher educator’s perspective on students’ and teachers’ schemes. In D. Perkins, J. Lochhead, & J. Bishop (Eds.), Thinking: The second international conference (pp. 507-527). Hillsdale, NJ: Erlbaum.
(4) Discuss: Purpose in learning: Maps
(5) Reflect: How will you approach your own learning in the future?
- Bohannan, Laura (1966, August-September). Shakespeare in the bush. Natural History. http://naturalhistorymag.com/editors_pick/1966_08-09_pick.html
- Bruce, Bertram C. (2011). What is inquiry-based learning? https://chipbruce.wordpress.com/resources/inquiry-based-learning/defining-inquiry-based-learning/
- DeJesus, Carlos, & Torrise, Michelle L. (2011, March). The greening of a food desert: Building community through community food production. Final report for the Urban Agriculture Project at Dr. Pedro Albizu Campos High School, Chicago, IL. http://www.pedroalbizucamposhs.org/urban-agriculture/final-report/.
- Easley, John A. (1987). A teacher educator’s perspective on students’ and teachers’ schemes. In D. Perkins, J. Lochhead, & J. Bishop (Eds.), Thinking: The second international conference (pp. 507-527). Hillsdale, NJ: Erlbaum.
- Furuti, Carlos A. (1997). Cartographical map projections http://www.progonos.com/furuti/MapProj/Normal/TOC/cartTOC.html
- Inquiry Cycle. https://chipbruce.wordpress.com/resources/inquiry-based-learning/the-inquiry-cycle/
- Smith, M. K. (2001). Chris Argyris: Theories of action, double-loop learning and organizational learning. The encyclopedia of informal education. http://www.infed.org/thinkers/argyris.htm
- Vygotsky, Lev. forbidden colors game http://www.cii.illinois.edu/InquiryPage/bin/u10099.html
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