Week 2 / Day 9


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Reading

Remler, D.K. & Van Ryzin, G.G. (2010). (Chapter 10) Causation. Research methods in practice: Strategies for description and causation (pp. 329-354). Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage Publications. [RVR Ch. 10 QUIZ]


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What is a “Practicum”?

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All of your lunches are free this week! Please refresh and use the time to catch up on your work!



Reading

Remler, D.K. & Van Ryzin, G.G. (2010). (Chapter 11) Observational studies with control variables. Research methods in practice: Strategies for description and causation (pp. 355-394). Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage Publications. [RVR Ch. 11 QUIZ]

Ethical Considerations

Naturalistic Settings

[**OPTIONAL**] Pepler, D. J., & Craig, W. M. (1995). A peek behind the fence: Naturalistic observations of aggressive children with remote audiovisual recording. Developmental Psychology, 31, 548-553.

Online Trace Data

[**OPTIONAL**] Barnes, K. (2014). Student Data Collection Is Out of Control. Retrieved June 30, 2016, from http://www.nytimes.com/roomfordebate/2014/09/24/protecting-student-privacy-in-online-learning/student-data-collection-is-out-of-control.html.

Online Experiments

[**OPTIONAL**] Goel, V. (2014). As Data Overflows Online, Researchers Grapple With Ethics. Retrieved June 30, 2016, from http://www.nytimes.com/2014/08/13/technology/the-boon-of-online-data-puts-social-science-in-a-quandary.html.

Online Participants

[**OPTIONAL**] Paolacci, G. & Chandler, J. (2014). Inside the Turk: Understanding Mechanical Turk as a participant pool. Current Directions in Psychological Science, 23, 184-188.





Reading

    Mike Rose: The Mind at Work, pp. 141-223

Controversy: Is Rose’s research unduly influenced by his own subjectivity?

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Behaviorism Video

    Your video must be completed by tomorrow. Please submit your video here.

    To submit, please upload your video file OR upload a document which clearly notes all group member names as well as the URL where the video is held (via Vimeo, Youtube, etc.). The document option is preferred.

    NOTE: This will not be the last time you reference/link/share this video. Accordingly, make sure the URL remains active OR all members have a copy of the file.

Prepare for Show and Tell

    Be prepared show the current state of your RPD and your portfolio.

Research Report #4

    Research Report #4 is due tomorrow. Save as “LASTNAME_RR4_MM.DD.YY” and submit: here. You can only access this folder via your @msu.edu credentials.

Read/Prepare

Schunk, D. H. (2011). (Chapter 6) Constructivism. Learning theories: An educational perspective (6th Edition) (pp. 228-277). Boston, MA: Addison Wesley.

Abbeduto, L., & Symons, F. (2008). ISSUE 8: Should schools adopt a constructivist approach to education? In: Taking sides: Clashing views on controversial issues in educational psychology (pp. 164 – 195). New York: McGraw Hill.


Look Ahead

    Look ahead at tomorrow’s schedule to see what else is happening and to make sure you’re prepared. Also look ahead at other days to see if you can work ahead whenever possible.


Dr. Christine Greenhow will be visiting us to talk about her scholarship.




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