NAME

Question Types


Start With


Question Limit

of 104 available terms

Advertisement Upgrade to remove ads

5 Written Questions

5 Matching Questions

  1. Responding similarly to similar stimuli, if boat has a long "o" sound, coat also probably has a long "o" sound.
  2. People are generally more likely to be __________confident about what they know rather than ________confident.
  3. The second step of the inquiry process is...
  4. Humanistic Learning theory has two parts...
  5. The third step of the inquiry process is...
  1. a Generalization
  2. b over/under (with regards to studying this means that people need to learn and re-learn things because they often think they know more than they do).
  3. c Self-concept (and) personal growth
  4. d Teacher Categorizes ideas (What have we found out objects, events, conditions)
  5. e Students ask yes/no questions

5 Multiple Choice Questions

  1. Student Hypotheses
  2. Teacher Confirms (and states the concept) (yes it is a palindrome)
  3. Advance Organizer
  4. Organization
  5. Fixed Interval

5 True/False Questions

  1. Final (sixth) step of Synectics is...Revisit (the) Original Topic (Childhood is like a...)

          

  2. In the information processing model, The Control Process associated with cramming for tests, you don't learn the information for a long time but more than 20 secondsAttention Recognition, (and) memory

          

  3. In the information processing model, in this memory store there are so many stimuli coming in from the outside word, we make a subconscious selection as to what we will take in and recognize.Sensory Register, Maintenance Rehearsal, Elaborative Rehearsal

          

  4. Elements of Cooperative Learning: Individual _______________. Meaning that everyone is responsible for everyone else's learning in the group. (We sink or swim together)social skills (You can't assume students know how to work together)

          

  5. Elements of Cooperative Learning: ____________ leadership was developed by Johnson and JohnsonAccountability

          

Create Set