Purdue EDPS 53000 - Syllabus (10 pages)

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School:
Purdue University
Course:
Edps 53000 - Advanced Educational Psychology

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Educational Psychology EDPS 530 Advanced Educational Psychology Fall 2008 Helen Patrick Ph D Office Room 5122 Beering Hall Office phone 765 496 2368 E mail hpatrick purdue edu Fax 765 496 1228 Office hours by arrangement Class meeting time place Wednesday 4 30 7 20 p m Room B260 Beering Hall Course Description This course will provide a broad overview of theories and research within educational psychology encompassing cognitive development learning instruction and educational assessment Required Readings 1 National Research Council 2000 How people learn Brain mind experience and school Expanded edition National Academies Press 2 Articles in PDF format that supplement and extend the text will be available on Vista Blackboard http www itap purdue edu tlt blackboard index cfm Note The readings reflect that this is an advanced graduate course Students who wish to refresh their background in educational psychology are invited and encouraged to borrow undergraduate level educational psychology materials from me Format of Course The format of this class will be varied and will include brief lectures whole class and smallgroup discussions student presentations and videos Students readiness to participate in scholarly discussions is assumed including coming to class having read all assigned readings Discussion will center around the readings and educational implications and related issues Course Requirements 1 Three reflection papers 25 of final grade 2 Presentation 10 of final grade 3 Final integrative paper 35 of final grade 4 Class participation 30 of final grade Active involvement in class is an important part of the learning process It is assumed that all students will be actively involved in their learning and exploration of issues in this class Absences will adversely affect the participation grade Written Papers It is expected that students writing skills will reflect exemplary scholarship Assignments are graded for grammar spelling punctuation capitalization and



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