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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
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.
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.
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=)
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. 
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.
ibrahim tanrikulu

A bird expert, Şevket the Albenian (Arnavut Şevket) - 1 views

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    One important thing that we should remember is the non-academic experts. I think there are many important things that we will learn from non-academic experts. When I watch Arnavut Şevket, I always think that he is one of the best experts about birds of singing. a) The full documentary http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4-M5JVR1JlM b) full, Arnavut Şevket http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mFGdmRgJIgg
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    I had seen this one before, very enjoyable one. As you drew attention, non-academic experts can serve as different sources in our learning process of expertise.
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    İbrahim, Iam a bit lost about what the man saying? I think different sayings have different meaning. Am I right?
Hatice Çilsalar

two courses of expertise - 0 views

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    When I was searching about the expertise this article was referred in several pice of papers. So I have reached this one. In this article aouthars mentioned about spontaneous expertise. I think it is a good work to read and understand relationship between expertise and learning development.
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