Read the following to prepare for Module 4:
Chick, N. (n.d.). Metacognition: Thinking about one’s thinking. Nashville, TN: Vanderbilt University Center for Teaching.
Choudhury, S., Blakemore, S. J., & Charman, T. (2006). Social cognitive development during adolescence. Social Cognitive and Affective Neuroscience, 1(3), 165–174.
Nadworny, E. (2018). Why teens should understand their own brains (and why their teachers should, too). NPR.
Tarrant Institute. (2015). Z is for generation z.
What Kids Can Do, Inc. (2013). The teenage brain: Research Highlights.
Annenberg Foundation. (2018). Lesson plans.
Select two lesson plans from: http://learner.org/resources/lessonplanbrowse.html
- Describe the lessons and why you chose them.
- Identify the application of specific learning theories and/or styles for each lesson.
- Include your own experience and cite at least one source (from our assigned readings or something you found on your own).