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Academic discipline that studies and applies concepts and theories of psychology relevant to instructional practice
Cognitive process in which learners embellish on new information based on what they already know.
Describes a situations so we can draw conclusions about the current state of affairs. Study can be quatitative or qualitative.
Extent to which two variables are associated, such that when one variable increases, the other either increases or decreases somewhat predictably.
research study that involves the manipulation of one variable to determine its possible effect on another variable.
Social learning Theory
the theory that we learn social behavior by observing and imitating and by being rewarded or punished.
information processing theory
focuses on the specific ways in which learners mentally think about, or process, new information.
Piaget's idea that reality of kids and adults is constructed from their observations and experiences.
emphasizes that social, cultural, and historical contexts in which children grow up have profound influences on thinking, learning, and effective instructional practice.
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