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nehirkv

Situated Cognitive - 0 views

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    This video is about how an expert can lead the novice through learning process
Selçuk Kılınç

Dr. Patricia Benner's Novice to Expert Theory - 1 views

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    Patricia Benner published a book whose name is Novice to Expert in 1982 and at that book she mentioned 5 levels from novice to experts. These levels are; novice, advanced beginner, competent, proficient and the expert. All these levels and the book is about nursing but I want to share this short and funny video to you due to relating with expert and novices. You can examine the definition of these levels from the link below if you want; http://www.health.nsw.gov.au/nursing/projects/Documents/novice-expert-benner.pdf
nehirkv

The Role of Deliberate Practice in Becoming an Expert Coach: Part 1 - Defining Coaching... - 4 views

This article about how can be expert coach with deliberate practice. This article consists of 3 part. This is just part 1 which about defining coaching expertise.

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started by nehirkv on 15 Oct 16 no follow-up yet
Serap Sarıkaya

Experts vs Novices - 5 views

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    A brief summary about differences between experts and novices.
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    This was a great summary of this week's reading. Thanks Serap! :)
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    Video mentioned exact same differences between experts and novices. I wondered if these differences are agreed upon
yasinay

What if we expect more from Experts? - 0 views

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    Even if someone would be an expert, the things that he can do have a boundary. Do not expect impossible thing from experts. this video is a good example for this.
Orhan ASLAN

How to use experts when not to - 3 views

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    When decisions with important consequences involved, people ask for expert opinion let it be a hotel booking (trip advisor, booking...) or purchasing a book (amazon recommends, kitapyurdu...). If the stakes are high, then it becomes obligatory to go and ask for expert opinion. However this becomes a problem if people rely on experts as if they are getting parental advice. People become addicted to experts because of its certainity, assuredness and definitiveness. In a study, a group of adults' brains' MRI scans when they are listening to experts showed that the independent part of their decision making part of their brains switches off while they are listening. This listening becomes unquestionnable and they use these opinions without distinguishing as right or wrong. Considering the doctors who misdiagnose 4 out of 10, not questionning is an important issue. As a result the role of the expert should change because they are affected by social norms, cultural norms and everything. So their judgements may differ. Think about companies who try to sell their products and include experts in the process. Toothpaste, washing detergents etc. are exagerated. Although they are experts, they have assumptions which may have flaws. People should question and become skeptical about experts. People should not blindly accept or listen, rather they should open their eyes wide open, face the world, use experts for certain things but be aware of their limitations and also their own.
Özlem Tantu

Problems in Developing Teacher Expertise. - 1 views

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    The first problem is defined by Dan Lortie in The Apprenticeship of Observations (1975) as being acquainted with the task of teaching.The professor on the video emphasizes that in the countries where immagrants are most successful, teachers spend 50% of their work planning lessons, observing other classes and negotiating about the lessons. She also touches the problem of 'Toxic Environment' of schools for teachers where they gossip about their students and colleagues. She gives a successful school example in which professional development is a part of school culture. Can you list additional problems for teacher expertise faced in schools?
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    Although sharing ideas and instances about the classroom hours and students can be accepted as components of adult learning for teachers, gossiping about them can be a real barrier to develop on those areas. In my teaching experience, we prohibited the conversations about the negative issues happened in the school.
Mine Önal

It's Not Magic! Research on Developing Expertise | Canadian Education Association (CEA) - 1 views

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    Research on how deliberate practice combined with innate abilities lead to expertise.
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    In the Ericson's article (The Making of an expert) it is said that real experts must perform superior that others. So, I've heard about the movie named as "Man on Wire" which is about a juggler walking and performing on a wire lying between the Twin Towers of New York. This is definitely a superior performance as a juggler. As you aforementioned, to develop such an expertise, Petit (the character in the movie) was practicing deliberately, he did not focus on what he does as usual, but he paid attention what he could not do and set an amazing goal and to accomplish this goal he took a risk of being sent to the prison. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uEU7lrtehDs
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    Elanur, Actually, I was trying to find the movie that you mentioned about high-wire actor (Petit). Then I realized that you have already written here. What made me so impressed about him that he worked on that about 6 years. I have read somewhere "experts view mistakes as opportunities to learn", however, this man had no chance to do mistake. the story of the guy in this link http://ny.curbed.com/archives/2015/09/30/the_real_story_behind_philippe_petits_highwire_act_in_the_walk.php
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    Yes Yasin I totally agree with you about the mistake part but this man dedicated his life to perform on the wire between Twin Towers so I thought that someone who dedicates oneself to perform in a particular area develops expertise in that area eventually and we can call him an expert in being a juggler even he put his life in danger. By the way this is an extreme example of being an expert. I just try to make connections between dedication and developing an expertise through this example.
sibeldogan

Engaging students through activities and expertise - 2 views

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    In the video, students are learning and getting expertise concepts by engaging different activities. Through activities students make some research about the topic and teachers help them to get deeper knowledge about topic by asking questions. In the activities, the source of knowledge not only teachers but also students themselves. I mean, students also learn from each other. Moreover, teachers' role is guiding and helping students when they stuck on something.
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    My conclusions from this video are: for students to develop expertise, teachers should scaffold them. Teachers should question the students and make them articulate their ideas. Moreover teachers should teach students as teams formed from expert teachers.
mskaraca

Not about LBD, Just wondered whether this example is contrary with the idea of expertise? - 7 views

Hi I have read the story. He has just passed the Microsoft's basic technician exam. I have seen people who has no prior computer background, after several weeks of technical course, have taken uppe...

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Merve Başdoğan

How to Be Perceived as an Expert in Your Field - 4 views

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    The author shares his personal comments and gives clues on how to be perceived as an expert in your field. These steps start with awreness about yourself and terminates with displaying, selling yourself to others in the field=)
deryasahin

Building Expertise - 5 views

here is a video about a conference which is named building expertise. Executive director is talking about the process which goes to be an expert. He is emphasizing the difficulty of this process an...

Expertise

started by deryasahin on 19 Oct 14 no follow-up yet
mskaraca

Another expertise acqusition model - 3 views

Hi Dreyfus model is another skill acqusition model. http://www.class.uh.edu/cogsci/dreyfus.html Dreyfus & Dreyfus states 5 level of skill acqusition. Novice: Needs context-free rules. He is hop...

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started by mskaraca on 19 Oct 14 no follow-up yet
mskaraca

The only thing standing between you-as-amateur and you-as-expert is dedication. - 4 views

Hi Kathy Sierra is one of the best authors on engaging users. In the following blog, she has talked about expertise. http://headrush.typepad.com/creating_passionate_users/2006/03/how_to_be_an_ex.h...

Expertise Motivation

started by mskaraca on 19 Oct 14 no follow-up yet
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deryasahin

Talent is overrated - 9 views

This video presents a general overview about the discussions whether experts have special inborn abilities. He is asking that the reason for why they are so good. then focusing on deliberate practi...

Expertise

started by deryasahin on 19 Oct 14 no follow-up yet
E.Yasin Çiftçi

Practice Makes Perfect - Ellen DeGeneres learns dancing - 3 views

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    We now know that practice is a key determiner on the way for being an "expert". In this video, Ellen learns how to dance with constant practice. Please check also how experts behave in the video because we know that being expert does not mean being able to teach. Again, enjoy it! :) Warning: There is a lot of exclaiming in the video and you are recommended to turn the volume down while watching it. I write this because I did not do so. :)
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    Practice Makes Permanent, Not Perfect =)
E.Yasin Çiftçi

Dr. Derek Cabrera - How Thinking Works - 1 views

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    As the literature on expertise underscores, "thinking" or "metacognition" is a key factor in expertise. Dr. Cabrera, in this talk, discusses the weakness of 'encyclopedic' knowledge possessed by Ivy League students and harshly criticize them for they struggle to transfer those memorized knowledge. It could be said he addresses "a mile wide and an inch deep" approach taken by curriculum designers nowadays, which prevents deep understanding of issues that an expert is expected to have. According to him, "system is broken." As a result, he offers his own DSRP (Distinctions, Systems, Relationships, Perspectives) theory, which, in my opinion, summarizes what a "genuine expert" possesses in terms of knowledge transfer. Enjoy it!
Evrim Baran

Novices and Experts - YouTube - 0 views

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    Here is an interesting research study looking at expert and novice performance with eye tracking technique. 
afranur

Bill Gates on Expertise - 1 views

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    It would be useful to hear Bill Gates talking about ten thousand rule.
ibrahim tanrikulu

Should we have "expert teachers" at schools? - 0 views

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    A couple of yeras ago, Turkish Ministry of Education declared that some teachers wold be appointed as "experts". At the very beginning, some teachers got the title of "experts"; however, the ministry gave up the idea after a very short time. This can be a topic to be discussed at our class this week. Some of the questions that can be raised: * What is an expert teacher? * Do we need experts at our school? * How should the teachers get the title of "expert", by an exam or by working time? I added a Turkish forum where people discussed the expert teachers at schools.
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    It can be a good discussion topic, well suited for the week.
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