5 Written Questions
5 Matching Questions
- Techniques for Elaborative Rehearsal; this technique is where you use "chunking" by charts, organizers, color, mind maps, order of presentation, introduction/summaries/key ideas
- In the information processing model, This information processing category stores information that is meaningful, organized etc.
- Techniques for Elaborative Rehearsal; this technique is where you use contects, senses-writing, visualizing, saying, hearing, cooperative learning
- The fourth step of concept attainment in the inductive model by Jerome Bruner is...
- These people in Educational Psychology created families of instruction for example, Behavioral (direct-instruction, computer based instruction) and Cognitive (Memory Models) and Inductive Models.
- a miscellaneous
- b Long Term memory
- c Joyce (and) Weil
- d organization
- e Teacher Confirms (and states the concept) (yes it is a palindrome)
5 Multiple Choice Questions
- David Ausubel
- Behaviorism (learning theory)
- Self-concept (and) personal growth
5 True/False Questions
Abraham Maslow had five levels of needs... → Physiological, Safety, Social (love and belonging), self-esteem (and) self-actualization
The fifth step of the inquiry process is... → Teacher Confirmation (and) Explanation
Schedules of Reinforcement; determine a fixed number of responses they will get a prize. → Continuous
Schedule of Reinforcement; (Intermittent) Reinforcement after a pre-determined, time interval → Continuous
Third "Family" of Instruction; Relationship with the teacher, touchy-feely, self-efficacy, group work, meaningful, personal interests → Humanism (learning theory)