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What are cons of technology in the classroom?
cost, lack of staff training, unreliability of internet sources
How does technology in the classroom change a teacher's role?
Teachers can focus more on helping students develop
Use of technology in the classroom may allow students to...
become directors of their own learning.
Anthony excels at completing puzzles and geography, especially map reading. According to Gardner's Theory of Multiple Intelligences, what type of learning is Anthony most likely to be characterized as?
Jasmine is a 17 year old girl who has a learning disability in reading and currently has an IEP. Jasmine currently reads at a 7th grade level, but excels in her math classes. Jasmine has a lot of friends and is a delight to her teachers. What are some of the possible goals that could be included on her IEP?
Finding employment once school has ended
What is the title of a program that gradually teaches English over a period of several years for students who are English Language Learners?
Which is the most important feature of a fully multicultural educational program?
Malleable teaching strategies.
Nimuel moved to the United States two years ago. He finds that he is very different from his peers within his 5th grade classroom. When asked to talk about himself, he defines himself by how he is different from his peers instead of stating who he is. According to the text, what has Nimuel developed?
An oppositional cultural identity
According to the book, what do teachers tend to overlook in girls?
Correct responses to questions asked in class.
Juan is a young student who is bilingual in English and Spanish. He is fluent in both languages and has no difficulty understanding directions in either English or Spanish. Juan's type of bilingualism is best described as what?
Keisha, a 3 year old, engages in "make-believe" play where she uses her imagination to act out various scenes and speaks with imaginary persons. Keisha is most likely in which one of Piaget's stages of development?
In high school and college, students are more frequently required to think critically about a subject. This may involve posing "What if" questions that require students to manipulate several ideas entirely in their minds. What is this ability known as?
A new third grade teacher is having a rather hard time with most of the students in her class. One of her students though is often eager to please the teacher by doing what she asks without question. To encourage this behavior for this student and the rest of the class she rewards her. What could be one of the problems with rewarding the student according to Gilligan's Morality of conventional caring?
By rewarding her for only pleasing the teacher's needs the student's development is neglected
teachers find two problems or limitations to Maslow, Kohlberg, Gilligan, and other theories of moral development. What are those limitations?
The theories of morality focus primarily on how the child thinks about morality.
The theories of morality does not mention how to encourage ethical development.
Setting realistic academic goals is a way for teachers to encourage healthy resolution of which crisis?
Industry vs inferiority
A student whose family is facing economic hardship and may not be receiving adequate food to eat is lacking what type of need, according to Maslow?
Which of the following is a strategy that teachers can take to aid adolescents in resolving Erikson's crisis of identity versus role confusion?
Expose students to diverse role models
According to Maslow's Hierarchy of Needs, which of the following would need to be satisfied before a student could truly be focused on learning?
Safety and security needs
Love and belonging needs
When teachers work with students going through puberty, what do they need to be aware of?
Teachers need to be sure they are being supportive of their students.
This idea that conditioned reactions spread to similar stimuli is known as what concept?
When asked to think about school, Raymond thinks about several different things. He thinks about what his particular school looks like, what he experiences within his particular school, and what types of things he hears about his school from his parents. This mental representation is called
Which is the best characterization of Piaget's and Vygotsky's views on learning and development?
Vygotsky believed that learning precedes development while Piaget believed that development precedes learning
The process of interpreting new information into her pre-existing concepts is called
The process of revising pre-existing concepts is called
Two of your fellow colleagues following different theorists for their teaching practices. One follows strictly Piaget, while the other believes in Vygotsky's methods. Each colleague believes that their method is the most effective teaching method. According to the text, which of the following is the best example of an idea on which the colleagues could theoretically differ?
The relationship between learning and development
Matthew is given a word problem to work on during his math class. He is having a hard time figuring out the answer. To help him figure out the answer, Matthew takes apart the problem and works on each part separately. What is this problem solving strategy called?
You are a new teacher at RedHawk's Intermediate school, and you want to see the differences in creativity within your classroom. You ask your students to think of as many uses for a paperclip as they can. This type of thinking is called?
Service-Learning is major component of EDP 201. The text discussed many points of how Service-Learning is an effective instructional strategy. Which of the following were among these points?
Service-Learning allows students to place social and community issues in a more vivid and lived context
The text discussed many reasons and purposes for using standardized tests. What were the reasons for using them?
Comparing students in a wider context, usually to national norms, Evaluating both teacher and school performance, determining eligibility for a program
Which of the following is the best example of a formative assessment?
A feedback card that conveys students' perception about their understanding
Mrs. Pumpernickel administers a standardized assessment to a group of students to determine how much they know about mathematics. However, the students are all ELL students who have limited English proficiency. The test itself is primarily in English. The students do poorly on the test and Mrs. Pumpernickel concludes that the students need to be remediated in math. Which of the following is true of this scenario?
Mrs. Pumpernickel's assessment lacks validity because it was not appropriate for the students selected
Sequence of arbitrary symbols which are in an orderly fashion that convey meaning and follow rules define what?
What is the best example of accommodation?
a child recognizes that dogs have tail and that cats also have tails but they're not the same animal
What is not a category in IDEA? & What does not fall under the IDEA?
English as a Second Language
Equal evaluation of performance in spite of disability
Which of Erik Erikson's stages deals with accepting the life he or she has lived?
integrity vs. despair
Who had the theory of the Zone of Proximal Development?
What is the difference between race and ethnicity?
race is a socially constructed category and ethnicity is your cultural heritage
Suzie, In Kindergarten, took a toy away from her classmate and her teacher made her sit in timeout. What stage of Kohlberg's Moral Development did her teacher demonstrate?
Obedience and Punishment
Billy's parents rewards him for every A he gets in school.
which type of reinforcement are Billy's parents using?
What are rules for Piaget's model of development?
Each stage is a significant transformation of the previous stage, Each stage incorporates the previous stage, No stage skipped
What is the name of the phase at which a child can master a task if given appropriate help and support
Zone of proximal development
Which theorist views the child as a "blank slate"?
What is an example of a formative assessment?
middle of the unit survey
Who was the theorist behind Operant Conditioning?
A student who transferred from Mexico who's a native Spanish speaker and who is now attending school in America would be categorized as...?
English Language Learner
what are some sources of self efficacy?
Mastery experience, social persuasion, Vicarious experiences
Common Core Standards aren't developed by states themselves, but can be adopted by states. What kind of standards are these?
What type of research focuses on the relationship between two variables?
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