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Student Diversity-Educational Psychology
Aptitude-treatment Interaction
Sex-role Behavior
Multicultural Education
Gender Bias
The concept that some instructional strategies (treatments) a…
Refers to the child that acts like their role models. If one…
Refers to any form of education or teaching that incorporates…
1.) Reinforcing gender stereotypes... 2.) Maintaining sex separa…
Aptitude-treatment Interaction
The concept that some instructional strategies (treatments) a…
Sex-role Behavior
Refers to the child that acts like their role models. If one…
Educational Psychology Chapter 4 (Student Diversity)
Culture
Socioeconomic Status (SES)
lower class
middle class
Language, attitudes, ways of behaving that characterize a gro…
A measure of prestige within a social group that is most ofte…
A term used for families who live in the urban or rural under…
This class provides good role models for language use, talk a…
Culture
Language, attitudes, ways of behaving that characterize a gro…
Socioeconomic Status (SES)
A measure of prestige within a social group that is most ofte…
Educational Psychology: Chapter 4 Student Diversity
Culture
Socioeconomic status
Resilience
Ethnic group
The language, attitudes, ways of behaving, and other aspects…
A measure of prestige within a social group that is most ofte…
The ability to succeed despite many risk factors
A group within a larger society that sees itself as having a…
Culture
The language, attitudes, ways of behaving, and other aspects…
Socioeconomic status
A measure of prestige within a social group that is most ofte…
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Chapter 5: Language Development, Language Diversity, AND Immigrant Education (Educational Psychology)
Define Expressive Vocabulary.
Define Receptive Vocabulary.
Define Overregularize.
Define Syntax.
The words a person can speak.
The words a person can understand in spoken or written words.
To apply a rule of syntax or grammar in situations where the…
The order of words in phrases or sentences.
Define Expressive Vocabulary.
The words a person can speak.
Define Receptive Vocabulary.
The words a person can understand in spoken or written words.
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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…
Educational Diversity
Socioeconomic status
Multicultural education
Multicultural curriculum
Sex role stereotyping
Has more effect than race and culture, combined measure of wo…
Education providing students equal opportunities no matter th…
Addresses the needs and backgrounds of all students , regardl…
Beliefs subtly encouraging males and females conforming to be…
Socioeconomic status
Has more effect than race and culture, combined measure of wo…
Multicultural education
Education providing students equal opportunities no matter th…
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Educational Diversity
Socioeconomic status
Multicultural education
Multicultural curriculum
Sex role stereotyping
Has more effect than race and culture, combined measure of wo…
Education providing students equal opportunities no matter th…
Addresses the needs and backgrounds of all students , regardl…
Beliefs subtly encouraging males and females conforming to be…
Socioeconomic status
Has more effect than race and culture, combined measure of wo…
Multicultural education
Education providing students equal opportunities no matter th…
Educational Psychology Anita Woolfolk 12th Edition Ch. 5 ELL/Diversity
1. What factors play a key role in lan…
2. What must children be able to do in…
3. When and how do you learn language?
4. By what age do most children master…
1. Biological, cultural, and experimental factors play a key…
2. Children must be able to read the intentions of others so…
3. Children learn language as they develop other cognitive ab…
4. About age 5, most children have mastered the sounds of the…
1. What factors play a key role in lan…
1. Biological, cultural, and experimental factors play a key…
2. What must children be able to do in…
2. Children must be able to read the intentions of others so…
Educational- diversity
What do you have to think about when t…
What is a challenge of education now t…
What did Harlin, Sirota, & Bailey, (20…
What is the biggest risk found by Harl…
• Tendency to think inclusion in schools relates only to the…
• 1951: non-white population in Britain around 50,000... • 1996/…
Children's academic outcomes are strongly influenced by teach…
Black children between the ages of 9 and 10 have self-percept…
What do you have to think about when t…
• Tendency to think inclusion in schools relates only to the…
What is a challenge of education now t…
• 1951: non-white population in Britain around 50,000... • 1996/…
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Educational diversity
What students do worst?
Why are white national average
Do black girls or boys do better?
Do white or black working class girls…
Black paki and banga
Make up majority of the population
Girls
Black
What students do worst?
Black paki and banga
Why are white national average
Make up majority of the population
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Diversity in Education
The shift in demographics in our count…
Social institutions in a society provide
All of the following changes have occu…
Which of the following is true in term…
A. the high immigration rates from non-European countries.... B.…
internalized rules, or norms, of behavior.
the divorce rate is significantly lower than it was 10 years…
Both "new age" and fundamentalist religious groups are thrivi…
The shift in demographics in our count…
A. the high immigration rates from non-European countries.... B.…
Social institutions in a society provide
internalized rules, or norms, of behavior.
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Educational Psychology
Principle of Classroom Management
Important principle of educational psy…
What makes a good teacher
intentionality
Maintain momentum in the lesson, deal with behavioral problem…
make abstract ideas by using many examples, relate the conten…
1. The ability to carry out all tasks involved in effective i…
doing things for the purpose; teachers who use intentionality…
Principle of Classroom Management
Maintain momentum in the lesson, deal with behavioral problem…
Important principle of educational psy…
make abstract ideas by using many examples, relate the conten…
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Diversity in Education
The shift in demographics in our count…
Social institutions in a society provide
All of the following changes have occu…
Which of the following is true in term…
A. the high immigration rates from non-European countries.... B.…
internalized rules, or norms, of behavior.
new family forms are becoming common.... more families are in po…
Both "new age" and fundamentalist religious groups are thrivi…
The shift in demographics in our count…
A. the high immigration rates from non-European countries.... B.…
Social institutions in a society provide
internalized rules, or norms, of behavior.
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EDUC DIVERSITY
Profession of teaching
Reasons to be a teacher?
Satisfactions and disatisfsctions
Teacher preparation programs
A person who facilitates learning: teaching is an art and a s…
Desire to work with young people.... Make a contribution to soci…
Satisfactions:... -Joy of working with children.... -The sense of m…
Standards and accountability led by INTASC, NCATE/CAEP, and N…
Profession of teaching
A person who facilitates learning: teaching is an art and a s…
Reasons to be a teacher?
Desire to work with young people.... Make a contribution to soci…
Diversity in Education
Case law
Inclusion
Response to Intervention
Accent
Published opinions of judges, which interpret statutes, regul…
The placement of special education students in general educat…
A multi-tiered pre-referral method involving increasingly int…
How an individual pronounces words.
Case law
Published opinions of judges, which interpret statutes, regul…
Inclusion
The placement of special education students in general educat…
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EDUCATIONAL PSYCHOLOGY
Positive correlation
Correlation coefficients
Cerebellum
Experience dependent
relationship between two variables in which the two increase…
The main result of a statistical correlation, abbreviated as…
The cerebellum is a major structure of the hindbrain that is…
The ability of the brain, both in development and in adulthoo…
Positive correlation
relationship between two variables in which the two increase…
Correlation coefficients
The main result of a statistical correlation, abbreviated as…
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Educational Psychology
What is Educational Psychology?
Constructivist approach to learning
Schema
Schema example
The study and application of psychological principles that in…
The belief that learning occurs when learners are actively in…
A mental idea, or organised mental representation, of what so…
A dog is furry, has four legs and a tail
What is Educational Psychology?
The study and application of psychological principles that in…
Constructivist approach to learning
The belief that learning occurs when learners are actively in…
54 terms
Diversity in Education
What is behaviorism?
What is Pavlov's Theory?
What is Skinner's Theory?
Positive Reinforcement
-Individual's behavior is determined by environmental factors…
-Classical Conditioning ... -Behaviors can be associated with re…
-Operant Conditioning... -Behaviors that have a positive effect…
Likelihood of a certain behavior increases as a result of the…
What is behaviorism?
-Individual's behavior is determined by environmental factors…
What is Pavlov's Theory?
-Classical Conditioning ... -Behaviors can be associated with re…
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Educational Psychology
ZPD
scaffold
schema
Lev Vygotsky
distance between actual independent problem solving abilities…
Adjusting the support offered during a teaching session to fi…
A concept or framework that organizes and interprets informat…
ZPD
distance between actual independent problem solving abilities…
scaffold
Adjusting the support offered during a teaching session to fi…
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 Leadership Culture and Diversity
Societal Culture
Organizational Culture
Cross - cultural
Societal culture
the norms and values of a particular society
a group culture found within a school or business
Indicates a comparison across 2 or more societal cultures... Ex:…
Is deeply ingrained in tradition and evolves slowly
Societal Culture
the norms and values of a particular society
Organizational Culture
a group culture found within a school or business
521 terms
Educational Psychology
Group differences
individual differences
inclusion
pedagogical content knowledge
Consistently observed differences (on average) among diverse…
variability in abilities and characteristics (intelligence, p…
practice of educating all students, including those with seve…
knowledge about effective methods of teaching a specific cont…
Group differences
Consistently observed differences (on average) among diverse…
individual differences
variability in abilities and characteristics (intelligence, p…
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Educational Psychology
heuristic
repetition
rehearsal
schema
means of solving a problem
o
o
o
heuristic
means of solving a problem
repetition
o
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Educational Psychology
pedagogy
intentionality
teacher efficacy
critical thinking
The study of teaching and learning with applications to the i…
Doing things for a purpose; teachers plan their actions based…
The degree to which teachers feel that their own efforts dete…
Evaluation of conclusions through logical and systematic exam…
pedagogy
The study of teaching and learning with applications to the i…
intentionality
Doing things for a purpose; teachers plan their actions based…
196 terms
Educational Psychology
neural stimulus
concrete operations
goal orientations
hypothetico-deductive reasoning
in classical conditioning, a stimulus that elicits no respons…
Piaget's theory (stage) 7-11 years Everything is black or whi…
patterns of beliefs about goals related to achievement in sch…
A formal operations problem solving strategy in which an indi…
neural stimulus
in classical conditioning, a stimulus that elicits no respons…
concrete operations
Piaget's theory (stage) 7-11 years Everything is black or whi…
521 terms
Educational Psychology
Group differences
individual differences
inclusion
pedagogical content knowledge
Consistently observed differences (on average) among diverse…
variability in abilities and characteristics (intelligence, p…
practice of educating all students, including those with seve…
knowledge about effective methods of teaching a specific cont…
Group differences
Consistently observed differences (on average) among diverse…
individual differences
variability in abilities and characteristics (intelligence, p…
35 terms
Educational Psychology
Development
Piaget
Piaget- Assimilation
Piaget- Accommodation
how people grow, adapt, and change over a lifetime
Cognitive-development stage theory (Discontinuous development…
understanding a new object or event in relation to an existin…
modifying an existing scheme with new information
Development
how people grow, adapt, and change over a lifetime
Piaget
Cognitive-development stage theory (Discontinuous development…
Educational Psychology
Development
Continuous Theories of Development
Discontinuous Theories of Development
schemes
orderly and lasting growth, adaptation, and change over the c…
theories based on the belief that human development progresse…
theories describing human development as occurring through a…
mental patterns that guide behavior
Development
orderly and lasting growth, adaptation, and change over the c…
Continuous Theories of Development
theories based on the belief that human development progresse…
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Educational Psychology
Development
Piaget
Piaget- Assimilation
Piaget- Accommodation
how people grow, adapt, and change over a lifetime
Cognitive-development stage theory (Discontinuous development…
understanding a new object or event in relation to an existin…
modifying an existing scheme with new information
Development
how people grow, adapt, and change over a lifetime
Piaget
Cognitive-development stage theory (Discontinuous development…
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Educational Psych: Chapter 4 Diversity
Culture
Socioeconomic Status (SES)
Ethnic Group
Ethnicity
The language, attitudes, ways of behaving, and other aspects…
A measure of prestige within a social group that is most ofte…
A group within a larger society that sees itself as having a…
A history, culture, and sense of identity shared by a group o…
Culture
The language, attitudes, ways of behaving, and other aspects…
Socioeconomic Status (SES)
A measure of prestige within a social group that is most ofte…
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Educational Psychology
No Child Left Behind
Concerns of Educational Psychology
Correlation
Maturation
Education Act of 2002 that required standardized testing in r…
Applying psychological principles to the classroom
strength and direction of a relationship
genetically-programmed biological changes
No Child Left Behind
Education Act of 2002 that required standardized testing in r…
Concerns of Educational Psychology
Applying psychological principles to the classroom
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Educational psychology
Name the four kinds of knowledge requi…
Professional knowledge
Pedagogical content knowledge
Knowledge of learners and learning
•professional knowledge... •knowledge of content ... •pedagogical c…
The body of info and skills that are unique to a particular a…
An understanding of how to represent topics in ways that make…
Understanding how students learn. Ex: students generally know…
Name the four kinds of knowledge requi…
•professional knowledge... •knowledge of content ... •pedagogical c…
Professional knowledge
The body of info and skills that are unique to a particular a…
Educational Psychology
Skinner
Pavlov
classical conditioning
conditioned stimulus
used operant conditioning, rats going through the maze in a b…
behavioral theorist used classical conditioning, dogs
The process of repeatedly associating a previously neutral st…
A previously neutral stimulus that evokes a particular respon…
Skinner
used operant conditioning, rats going through the maze in a b…
Pavlov
behavioral theorist used classical conditioning, dogs
Educational Psychology
They judge their success based on thei…
will effect the lives of teachers ever…
relate to improving learning and instr…
inappropriate unless supported by rese…
According to the Woolfolk text, which of the following is tru…
According to James Popham, the law No Child Left Behind
The concerns of educational psychology are distinctive in tha…
Use of the "common sense" approach to teaching is viewed by e…
They judge their success based on thei…
According to the Woolfolk text, which of the following is tru…
will effect the lives of teachers ever…
According to James Popham, the law No Child Left Behind
Educational Psychology
Skinner
Pavlov
classical conditioning
conditioned stimulus
used operant conditioning, rats going through the maze in a b…
behavioral theorist used classical conditioning, dogs
The process of repeatedly associating a previously neutral st…
A previously neutral stimulus that evokes a particular respon…
Skinner
used operant conditioning, rats going through the maze in a b…
Pavlov
behavioral theorist used classical conditioning, dogs
Education Psychology
Vygotsky
Piage
Bronfenbrenner
Erikson
Psychologist that sees students learning in groups
Psychologist that established stages of cognitive development
Created a model of self concept
Psychologist that established social development stages
Vygotsky
Psychologist that sees students learning in groups
Piage
Psychologist that established stages of cognitive development
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Educational Psychology
educational psychology
pedagogy (instruction)
intentionality
critical thinking
study of learners, learning, and teaching
link between what a teacher wants students to learn and stude…
doing things for a reason, on purpose. Intentional teachers c…
logical and systematic approach to the many dilemmas that are…
educational psychology
study of learners, learning, and teaching
pedagogy (instruction)
link between what a teacher wants students to learn and stude…
Educational Psychology
What is Educational Psychology?
Constructivist approach to learning
Schema
Schema example
The study and application of psychological principles that in…
The belief that learning occurs when learners are actively in…
A mental idea, or organised mental representation, of what so…
A dog is furry, has four legs and a tail
What is Educational Psychology?
The study and application of psychological principles that in…
Constructivist approach to learning
The belief that learning occurs when learners are actively in…
educational psychology
educational psychology
who founded the field of educational p…
multidimensionality of teaching
3 ingredients for effective teaching
branch of psychology that specializes in teaching and learnin…
william james-first psych textbook, observe classrooms to bet…
many events occur simultaneously ... many different domains... over…
1. professional knowledge & skills... 2. commitment... 3. personal…
educational psychology
branch of psychology that specializes in teaching and learnin…
who founded the field of educational p…
william james-first psych textbook, observe classrooms to bet…
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Educational Psychology Chapter 12
intellectual disabilities
Intelligence quotient (IQ)
Learning disabilities (LD)
Attention deficit hyperactivity disord…
disorders, usually present at birth, that result in below-ave…
An intelligence test score that should be near 100 for people…
Disorders that impede academic progress of people who are not…
A disorder characterized by difficulties maintaining attentio…
intellectual disabilities
disorders, usually present at birth, that result in below-ave…
Intelligence quotient (IQ)
An intelligence test score that should be near 100 for people…
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Educational Psychology
Citation: Bandura, A. (1986). Social f…
Citation: Wertheimer, M.(1959). Produc…
Citation: Berliner, D. C. (2006). Educ…
Citation: Murphy, P. K. & Mason L. (20…
Englewood Cliffs, NJ: Prentice Hall.
Michael Wertheimer (Ed.) New York, NY: Harper and Brothers.
In P. A. Alexander & P. H. Winne (Eds.) Handbook of Education…
In P. A. Alexander & P. H. Winne (Eds.) Handbook of Education…
Citation: Bandura, A. (1986). Social f…
Englewood Cliffs, NJ: Prentice Hall.
Citation: Wertheimer, M.(1959). Produc…
Michael Wertheimer (Ed.) New York, NY: Harper and Brothers.
149 terms
Educational Psychology
Educational Psychology
1. Understand major psychology theorie…
1. Observations... 2. Self-Reports... 3. Psy…
1. Naturalistic... 2. Structured
The study of what people think, do, and feel in educational s…
What are the 4 major goals of learning?
What are the 5 Sources of Data/Types of Measures?
What are the 2 types of Observations?
Educational Psychology
The study of what people think, do, and feel in educational s…
1. Understand major psychology theorie…
What are the 4 major goals of learning?
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Psychology of Diversity
diversity
relational demography
compelling interest
psychology of diversity
refers to those characteristics that make us different from o…
the idea that both demographic differences and similarities b…
as enunciated by Justice O'Connor, the legal basis for determ…
examines the basic psychological processes that are triggered…
diversity
refers to those characteristics that make us different from o…
relational demography
the idea that both demographic differences and similarities b…
14 terms
Educational Psychology
Motivation
3 TYPES OF MOTIVATION
5 THEORY BASED APPROACHES TO MOTIVATION
MASLOW'S HIERARCHY OF NEEDS
Motivation is an internal state that arouses, directs, and ma…
Amotivation, Intrinsic, Extrinsic
1.Behavioral approach: rewards and incentives 2. 2.Humanistic…
Motivation
Motivation is an internal state that arouses, directs, and ma…
3 TYPES OF MOTIVATION
Amotivation, Intrinsic, Extrinsic
40 terms
Educational Psychology
Affective domain
Behaviorism
Cerebellum
Cerebral cortex
Objectives focusing on attitudes and feelings
Explanations of learning that focus on external events as the…
the part of the brain at the back of the skull in vertebrates…
outer layer of the cerebrum, composed of folded gray matter a…
Affective domain
Objectives focusing on attitudes and feelings
Behaviorism
Explanations of learning that focus on external events as the…
26 terms
Psychology of Diversity
social categorization
social construction
identity
race
categorizing people into social groups; causes in groups and…
jointly constructed understanding of the world; wouldn't exis…
cluster of knowledge about yourself; answer to the question w…
social construction; form of social grouping that relies on p…
social categorization
categorizing people into social groups; causes in groups and…
social construction
jointly constructed understanding of the world; wouldn't exis…
12 terms
Educational psychology
Educational psychology
William James
John Dewey
E. L Thorndike
The branch of psychology the specializes in understanding tea…
1842-1952, Created principles of physology and gave a series…
1852-1952, Driving force in pratical applications and everyon…
1874-1949, assesstment & measured promoted the idea that educ…
Educational psychology
The branch of psychology the specializes in understanding tea…
William James
1842-1952, Created principles of physology and gave a series…
67 terms
Educational Psychology
Adaptive Teaching
Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder
Anxiety Disorders
Authentic Assessment
Provides all students with challenging instruction and uses s…
Current term for disruptive behavior disorders marked by over…
Anxiety is experiencing general uneasiness, self-doubt, and t…
Assessment procedures that test skills and abilities as they…
Adaptive Teaching
Provides all students with challenging instruction and uses s…
Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder
Current term for disruptive behavior disorders marked by over…
56 terms
Chapter 7 - Educational Psychology
Learning
Behavioral learning theories
Contiguity
Stimulus
Process through which experience causes permanent change in k…
Explanations of learning that focus on external events as the…
Association of two events because of repeated pairing.
Event that activates Behavior.
Learning
Process through which experience causes permanent change in k…
Behavioral learning theories
Explanations of learning that focus on external events as the…
40 terms
Educational Psychology
Something that grounds a child because…
The wrong answer offered as choices in…
Which is not a characteristic of a goo…
Range is defined as
Self Fulfilling Prophecy
Distractors
The test fits middle class language
Distance between the highest and lowest scores in a group
Something that grounds a child because…
Self Fulfilling Prophecy
The wrong answer offered as choices in…
Distractors
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