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Ed Day 2022 - Shared screen with speaker view
Stacie Gallenstein
02:14:41
My kid would have grabbed the snack out of the experimenter’s hands.
Jesse Watson
02:26:52
If you're on zoom and don't have the bandwidth for tracking down buddies, feel free to share thoughts in the open chat or let it percolate on your own
India Lane
02:32:34
Hi Jesse! Thanks for the expectancy value framework. Can you talk a little further on attainment focus - I suppose a portion of this is intrinsic and a portion (Larger?) is extrinsic.
India Lane
02:33:15
These intitial examples certainly highlight the way our learners view utility and use of their time and effort (highly!)
Sherry Clouser
02:38:28
So many blurry lines in ed psych :-)
India Lane
02:39:23
sherry -Wouldn't want it any other way!
Jesse Watson
02:40:03
I find that every time we try to draw very clear lines quickly...it's wrong somehow.
Sherry Clouser
02:40:35
Although these examples seem a little more distinct!
Jesse Watson
02:40:50
Really grasping the differences between the correlated intrinsic and attainment aspects is tough!
India Lane
02:41:38
Risk/cost v reward!
Hind Azami (She/Her)
02:41:50
cost, the amount of effort put in is linked to the importance of the course, pass/fail versus graded
Jesse Watson
02:42:13
Also, remember a moment or thought doesn't have to reflect just one aspect
Stacie Gallenstein
02:42:27
Thanks, Jesse. Well done, as always. Thank you, everyone. I'm off to my son's end of year celebration at his school. Have a great day.
Katie Sheats
02:42:45
Bye Stacie!
India Lane
02:42:50
Someday I will write a piece on how everything we do is viewed through risk/benefit lens! In some ways we are still stimulus/response at heart
Katie Sheats
02:48:20
Second set of quotes - My takeaway was that for some students, grades might be tied to attainment (Identify), utility (need good grades for internship) or cost (not doing well in graded course could hurt my future plans). For students who don't feel this way about grades, their main driver might be intrinsic.
Karen Tobias
02:48:38
Students may use grades as a measure of attainment and they add to cost.
Sherry Clouser
02:49:11
We were thinking about how important it is to help the students understand their own motivations for what they do. This would be a great activity for them to do in orientation and periodically as well.
Sherry Clouser
02:49:46
sorry :-)
India Lane
02:50:13
Good point Sherry. Funny, I see these comments as totally cost versus benefit.
Jesse Watson
02:51:44
India Lane, Utility Value Theorist!
India Lane
02:55:58
Must be just where my head is at right now!
Abi (she/her)
02:57:50
We also did not have class rank in the UK and my instructors had to get creative on ways to formulate a 'rank' for me to apply for internships in the USA, as that was required.
India Lane
03:01:37
sounds attainment focused - how do I measure up?
India Lane
03:02:37
it was actually a reflection of the learners perspective but thanks!
India Lane
03:02:58
attainment = how do I measure up in my mind or others?
Sherry Clouser
03:05:15
thanks, Jesse!
Mariea Ross-Estrada (she/her/hers)
03:05:21
Thanks