Corrections

Corrections

Step 1: Explain how you studied for quiz 2. Step 2: Watch and summarize all five videos below. Each video should have a summary of at least 5 sentences. Video 1: Beliefs That Make You Fail…Or Succeed The first video examines common mistaken beliefs students often possess that undermine their learning. The video tries to correct those misconceptions with accurate beliefs about learning. Video 2: What Students Should Understand About How People Learn The second video introduces a simple but powerful theory of memory, Levels of Processing, that can help students improve their study. Video 3: Cognitive Principles for Optimizing Learning The third video operationalizes the concept of level of processing into four principles that students can use to develop effective study strategies. Video 4: Putting the Principles for Optimizing Learning into Practice The fourth video applies the principles of deep processing to common study situations, including note taking and highlighting while reading. Video 5: I Blew the Exam, Now What? This video addresses what students should and should not do when they earn a bad grade on an exam. Step 3: Based on the video’s, in at least 5 sentences, explain how do you plan to study for quiz 3? Step 4: In the same Microsoft Word document, correct the questions based on the directions below. Step 5: Upload to CANVAS under assignments. ~You may correct all or any of the multiple choice items that you missed on the quiz. ~Corrections are worth 1 point each. This is half of the original value of the multiple-choice item. ~Correcting 10 items improves your quiz score by a full letter grade. ~To do a correction you need to explain why the correct answer is correct, but also why the other 3 other options are incorrect (one of which you selected). Since there are 4 options (a, b, c, & d) you will need to have four explanations, one explaining why that answer is the correct answer for the question and three explanations, one for each option, as to why specifically that answer is incorrect for the question. You should explain based on the text, powerpoints or your notes and not because you checked with fellow classmates, did a google search, or any other resource. Giving the definition does NOT explain why it is correct or incorrect. In order to receive credit, corrections of items must explain each option. ~You must provide the page number(s) where you found the correct answer/incorrect answers and explanations for each letter. If you cannot find a correct answer, please contact your instructor. Some of the incorrect answers are not directly discussed in the modules covered by the quiz. If you think that is the case for one of the incorrect answers please contact the instructor through CANVAS to see what you need to do. ~If you are using a different text, you need to make note of that at the top of the page. ~Just telling your instructor what answer was correct will not count. ~A correction that provides the incorrect answer or incorrect explanation will not count. ~Corrections must be typed in Microsoft Word. Type the number of the question, the question, and then for each option provide the page number(s) along with your explanation for each as to why the three are incorrect and why the one is correct. See format example below. 36. The question should be included here…. a. Learning – pg. ?? This is wrong because… b. Observational Learning – pg. ?? This is wrong because… c. Classical Conditioning – pg. ?? This is correct because… d. Operant Conditioning – pg. ?? This is wrong because… Note : there tow upload filed one there the video with the link you need to watch it and write summary .each video has link also in the filed there are more details . The second filed there Corrections question.