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Educational Psychology Chapter 3
Puberty
Menarche
Spermarche
Body Mass Index (BMI)
The physiological changes during adolescence that lead to the…
The first menstrual period in girls
The first sperm ejaculation for boys
A measure of body fat that evaluates weight in relation to he…
Puberty
The physiological changes during adolescence that lead to the…
Menarche
The first menstrual period in girls
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Educational Psychology
control group
correlational study
critical thinking
descriptive research
A group that does everything as usual and is compared to a te…
Looks at the relationships between variables. Correlation is…
The ability to make rational decisions about what to do or wh…
Gathers detailed info about a topic.
control group
A group that does everything as usual and is compared to a te…
correlational study
Looks at the relationships between variables. Correlation is…
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Educational Psychology Exam 3
Assumptions of Cognitive Psychology
Comparing cognitive and behavioral views
Judy Willis and Rad teaching
Taxicab driver and hippocampus
1. Cognitive processes influence the nature of what is learne…
1. Behavioral view states that new behaviors are learned wher…
*R= Reticular Activating System- fight or flight, the filter…
Their hippocampus is larger because of the effort and time it…
Assumptions of Cognitive Psychology
1. Cognitive processes influence the nature of what is learne…
Comparing cognitive and behavioral views
1. Behavioral view states that new behaviors are learned wher…
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Educational Psychology Ch 3
Personal development
social development
moral development
gender development
personal attributes
interacting w/ others
a sense of right and wrong
sense of being male and female
Personal development
personal attributes
social development
interacting w/ others
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Educational Psychology Ch 3
Personal Development
Social Development
Moral Development
Temperment
Age-related changes in personality and the ways that individu…
The advances people make in their abilities to interact and g…
Advances in people's conceptions of right and wrong, and pro-…
The relatively stable inherited characteristics that influenc…
Personal Development
Age-related changes in personality and the ways that individu…
Social Development
The advances people make in their abilities to interact and g…
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Exam 3 Educational Psychology
epiphyses
skeletal age
synaptic pruning
lateralize
growth centers in which cartilage hardens into bone; when xra…
process towards physical maturity
neurons that seldom are stimulated will lose their connective…
specialize in function
epiphyses
growth centers in which cartilage hardens into bone; when xra…
skeletal age
process towards physical maturity
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chapter 3: Educational Psychology
Bronfenbrenner's Theory
Authoritative:
Authoritarian:
Permissive:
Look at social context in which children live and how they in…
High warmth, high control, love children ... - Set clear limits,…
Low warmth, high control, love children ... - Not openly affecti…
High warmth,low control, love children ... - Few rules or conseq…
Bronfenbrenner's Theory
Look at social context in which children live and how they in…
Authoritative:
High warmth, high control, love children ... - Set clear limits,…
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Educational Psychology Exam #3
Learning sciences
Embodied cognition
First Wave-Constructivism
Second Wave-Constructivism
encompasses research in psychology, education, computer scien…
awareness that "the way we think about and represent informat…
Learners are active in constructing their own knowledge. Emph…
that social interaction, cultural tools and activity shape in…
Learning sciences
encompasses research in psychology, education, computer scien…
Embodied cognition
awareness that "the way we think about and represent informat…
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Educational Psychology (Chapter 3)
Puberty
Menarche
Spermarche
Body Mass Index (BMI)
the physiological changes during adolescence that lead to the…
the first menstrual period in girls
the first sperm ejaculation for boys
A measure of body fat that evaluate weight in relation to hei…
Puberty
the physiological changes during adolescence that lead to the…
Menarche
the first menstrual period in girls
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Educational Psychology Chapter 3
Personal development
Social development
Personality
Temperament
build on and change behaviors and patterns
understand fellow humans, create social skills, internalize s…
a pattern and consistency of behaviors through a range of sit…
general tendency to respond to things in a certain way, inher…
Personal development
build on and change behaviors and patterns
Social development
understand fellow humans, create social skills, internalize s…
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Educational Psychology exam 3
Intelligence
Fluid Intelligence
Crystallized intelligence
Gardners Theory of Multiple Intelligen…
Ability to acquire and use knowledge, solve problems and reas…
The flexible, culture-free mental ability to adapt to new sit…
Culture-specific mental ability, heavily dependent on experie…
8 different types of intelligences; Linguistic (good with lan…
Intelligence
Ability to acquire and use knowledge, solve problems and reas…
Fluid Intelligence
The flexible, culture-free mental ability to adapt to new sit…
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Educational Psychology Exam 3
Social Constructivist Approach
Situated Cognition
Cognitive Apprenticeship
Scaffolding
emphasizes the social contexts of learning and the idea that…
the idea that thinking occurs (is situated) in social and phy…
A relationship in which an expert stretches and supports a no…
A technique that involves changing the level of support for l…
Social Constructivist Approach
emphasizes the social contexts of learning and the idea that…
Situated Cognition
the idea that thinking occurs (is situated) in social and phy…
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Educational Psychology: Chapter 3
Identity Foreclosure
4 Styles of Parenting
Authoritative
Authoritarian
placed into something so you cant/wont struggle
1. Authoritative... 2. Authoritarian... 3. Permissive... 4. Rejecting/…
set clear limits, enforce rules, and expect mature behavior,…
seem cold and controlling in their interactions with their ch…
Identity Foreclosure
placed into something so you cant/wont struggle
4 Styles of Parenting
1. Authoritative... 2. Authoritarian... 3. Permissive... 4. Rejecting/…
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Educational Psychology Chapter 3
Puberty
Menarche
Spermarche
Body mass index (BMI)
the psychological changes during adolescence that lead to the…
the first menstrual period in girls
the first sperm ejaculation for boys
a measure of body fat that evaluates weight in relation to he…
Puberty
the psychological changes during adolescence that lead to the…
Menarche
the first menstrual period in girls
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Educational Psychology Chapter 3
psychosocial theory
psychosocial crisis
heteronomous morality
autonomous morality
a set of principles that relates social environment to psycho…
according to Erikson, the set of critical issues that individ…
in Piaget's theory of moral development, the stage at which c…
in Piaget's theory of moral development, the stage at whcih a…
psychosocial theory
a set of principles that relates social environment to psycho…
psychosocial crisis
according to Erikson, the set of critical issues that individ…
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Educational Psychology Exam 3
social cognitive theory
triarchic reciprocal casuality
social learning theory 3 components
modeling
learning is from modeling (social) as well as thoughts, belie…
physical and social environment, behavior, and personal facto…
modeling, self-efficacy, self-regulation
learning by observing others; influenced by development statu…
social cognitive theory
learning is from modeling (social) as well as thoughts, belie…
triarchic reciprocal casuality
physical and social environment, behavior, and personal facto…
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Educational Psychology Chapter 3
psychosocial theory
psychosocial crisis
heteronomous morality
autonomous morality
a set of principles that relates social environment to psycho…
according to erikson, the set of critical issues that individ…
in piaget's theory of moral development, the stage at which c…
in piaget's theory of moral development, the stage at whcih a…
psychosocial theory
a set of principles that relates social environment to psycho…
psychosocial crisis
according to erikson, the set of critical issues that individ…
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Educational Psychology: Chapter 3
Bronfenbrenner: The Social Context for…
Microsystem
Mesosystem
Exosystem
Development is heavily influenced by interacting systems.... (Mi…
Immediate relationships and Activities... (Parents, teachers, pe…
Relationships among microsystems.... (Parents interacting with t…
Social Settings... (Communities)
Bronfenbrenner: The Social Context for…
Development is heavily influenced by interacting systems.... (Mi…
Microsystem
Immediate relationships and Activities... (Parents, teachers, pe…
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Educational Psychology ch. 3
Ecological Theory
microsystem
mesosystem
exosystem
Brofenbrenner's theory that consists of 5 environmental syste…
a setting in which the individual spends considerable time, s…
involves linkages between microsystems. ex: family and school…
is at work when experiences in another setting (in which the…
Ecological Theory
Brofenbrenner's theory that consists of 5 environmental syste…
microsystem
a setting in which the individual spends considerable time, s…
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Educational Psychology 3
motivation
Darwinist theory
drive theory
arousal theory
desires, impulses, needs that give us direction to engage in…
people are motivated by inherited instincts that cause them t…
need for warmth, food, sleep, and sex is the driving force un…
driven to perform activities to maintain optimum level of phy…
motivation
desires, impulses, needs that give us direction to engage in…
Darwinist theory
people are motivated by inherited instincts that cause them t…
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Educational Psychology 3
Puberty
Menarche
Hormones
Hypothalamus
a period of rapid physical and sexual maturation that occurs…
a girl's first menstruation
powerful chemical substances secreted by the endocrine glands…
a structure in the higher portion of the brain that monitors…
Puberty
a period of rapid physical and sexual maturation that occurs…
Menarche
a girl's first menstruation
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Educational Psychology ch. 3
Psychosocial theory
Psychosocial crisis
Heteronomous morality
Moral dilemmas
A set of principles that relates social environment to psycho…
According to Erikson, the set of critical issues that individ…
In Piajet's theory of moral development, the stage at which a…
In Kohlberg's theory of moral reasoning, hypothetical situati…
Psychosocial theory
A set of principles that relates social environment to psycho…
Psychosocial crisis
According to Erikson, the set of critical issues that individ…
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Educational Psychology Exam 3
Cognitive learning
Domain-Specific Knowledge
General knowledge
Sensory Memory
A general approach that views learning as active mental proce…
Information that is useful in a particular situation/topic.
Information used in many different kinds of tasks/situations.
Holds sensory information briefly
Cognitive learning
A general approach that views learning as active mental proce…
Domain-Specific Knowledge
Information that is useful in a particular situation/topic.
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Educational Psychology 3
Culture
Socioeconomic status (SES)
Resistance culture
Tracking
The knowledge, values, attitudes, and traditions that guide t…
Relative standing in the society based on income, power, back…
Group values and beliefs about refusing to adopt the behavior…
Assignment to different classes and academic experiences base…
Culture
The knowledge, values, attitudes, and traditions that guide t…
Socioeconomic status (SES)
Relative standing in the society based on income, power, back…
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Educational Psychology chap. 3
Self-concept
Self-esteem
Group self-esteem
Personal self-esteem
Typically, ones perceptions about oneself
Generally the level of regard we have for ourselves... * men hav…
Individuals judgment about a group of people to which he or s…
An individual's judgment about his or her personal abilities…
Self-concept
Typically, ones perceptions about oneself
Self-esteem
Generally the level of regard we have for ourselves... * men hav…
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Educational Psychology Exam 3
Which theorist developed attribution t…
Which psychologist proposed the idea o…
Give an example of an external unstabl…
What is the first level of Maslow's hi…
Bernard Weiner
Albert Bandura
Luck
Physiological
Which theorist developed attribution t…
Bernard Weiner
Which psychologist proposed the idea o…
Albert Bandura
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Chapter 3 Educational Psychology
Context
Bronfenbenner: Bioecological Model:
Microsystem
Mesosystem
internal and external circumstances
theory describing the nested social and cultural context that…
persons immediate relationships and activities
the set of interactions and relationships among all elements…
Context
internal and external circumstances
Bronfenbenner: Bioecological Model:
theory describing the nested social and cultural context that…
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Educational Psychology Exam 3
Achievement Motivation
Extrinsic Motivation
Intrinsic Motivation
Self-Determination and Personal Choice
motivation based in achievement
motivation is from an outside source
motivation is an internal source
one is motivated by the belief they can achieve the goal and…
Achievement Motivation
motivation based in achievement
Extrinsic Motivation
motivation is from an outside source
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Educational Psychology Exam 3
Should we use words like "know", "lear…
Internal Conviction
External Conviction
As Christians, what should we want our…
Nope
Conviction from an internal source (how we feel, morals)
Conviction from an external source (not wanting to look bad,…
To be a reflection of Christ
Should we use words like "know", "lear…
Nope
Internal Conviction
Conviction from an internal source (how we feel, morals)
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Educational Psychology Test #3
Positive Reinforcement
Negative Reinforcement
Premack Principle (Grandma's rule)
Punishment Type I
When a desired stimulus is presented after a desired behavior
When you remove an undesired stimulus after desired behavior
Using a preferred activity to reinforce a less preferred acti…
Presenting an undesired stimulus (spanking)
Positive Reinforcement
When a desired stimulus is presented after a desired behavior
Negative Reinforcement
When you remove an undesired stimulus after desired behavior
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Educational Psychology Tests 3
Bio-Ecological Theory
Microsystem
Mesosystem
Exosystem
Development reflects the influence of environmental systems;…
Setting in which the person lives. The most direct interactio…
Involves relations between microsystems or connects between c…
Consists of links between a social setting where the person d…
Bio-Ecological Theory
Development reflects the influence of environmental systems;…
Microsystem
Setting in which the person lives. The most direct interactio…
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Educational psychology ch 3
Personality
Temperament
Marcias 4 stages of identity development
Identity diffusion
Characteristic ways in which an individual behaves and thinks…
General tendency to respond to and deal with environmental st…
Identity diffusion, foreclosure, moratorium, identity achieve…
No clear cut sense of identity, little or no commitment to be…
Personality
Characteristic ways in which an individual behaves and thinks…
Temperament
General tendency to respond to and deal with environmental st…
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Educational Psychology: Chapter 3
Temperament
Family Dynamics
Authoritative Parenting
Authoritarian Parenting
His/Her general tendency to respond and deal with environment…
Attachment- When an infant forms a close bond with their pare…
Combines affection and respect for children with reasonable r…
Parents expect complete and immediate compliance.
Temperament
His/Her general tendency to respond and deal with environment…
Family Dynamics
Attachment- When an infant forms a close bond with their pare…
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Educational Psychology Quiz #3
Development
Types of Development
Bioecological Model
Thepry
Orderly changes in human being we go through from birth to de…
Personal: age related changes in one's personality and ways i…
cognitive development is affected by both genetics and experi…
examines the social context that affects development. Recogni…
Development
Orderly changes in human being we go through from birth to de…
Types of Development
Personal: age related changes in one's personality and ways i…
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Educational Psychology Test #3
Behaviorism
Classical conditioning
Operant conditioning
Unconditioned stimulus (UCS)
Learning theory that emphasizes the predictable role of the e…
Pavlov, Watson... Involuntary behavior... Learning is based on the…
Skinner... Voluntary behavior ... type of learning where behavior i…
Automatically produces a reflexive response; For example, whe…
Behaviorism
Learning theory that emphasizes the predictable role of the e…
Classical conditioning
Pavlov, Watson... Involuntary behavior... Learning is based on the…
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Ch 3 Educational Psychology
Psychosocial theory
Psychosocial crisis
Heteronomous morality
Autonomous morality
A set of principles that relates social environment to psycho…
The set of critical issues that individuals must address as t…
The stage at which children think that rules are unchangeable…
The stage at which a person understands that people make rule…
Psychosocial theory
A set of principles that relates social environment to psycho…
Psychosocial crisis
The set of critical issues that individuals must address as t…
Educational Psychology Chapter 3
Psychosocial Theory
Psychosocial crisis
Heteronomous morality
Autonomous morality
A set of principles that relates social environment to psycho…
According to Erikson, the set of critical issues that individ…
In Piaget's theory of moral development, the stages at which…
In Piaget's theory of moral development, the stage at which a…
Psychosocial Theory
A set of principles that relates social environment to psycho…
Psychosocial crisis
According to Erikson, the set of critical issues that individ…
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Educational Psychology Chapter 3
psychosocial theory
psychosocial crisis
heteronomous morality
autonomous morality
a set of principles that relates social environment to psycho…
according to Erikson the set of critical issues that individu…
In Piaget's theory of moral development the stage at which ch…
In Piaget's theory of moral development, the stage at which a…
psychosocial theory
a set of principles that relates social environment to psycho…
psychosocial crisis
according to Erikson the set of critical issues that individu…
14 terms
chapter 3: Educational Psychology
Bronfenbrenner's Theory
Authoritative:
Authoritarian:
Permissive:
Look at social context in which children live and how they in…
High warmth, high control, love children ... - Set clear limits,…
Low warmth, high control, love children ... - Not openly affecti…
High warmth,low control, love children ... - Few rules or conseq…
Bronfenbrenner's Theory
Look at social context in which children live and how they in…
Authoritative:
High warmth, high control, love children ... - Set clear limits,…
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Educational Psychology 1-3
The best way to learn in and remember…
Most children five years of age and ol…
When an teacher rewards one student fo…
Student are often poor judges of how m…
False
False
False- it gets better. vicarious reinforcement.
True
The best way to learn in and remember…
False
Most children five years of age and ol…
False
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Educational Psychology chapter 3
Personal Development
Social Development
Personality
Temperament
Development with age of distinctive behavioral styles and inc…
Development of increasingly sophisticated understandings of o…
Characteristic ways in which an individual behaves and thinks…
Genetic predisposition to respond in particular ways to one's…
Personal Development
Development with age of distinctive behavioral styles and inc…
Social Development
Development of increasingly sophisticated understandings of o…
10 terms
Educational Psychology Chapter 3
psychosocial theory
psychosocial crisis
heteronomous morality
autonomous morality
A set of principles that relates social environment to psycho…
According to Erikson, the set of critical issues that individ…
In Piaget's theory of moral development, the stage at which c…
In Piaget's theory of moral development, the stage at which a…
psychosocial theory
A set of principles that relates social environment to psycho…
psychosocial crisis
According to Erikson, the set of critical issues that individ…
57 terms
Educational Psychology Chapter 3
Personal Development
Social Development
Personality
Temperament
Development, with age, of distinctive behavioral styles and i…
Development, with age, of increasingly sophisticated understa…
Characteristic ways in which an individual behaves and thinks…
Genetic predisposition to respond in particular ways to one's…
Personal Development
Development, with age, of distinctive behavioral styles and i…
Social Development
Development, with age, of increasingly sophisticated understa…
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Educational Psychology Chapter 3
Peers
Prosocial Behavior
Solitary Play
Parallel Play
People who are equal in age or status.
Actions that show respect and caring for one another.
Play that occurs alone.
Play in which children engage in the same activity side by si…
Peers
People who are equal in age or status.
Prosocial Behavior
Actions that show respect and caring for one another.
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Educational Psychology Exam #3
Piaget's Stages of Development
Disequilibrium
Accommodation
Assimilation
Piaget's stages of development discuss the hypothesized diffe…
Disequilibrium is defined as the "out of balance" state that…
Accommodation is defined as altering existing schemes or crea…
Assimilation is defined as fitting new information into exist…
Piaget's Stages of Development
Piaget's stages of development discuss the hypothesized diffe…
Disequilibrium
Disequilibrium is defined as the "out of balance" state that…
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Educational Psychology: Chapter 3
Personality
temperament
Baumrind Parenting Styles
authoritarian
characteristic ways in which an individual behaves & thinks i…
the general tendency to respond to & deal with environmental…
authoritarian, permissive, authoritative
control, parent expects obedience, tend to be harsh, less emo…
Personality
characteristic ways in which an individual behaves & thinks i…
temperament
the general tendency to respond to & deal with environmental…
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Educational psychology chapter 3
Personal development
Social development
Personality
Temperament
Development, with age, of distinctive behavioral styles and i…
Development, with age, of increasingly sophisticated understa…
Characteristic ways in which an individual behaves and thinks…
Genetic predisposition to respond in particular ways to ones…
Personal development
Development, with age, of distinctive behavioral styles and i…
Social development
Development, with age, of increasingly sophisticated understa…
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Educational Psychology Chapter 3
Psychosocial Theory
Prosocial behaviors
Parallel Play
Cooperative Play
A set of principles that relates social environment to psycho…
Actions that show respect and caring for others
Play in which children engage in the same activity side by si…
Play in which children join together to achieve a common goal
Psychosocial Theory
A set of principles that relates social environment to psycho…
Prosocial behaviors
Actions that show respect and caring for others
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Educational Psychology Chapter 3
Ecological Theory
Authoritarian Parenting
Authoritative Parenting
Neglectful Parenting
Bronfenbrenner's theory that consists of five environmental s…
A restrictive and punitive parenting style in which there is…
A positive parenting style that encourages children to be ind…
A parenting style of uninvolvment in which parents spend litt…
Ecological Theory
Bronfenbrenner's theory that consists of five environmental s…
Authoritarian Parenting
A restrictive and punitive parenting style in which there is…
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Educational Psychology Exam #3
1) What is an Assessment?
Necessary and Appropriate uses of an A…
Unnecessary and Inappropriate uses of…
Formative Assessment
1) A process by which we will try to determine how much a per…
Necessary uses:... making predictions ... (high GPA→ high ACT scor…
Inappropriate uses:... using first impressions to make judgmen…
Assessment used to help guide education decisions / choices.…
1) What is an Assessment?
1) A process by which we will try to determine how much a per…
Necessary and Appropriate uses of an A…
Necessary uses:... making predictions ... (high GPA→ high ACT scor…
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