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IPS 554 Online Neuropedagogy, Regulations & Online Instruction 3.0 Credits

This course examines common neuromyths and the relationships between memory, comprehension, metacognition, and neuroplasticity. Students compare key theorists and their approaches to the learning process. This highly interactive course integrates technology platforms, tools, and applications to engage students in a community of inquiry. Students are introduced to dichotomous approaches including deductive and inductive instruction, procedural and metacognitive scaffolding, sequencing and chunking, and reflective thought. Students demonstrate their understanding of neuroplasticity, neuroimaging, the learning cycle, effective differentiation, and self-efficacy through personal development and evaluation for online instruction.

College/Department: College of Nursing Health Professions
Repeat Status: Not repeatable for credit
Prerequisites: IPS 553 [Min Grade: B]

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