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Drexel, Philadelphia, USA
Thanks for breaking the ice Nikol! Others?
Learning Equality. I'm based in Dallas, TX.
Mary Catherine Stoumbos (she/her)
Catholic University of America, Washington, DC
Drexel, Philadelphia, USA
Depends what the meaning of "at" is. I'm physically at home.
But that's how we can join! I'm thankful
Similar happened for books (as computers) alone as I understand …
…. it seems, with the common message being, that the surrounding social/educational facilitators are crucial to computers or books to help learning …
Where do actions/behaviors fit?
less than 10
What's that choice reference re student vs family and culture?
Erik Harpstead (he/him)
I think it was: Iyengar, S. S., & Lepper, M. R. (1999). Rethinking the value of choice: a cultural perspective on intrinsic motivation. Journal of personality and social psychology, 76(3), 349.
Here's a link in case other's are interested:https://www0.gsb.columbia.edu/mygsb/faculty/research/pubfiles/883/883b.pdf
question (for later) re kizilcec & cohen: The self-regulation prompt seemed odd ... Assuming good self-regulation is to attend more to answering questions, engaging in active learning, than watching lectures … is the surprise of that result not that it didn't work for some, but that it *did work* for some?
This is amazing!! If I may ask, where is the content coming from? Is it aligned to the local curriculum? or is it the teacher providing instruction over the phone?
How do we navigate situations where student choice and student learning outcomes are not well aligned -- e.g., they chose one of working alone or in a group but they actually learn better in the other?
What about where dogs ARE food?
Sharon Carver (she/her)
Might be interesting to see that 1995 reference updated. Tech has surely changed!
Lauren Herckis (she/her/hers)
Great presentation, Amy! Thank you!
Thanks for the presentation Amy!
thank you so much! this was wonderful
It is always exciting to listen to you. Thanks a lot!
Fantastic, thank you!!
You mentioned this in the multiple versions approach, but in general how can we avoid disadvantaging people who might get located in a culture, but benefit more from a different approach? relatedly, do you think there might be potential for looking at all these differences to inspire better approaches including in WEIRD?
For scalability to gazillions of local cultures, won't indigenous authoring and localization be essential? I have a nice example by a former student in Ghana.
thank you, you have such great insights!
What are your thoughts on another variation on the honor choice idea: Tell students about the research that suggests learning may be better by doing X than Y (perhaps with appropriate caveats about validity, generalizability) and then allow students to chose for themselves?
do you think something like trying out each other's versions could be used additionally to promote intercultural awareness among students?
Thank you! So spot on!