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Case Study 2- Immediate Feedback

Posted by jennyhadfield154 on April 22, 2010


immediate feedback: the theory that students will perform better and more efficiently when given immediate feedback.

Jennifer Hadfield psu69b

Rachel Jackson psu690

Caroline Hobart sou66c

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case study one- the generation effect

Posted by jennyhadfield154 on April 22, 2010


the generation effect: the theory that the implementation of SAQ’s and fill in the blank questions will produce a higher level of learning.

Jennifer Hadfield psu69b

Rachel Jackson psu690

Caroline Hobart sou66c

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Case Study 2 – Cooperative Learning in Small Groups

Posted by psu641 on March 17, 2010



This video recommends the extensive use of cooperative learning in small group activities as a teaching method in a higher education setting.

Hannah Simpson – psu72b
Marian Andrei Stanciu – psu641
Panagiotis Fokas – psu634

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Case Study 2 – Maintaining Attention in Lectures

Posted by sarahrobb on March 15, 2010


Simon Docking – psu740

Daniel Savva – psu744

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Case Study 2 – Student Interest…

Posted by mjwhite1989 on March 15, 2010


This little video (the music doesn’t really match, but it is quite pretty…) presents the suggestion that students need to be interested in a teaching method for it to work.

Amy Pratt – psu64a

Michael White – psu6c5

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Primacy and Recency Effect (case study 2)

Posted by aphro16 on March 15, 2010


The video suggests how the primacy and recency effect can be applied in an educational setting.

Janine Rowe: psua62

Alexandros Papagiannis: psu745

Aphrodite Evangelou: psu754

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The self- referencing effect

Posted by nadineaneesa on March 15, 2010


How relating information to yourself can help you to learn better.

by psu731

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Case Study 2

Posted by sarahrobb on March 15, 2010


Sarah Robb PSU623

Emma Horsfall PSU67C

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Learning by Association

Posted by lisafoden on March 15, 2010


Case Study 1
Lisa Foden PSU68d
Hannah Edwards PSU65b
Naomi Heathcote PSU67e
Roisin D’Burca

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Case Study Two: Law of Effect/Law of Readiness

Posted by beckyheathbangor on March 14, 2010


This video shows how the law of effect and the law of readiness can be applied in an educational setting to maximize learning.

Katherine Lumley: PSU60F

Rebecca Heath: PSU626

Laura Burizo: PSU60C

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