Artifact Case Studies: Interpreting Children's Work and Teachers' Classroom Strategies / Edition 1

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Overview

This book presents psychological concepts and principles related to learning, motivation, development, instruction, and assessment. The case studies or artifact cases within this book offer work samples and instructional materials that cover a broad range of topics, including: literacy, mathematics, science, social studies, and art. For teachers, counselors, and academic analysts of early childhood and grade school students.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780131146716
  • Publisher: Pearson
  • Publication date: 12/4/2003
  • Series: Merrill Education Student Enrichment Ser.
  • Edition description: New Edition
  • Edition number: 1
  • Pages: 96
  • Product dimensions: 8.30 (w) x 10.70 (h) x 0.50 (d)

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I have written this book to serve as a companion to textbooks in educational psychology, child development, and similar disciplines. More specifically, I've written it to help students in teacher education and other professional programs apply psychological concepts and principles related to learning, motivation, development, instruction, and assessment. To assist instructors who are using the book for the first time, I've written an accompanying Instructor's Manual that can be obtained by calling Faculty Support at 1-800-526-0485 or by requesting a copy from your local Prentice Hall representative.

All of the artifacts included here have come from preschool, elementary school, middle school, and high school classrooms, and I am most appreciative of the students, educators, and parents who have graciously allowed me to use their work. In particular, I wish to thank the Belcher family, Don Burger, Chris Cairns, the Davis family, Barbara Dee, the Gass family, Darrell Harris, Rita Hocog Inos, Don Lafferty, Teresa McDevitt, Meghan Milligan, Jay Pawlyk, Julie Peters, Ann Reilly, the Rourke family, the Sheehan family, Ann Shump, Helen Snelson, Drew Spencer, Jennifer Taylor, Grace Tober, Sally Tossey, Kris Wright, and Geoff Wuehrmann.

I am always eager for feedback from instructors and students; it is only by getting such feedback that I can continue to improve my work. Please feel free to send your comments to me at jormrod@alumni.brown.edu.

J.E.O.

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Table of Contents

Preschool

Artifact 1: Penguins

Artifact 2: Goggle Glasses

Early Elementary Grades (K-2)

Artifact 3: Numbers

Artifact 4: Book Report

Artifact 5: Interview with Maggie

Artifact 6: Homework

Artifact 7: Wonders of Weather

Artifact 8: Magical Sea Monsters

Upper Elementary Grades (3-5)

Artifact 9: Perspectives

Artifact 10: Self-Reflection #1

Artifact 11: Snow

Artifact 12: Watercolor Rubric

Artifact 13: Spelling Test

Artifact 14: New Year’s Resolutions

Artifact 15: A Really Bad Day

Middle School Grades (6-8)

Artifact 16: Self-Reflection #2

Artifact 17: Trees

Artifact 18: Friends

Artifact 19: Clifford’s Tower

Artifact 20: Taking Notes

Artifact 21: Math Quiz

Artifact 22: Variables

Artifact 23: Holocaust Museum

High School Grades (9-12)

Artifact 24: The Three A’s

Artifact 25: Dark Magic

Artifact 26: The Boy Code

Artifact 27: Shadowing

Artifact 28: The War of 1812

Artifact 29: Dropping Out

Artifact 30: Common Standards

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Preface

I have written this book to serve as a companion to textbooks in educational psychology, child development, and similar disciplines. More specifically, I've written it to help students in teacher education and other professional programs apply psychological concepts and principles related to learning, motivation, development, instruction, and assessment. To assist instructors who are using the book for the first time, I've written an accompanying Instructor's Manual that can be obtained by calling Faculty Support at 1-800-526-0485 or by requesting a copy from your local Prentice Hall representative.

All of the artifacts included here have come from preschool, elementary school, middle school, and high school classrooms, and I am most appreciative of the students, educators, and parents who have graciously allowed me to use their work. In particular, I wish to thank the Belcher family, Don Burger, Chris Cairns, the Davis family, Barbara Dee, the Gass family, Darrell Harris, Rita Hocog Inos, Don Lafferty, Teresa McDevitt, Meghan Milligan, Jay Pawlyk, Julie Peters, Ann Reilly, the Rourke family, the Sheehan family, Ann Shump, Helen Snelson, Drew Spencer, Jennifer Taylor, Grace Tober, Sally Tossey, Kris Wright, and Geoff Wuehrmann.

I am always eager for feedback from instructors and students; it is only by getting such feedback that I can continue to improve my work. Please feel free to send your comments to me at jormrod@alumni.brown.edu.

J.E.O.

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