ED 200 Quiz Número Uno (Hiver 2020)
This question combines what we have discussed regarding education, understanding, learning, memory, curriculum, teaching, and neuronal cell assemblies.
To show you understand the following, please provide, in outline form, your argument (reasons) to answer the following statement.
1. Good teaching takes more than passion. It also takes content knowledge and pedagogical knowledge.
Speak to this question in terms of the development of neuronal cell assemblies. (When you answer this, think in terms of what the teacher is trying to achieve—that is, to help the student understand).
Strengthen your argument by incorporating what you know about using real life images in multiple contexts, Problem-Based Learning, Project-Based Learning, or Essentialism.
Also, use a series of hand drawn images of neuronal cell assemblies to help explain your answers. If you number your images, you can refer to the images in your outline.
Your answers must be typed.
Your drawings must be neat and professional.
Your papers must be stapled together.
Your purpose is to show your understanding of the way neuronal cell assemblies can inform our understanding of the importance of content knowledge and pedagogy in education.
I am your intended audience. My expectations are high.
Your thesis: Good teaching takes more than passion. It also takes content knowledge and pedagogical knowledge.
Use either an alpha-numeric outline or a decimal outline.
Reference your diagrams in your outline. For example: Please see diagram 5
You might find this helpful: https://www.wikihow.com/Write-an-Outline
Please submit to me at the beginning of our next class meeting.