Educational Psychology - Three Tier Project

Introduction

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Welcome: Educational Psychology

Description: For this lesson, you will learn about ten different educational psychologist.

Grade Level: college/adult

Curriculum: professional skills

Author: Allyson Ingram

 

Welcome to my class! Get ready to learn!

Task

You will be creating a PowerPoint that contains information about ten different educational psychologist. This assignment is called the Three Tier Project. There is a step-by-step of list instructions located under the process tap. There is also a rubric located under the evaluation tap. 

Process
  1. Create a PowerPoint
  2. The introduction slide should contain the title of the assignment and your name.
  3. There should be two slides per educational psychologist.
  4. The first slide should contain a photo of the person, their name, their method of psychology, and three things they believe in.
  5. In the second slide, explain how you could implement this type of psychology in the classroom.
  6. Each slide should contain a citation at the bottom of the slide.
  7. Repeat steps four, five and six with the ten educational psychology that you have chosen.
  8. For the conclusion slide, copy and paste all of your citations on to this page.

Here is a link to an example project:

https://ututm-my.sharepoint.com/:p:/g/personal/allmingr_ut_utm_edu/EUrD…

 

 

 

Evaluation

Three Tiers of Education Scoring Rubric (100 points maximum)  

  

  

  

Exceeds Expectations (18-20 points) 

  

  

Meets Expectations (14-17 points) 

  

Needs Improvement (0-13 points) 

Project Requirements 

  • 10 Psychologists are selected. 

  • Each theory is explained in concise detail. 

  • Educational implications represent a direct correlation between the theory and classroom learning or activities. 

  • 10 different examples are included in the presentation. 

  • References to scholarly research are present throughout the presentation and are cited correctly. 

  • 10 Psychologists are selected. 

  • Each theory is summarized but is not explained in concise detail. 

  • 10 educational implications are discussed but only 9 represent a direct correlation between the theory and classroom learning or activities. 

  • At least 9 different examples are included in the presentation. 

  • References to scholarly research are present throughout the presentation with only one or two errors.  

  • Less than 10 Psychologists are selected. OR 

  • Less than 10 theories are summarized. OR 

  • Less than 10 educational implications are discussed. OR 

  • Less than 9 educational implications represent a direct correlation between the theory and classroom learning or activities. OR 

  • Less than 9 different examples are included in the presentation. OR 

  • References to scholarly research are not present throughout the presentation. OR  

  • References throughout the presentation have more than two errors. 

Knowledge 

  • Students exhibits extensive knowledge of each psychologist. 

  • All classroom applications demonstrate a clear understanding of all theories. 

  • Students describes ten theories but only nine display solid content knowledge. 

  • All classroom applications are listed but only nine demonstrate a clear understanding of the theories of each psychologist. 

  • Students describe less than ten theories. OR 

  • Less than nine theories display solid content knowledge. OR 

  • Less than ten classroom applications are listed. OR 

  • Less than nine classroom applications listed demonstrate a clear understanding of the theories of each psychologist. 

Preparation, Organization, and Communication 

  

  • Research clearly supports the presentation content provided through citations and references 

  • The presentation is expertly written and explanations are detailed, concise, and reflect research-based practices. 

  • The student effectively models written communication. 

  • There are smooth transitions and a logical sequence to the content presented. 

  • Research supports the presentation content but one or two strategies are not cited 

  • The presentation is well-written and provides clear explanations. 

  • The student provides adequate written communication. 

  • There is a logical sequence to the content presented. 

  • Research does not support the presentation content OR more than two strategies are not cited 

  • More detail and explanation is needed for the presentation. OR 

  • The student does not provide adequate written communication (i.e. has multiple grammar mistakes, has run-on sentences or confusing information …). OR 

  • The sequence of content presentation is not easily understood. 

Presentation  

  • The reader is consistently engaged.  

  • The presentation represents exceptional quality with no errors. 

  • All slides are easy to read (minimum number of long sentences, bulleted lists, easy to read font, etc.). 

  • Visual aids add to the presentation. 

  • Technology is fully utilized. 

  • Research supports all content 

  • The reader is engaged in the majority of the presentation. 

  • The presentation is well-written but contains one error. 

  • The majority of slides are easy to read, but one slide contains long sentences or small font  

  • Visual aids are incorporated into the presentation. 

  • Technology is used. 

  • Research supports the majority of content but one or two strategies are not supported. 

  • The reader is not engaged in the majority of the presentation. OR 

  • More than one error is present OR 

  • More than one slide is difficult to read with long sentences or small font OR 

  • Visual aids are minimal or ineffective. OR 

  • Technology is ineffective. OR 

  • Research does not support the majority of content OR more than two strategies are not supported. 

Reference Page 

  • A minimum of 10 references are cited. 

  • Only one or two errors in APA formatting are present. 

  • A minimum of 10 references are cited. 

  • Only three to five errors in APA formatting are present. 

  • Less than 10 references are cited OR  

  • More than five errors in APA formatting are present. 

 

 

Conclusion

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When you have completed your assignment, please email the link to me so that I can grade it! Have a great day!