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  1. Pedagogical Theories and Practices for Higher Education Harrison Prince, Ashanti Pierce, Ashley Osborne, and Marissa Mooring

  2. What is Pedagogy? The method and practice of teaching, especially as an academic subject of theoretical concept

  3. Theories • Bloom’s Taxonomy • De Bono’s Six Thinking Hats • Constructivism Theory • Social Learning Theory • Cognitive Theory • Behavioral Learning Theory

  4. Bloom’s Taxonomy by Benjamin Bloom • Cognitive: Intellectual; the ability to think • Affective: Feelings, emotions and behavior • Psychomotor: Manual and Physical Skills

  5. Bloom’s Taxonomy Revised Bloom’s Taxonomy

  6. “Two Games, Two Classrooms, Two Methods” • Bloom’s Taxonomy • Used to teach macroeconomics and health-policy making

  7. De Bono’s Six Thinking Hats

  8. Constructivist

  9. Social Learning Theory

  10. Cognitive Learning Theory vs. Behavioral Learning Theory

  11. Steelcase Learning Spaces How they relate to Learning Theories

  12. Steelcase Formal Learning Spaces Constructivist Learning Theory Problem Solving Individual or Group Work Debating Topics Interactive teaching environment

  13. Steelcase Formal Learning Spaces Social-Learning Theory • Group work that allows you to learn from your peers • Student-centered

  14. Steelcase Formal Learning Spaces Cognitive Theory • Learning on your own • Intellectual • Use of Tests and graphic organizers

  15. Steelcase Informal Learning Spaces Cognitive Theory • Learning on your own based on what the teacher has taught you • Applying your knowledge (tests, graphs/charts, etc.)

  16. Steelcase Informal Learning Spaces Constructivist Learning Theory • Role Playing • Problem Solving • Student Centered • Internships/ Real world application

  17. Steelcase Informal Learning Spaces Social-Learning Theory • Group work that allows you to learn from your peers • Student-centered • Allows students to learn in various environments

  18. Built Environments Impact Behavior How classroom design affects learning

  19. Built Environments Impact Behavior What do they affect? • Retention • Attention • Motivation • Learning • Academic achievement • Our personal behavior (territoriality, crowding, situational, personal space) Environment affects behaviors!

  20. Classroom Design

  21. Built Environments Impact Behavior Creative Spaces = More Engagement Solutions for active learning settings • Node • LearnLab • Media:scape

  22. Classroom Design

  23. Classroom Design

  24. Classroom Design

  25. Works Cited [Untitled illustration of Teaching]. Retrieved August 29, 2014 from http://learnforeverblog.blogspot.com/2009/11/pedagogy.html Behavioral Learning Theory. (n.d.).Pedagogical Theory. Retrieved August 26, 2014, from http://www.scs.sk.ca/cyber/master/pedagogy Bono, E. (1970). Lateral thinking: Creativity step by step. New York: Harper & Row. Brumley, M. (n.d.). Social Constructivism Meets Social Media. Retrieved August 31, 2014. Cannell, D., Cossarin, M., Hetman, D., & Moore, J. (n.d.). Behavioral Learning Theory. Retrieved August 29, 2014, from http://www.scs.sk.ca/cyber/master/pedagogicaltheory.htm Dudovskiy, J. (2013, April 2). Cognitive Theory of Training Transfer. Retrieved August 31, 2014. Glonek, J. (2013, January 1). Learning Styles: Theories and Pedagogical Strategies. Retrieved August 29, 2014, from http://www.usma.edu/cfe/Literature/Glonek_13.pdf Petram, K. (2010, June 15). Bloom’s Taxonomy: Levels of Understanding. Retrieved August 29, 2014, from http://www.psia-nw.org/newsletter-articles/blooms-taxonomy-levels-of-understanding/ Overbaugh, R. (n.d.). Bloom's taxonomy. Retrieved from http://ww2.odu.edu/educ/roverbau/Bloom/blooms_taxonomy.htm Scott-Webber, L., Strickland, A., & Kapitula, L. (2013). Built Environments Impact Behaviors: Results of an Active Learning Post-Occupancy Evaluation. Planning for Higher Education Journal, 1-12. Retrieved August 28, 2014, from http://www.steelcase.com/en/products/category/educational/case-studies/documents/phev42n1_article_built-environments.pdf Smih, K., Sheppard, S., Johnson, D., & Johnson, R. (2005). Pedagogies of Engagement: Classroom-Based Practices. Journal of Engineering Education, 87-101. Retrieved from http://www.engr.wisc.edu/services/elc/Pedagogies_of_student_engagement_Smith.pdf Steelcase. Active Learning Spaces: Research and trends. [PDF Document] Retrieved from http://www.steelcase.com/en/products/category/educational/pages/next-student-design-contest.aspx Steelcase. Technology supports richer face-to-face interactions and higher-level cognitive learning. [PDF Document] Retrieved from http://www.steelcase.com/en/products/category/educational/pages/next-student-design-contest.aspx