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  • PEDAGOGICAL INTELLIGENCE AND SELF- ADVOCACY IN THE FIRST

    YEAR AND BEYOND

    Rebecca Matte, Faculty Department of First Year Studies

    Landmark College

  • Agenda

    •Define Pedagogical Intelligence

    •Introduce Strategies Portfolio

    •Review First Year Studies Curriculum:

    •View Samples of Portfolios

    •How students use it to advocate

  • Pedagogical Intelligence

    “Pedagogical Intelligence is a regular process of research, analysis, and selection of relevant information…”

    (Pinte,2005)

  • Pedagogical Intelligence

    For Teachers Support the challenge of Thinking and Learning

    Facilitator of Learning

    *Transparency in Teaching/Learning Process*

  • Pedagogical Intelligence

    For Students:

    “Acquiring competencies that are transferable and

    allow them to work autonomously….”

    (Pinte,2005)

  • Future semesters

    Graduate School

    Employment choices

    “…and when the time comes, to develop their own

    paths, to make their own discoveries.”

    (Pinte,2005)

  • Strategies Portfolio and Reflection

    • Reflections on semester and reframing view of self

    • Artifacts (resources & strategies) • with “Notes to self”

    •Accommodations list

    • Goals short term, long term

  • FY1011 Curriculum

  • Content

    4 Domains Theory

    Brain Function

    Memory

    Emotional/ Behavioral Responses

    to Academics

    Factors Affecting Learning

    Locus of Control / Mindset Theory Intelligence

    Theory

    Hx of LD and LD

    Law

    Reframing Theory

  • Study Skills

    Master Notebook

    2-Column notes

    SMART cards

    Active Reading

    Concept Mapping

    OneNote

  • Self Management

    Neurotrope Project

    Journals

    Time Tracker

    Planner

    Resources

    J.Forsythe & R. Matte, 2008

  • Global Views: Teaching & Learning Process

    Motivation Social Emotional Influences

    Self Regulation Academic Skill

    Attainment

  • Traditional Study Skills

    Notetaking

    Activer Reading Skills

    (with and without tech)

  • Non-Traditional Study Skills

    Notetaking

  • Neurotrope Chart

    Monitoring Self:

    Choices and

    Habits affecting

    overall

    functioning.

  • LD and the Law

    Accommodation/Strategy Strategy or

    Accommodation? Diagnostic Features of Learning profile and Rationale for

    Modification

    Ex: Books on Tape/Kurzweil Auxilliary Aids; Exam

    Accommodations

    Reading Disorder/Dyslexia; decoding deficits reduce reading speed and

    comprehension. Kurzweil allows listening comprehension

    strengths to improve both.

  • Varied “Active” Modalities

    Bodily-kinsethetic

    Bodily-kinesthetic

    Hands-on processing

    Peer interaction

  • Collaborative Learning

  • Experiential Learning

  • FY1011 Curriculum

  • Pair- Share (5 minutes)

    •Turn to a partner and on a piece of paper

    • Define Pedagogical Intelligence

    • Draw a visual image of this concept (picture or concept map)

    • Give an example of it in your classroom

  • Final Portfolio Assignment

    • The Portfolio • Cover Page

    • Reflective Essay

    • Defining Moment Paper Analysis

    • Accommodations Request and Rationale

    • Artifacts

    • Portfolio Presentation • To advisors and other faculty guests

    • Explain learning discoveries

  • Pair-Share

    •How might you be able to adapt this to work with your existing program?

  • Thank You!