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Learning Theories and Educational Psychology
What is behaviourism?
What is the behaviour model?
Who is Pavlov?
Who are Watson and Thorndike?
Behaviourism is a learning theory developed in psychology.
The behaviour model is based on the idea that learning as not…
He was the first to complete his research on the connection b…
They focused on the conditioning processes from which learnin…
What is behaviourism?
Behaviourism is a learning theory developed in psychology.
What is the behaviour model?
The behaviour model is based on the idea that learning as not…
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Educational Psychology Theories and Theorists
Doctrine of Intellect
2 Universal Laws of Learning
Law of Association
The Use of Information
through active mental process man can know truth; wisdom is t…
1.) the law of association... 2.) the use of information
1.) contiguity (time)... 2.) similarity (likeness)... 2.) Contrast…
1.) induction (inductive reasoning) - reasoning from particul…
Doctrine of Intellect
through active mental process man can know truth; wisdom is t…
2 Universal Laws of Learning
1.) the law of association... 2.) the use of information
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Educational Psychology - Theories of Bullying
THEORIES OF BULLYING
ECOLOGICAL SYSTEMS THEORIES - BRONFENB…
EST - MICROSYSTEM
EST - MESOSYSTEM
- Social Information Processing Model... - Theory of Family Infl…
Conceptualises an individual's social environment as 4 interr…
- A pattern of activities, roles and interpersonal relationsh…
- Describes the relationships between two or more settings in…
THEORIES OF BULLYING
- Social Information Processing Model... - Theory of Family Infl…
ECOLOGICAL SYSTEMS THEORIES - BRONFENB…
Conceptualises an individual's social environment as 4 interr…
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Educational Psychology-Learning Theories
About Hermann Ebbinghaus (3)
About Wilhelm Wundt (5)
About John Dewey (4)
About Ivan Pavlov (3)
1st to try to separate philosophy from psychology... *Best known…
Structuralism... Known as "founder of scientific psychology" and…
Functionalism... *Adaptation to the environment-behavior determi…
Classical Conditioning... Use of scientific method... *Learning is…
About Hermann Ebbinghaus (3)
1st to try to separate philosophy from psychology... *Best known…
About Wilhelm Wundt (5)
Structuralism... Known as "founder of scientific psychology" and…
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Educational Psychology Theories & Theorists
Cattel & Horn
Banks
Spearman
Doyle
Fluid & Crystallized Intelligence - fluid intelligence is tie…
Multicultural Education - education for all races and peoples…
Limited Intelligence - individuals have varied amounts of g,…
Research - people don't listen to research, instead they reve…
Cattel & Horn
Fluid & Crystallized Intelligence - fluid intelligence is tie…
Banks
Multicultural Education - education for all races and peoples…
Educational Psychology (Theories and Definitions)
Cognitive Development
Scaffolding
Zone of Proximal Development
Role of Language
environment/culture influences ability to think and learn
assistance to achieve from a knowledgeable and competent source
gap between what can be achieved alone and with help
how adults transmit knowledge to children and a tool for chil…
Cognitive Development
environment/culture influences ability to think and learn
Scaffolding
assistance to achieve from a knowledgeable and competent source
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Educational Psychology Learning Theories and Theorists
Wrote the Doctrine of Intellect
Said through active mental processes m…
Believed that wisdom was the key
Purposed the two universal laws of lea…
Aristotle
Aristotle
Aristotle
Aristotle
Wrote the Doctrine of Intellect
Aristotle
Said through active mental processes m…
Aristotle
Educational Psychology Theories of Motivation and Affect
Motivation
Intrinsic Motivation
Extrinsic Motivation
Example of Intrinsic Motivation
to learn can be the processes that direct and sustain student…
to be involved in learning activity for its own sake
to be involved in a learning activity as a means to an end.
I am studying this topic because I find it interesting
Motivation
to learn can be the processes that direct and sustain student…
Intrinsic Motivation
to be involved in learning activity for its own sake
317 terms
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 Psychology Ch. 6 Motivational Theory
Motivation
Four types of learner behaviors or beh…
Intrinsic motivation
Extrinsic motivation
A mental process that activates, directs, and maintains behav…
1. The choices they make... 2. The effort they invest in achievi…
When motivation is directed toward achieving and maintaining…
Motivation that arises from an external reward. Learners beco…
Motivation
A mental process that activates, directs, and maintains behav…
Four types of learner behaviors or beh…
1. The choices they make... 2. The effort they invest in achievi…
Educational Psychology Ch10: Theories in Motivation
Importance of Motivation in Education
Motivated students do this/have this (3)
Motivation
Types of motivation
Correlation between motivation and achievement
1. positive attitude toward school; school is satisfying... 2. p…
an internal state that arouses, directs, and maintains behavior
Extrinsic and intrinsic
Importance of Motivation in Education
Correlation between motivation and achievement
Motivated students do this/have this (3)
1. positive attitude toward school; school is satisfying... 2. p…
Educational Psychology Ch. 4 Social Cognitive Theory
reciprocal determinism
symbolic representation
Imaginal representation
verbal representation
The idea that learners' behaviors are determined by the recip…
The process of translating experiences into mental models tha…
allows learners to translate experiences into enduring mental…
this system translates out experiences into verbal codes. For…
reciprocal determinism
The idea that learners' behaviors are determined by the recip…
symbolic representation
The process of translating experiences into mental models tha…
154 terms
ED 322, PCC, Educational Psychology, Learning Theory
Matthew 28:19-20
A Bible-based, Christ-centered process…
Colossians 2:8
Beware lest any man spoil you through…
Christ has commanded us all to be teachers (reference)
Definition of Christian education
Theme verse for class
Colossians 2:8
Matthew 28:19-20
Christ has commanded us all to be teachers (reference)
A Bible-based, Christ-centered process…
Definition of Christian education
Educational Psychology Ch10: Theories in Motivation
Importance of Motivation in Education
Motivated students do this/have this (3)
Motivation
Types of motivation
Correlation between motivation and achievement
1. positive attitude toward school; school is satisfying... 2. p…
an internal state that arouses, directs, and maintains behavior
Extrinsic and intrinsic
Importance of Motivation in Education
Correlation between motivation and achievement
Motivated students do this/have this (3)
1. positive attitude toward school; school is satisfying... 2. p…
54 terms
Module 2 Research and Theory in Educational Psychology
William James
G. Stanley Hall
Hall
E. L. Thorndike
In 1890 at Harvard, he founded the field of psychology in Ame…
a student of James's, he founded the American Psychological A…
He encouraged teachers to make detailed observations to study…
another of James's students, he wrote the first educational p…
William James
In 1890 at Harvard, he founded the field of psychology in Ame…
G. Stanley Hall
a student of James's, he founded the American Psychological A…
80 terms
Educational Psychology (w/o Theories and Theorists)
Christian Education
Colossians 2:8
What is educational psychology concern…
Learning
a Bible based, Christ centered process of leading a learner t…
Beware lest any man spoil you through philosophy and vain dec…
1.) learner... 2.) the learning situation... 3.) the learning process
any relative permanent change in behavior or thought that is…
Christian Education
a Bible based, Christ centered process of leading a learner t…
Colossians 2:8
Beware lest any man spoil you through philosophy and vain dec…
522 terms
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…
Educational Psychology Chapter 5 (Behavioral Theories of Learning)
behavioral learning theories
social learning theories
cognitive learning theories
learning
Explanations of learning that emphasize observable changes in…
Learning theories that emphasize not only reinforcement but a…
Explanations of learning that focus on mental processes.
A change in an individual that results from experience.
behavioral learning theories
Explanations of learning that emphasize observable changes in…
social learning theories
Learning theories that emphasize not only reinforcement but a…
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Educational Psychology Theories and Theorists - Quiz 14
Wrote the Doctrine of Intellect
Said through active mental processes m…
Believed that wisdom was the key
Purposed the two universal laws of lea…
Aristotle
Aristotle
Aristotle
Aristotle
Wrote the Doctrine of Intellect
Aristotle
Said through active mental processes m…
Aristotle
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Educational Psychology: Theory and Practice - Chapter 13 and Chapter 14
Task Analysis
Identify Prerequisite Skills
Identify Component Skills
Formative Evaluation
Breaking tasking down into fundamental sub skills.
First Step of Task Analysis; what should students know before…
Second Step of Task Analysis; what sub skills must students e…
Evaluation designed to determine whether additional instructi…
Task Analysis
Breaking tasking down into fundamental sub skills.
Identify Prerequisite Skills
First Step of Task Analysis; what should students know before…
48 terms
ED 322, PCC, Educational Psychology, Learning Theories
Matthew 28:19-20
A Bible-based, Christ-centered process…
Colossians 2:8
Beware lest any man spoil you through…
Christ has commanded us all to be teachers (reference)
Definition of Christian education
Theme verse for class
Colossians 2:8
Matthew 28:19-20
Christ has commanded us all to be teachers (reference)
A Bible-based, Christ-centered process…
Definition of Christian education
A2 OCR Psychology - Education Studies/Theories
Piaget
Bruner
Vygotsky
Watson and Raynor
Four stages of Cognitive Development
3 modes of representation
Zone of Proximal Development
Conditioned emotional responses in a child
Piaget
Four stages of Cognitive Development
Bruner
3 modes of representation
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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…
26 terms
educational psychology exam #2 Theories of learning
Theories of learning
Information Processing Theory
Executive Functioning
extraneous CL
cognitive, behavioral, social cognitive, contextual
stimuli, sensory memory, attention, STM, processing, LTM, goe…
what we tend to, develop mental trends, cognitive load
imposed by the manner in which info. is presented to learners
Theories of learning
cognitive, behavioral, social cognitive, contextual
Information Processing Theory
stimuli, sensory memory, attention, STM, processing, LTM, goe…
18 terms
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…
7 terms
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…
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…
340 terms
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…
10 terms
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
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…
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…
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…
5 terms
Educational Theories
Perrenialism
Essentialism
Reconstructionism
Existentialism
Unchanging curriculum
Basic curriculum
Society
Individual
Perrenialism
Unchanging curriculum
Essentialism
Basic curriculum
14 terms
Educational Theories
Health Locus of Control,
Self-efficacy Theory
Behavioral Intent
Social Learning Theory/Social Cognitiv…
Wallston, et al., 1976
Bandura, 1977
Ajzen & Fishbein, 1973
Rotter, 1954/Bandura, 1977
Health Locus of Control,
Wallston, et al., 1976
Self-efficacy Theory
Bandura, 1977
18 terms
Educational theory
philosophical orientations
cognitive processing
Academic rationalism
Technology
cognitive processing, academic rationalism, technology, socia…
amassing the facts, gathering and organizing data, problem so…
emphasis on theory, study or intellectually and artistically…
focus on practical and technical behaviors, clearly delineati…
philosophical orientations
cognitive processing, academic rationalism, technology, socia…
cognitive processing
amassing the facts, gathering and organizing data, problem so…
11 terms
Theories in Education
Jean Piaget
Stephen Krashen
Lev Vygotsky
John Dewey
Students construct their own meanings
Second Language Acquisition
Zone of Proximal Development
Learn by doing, students must interact with the material to b…
Jean Piaget
Students construct their own meanings
Stephen Krashen
Second Language Acquisition
19 terms
Educational theories
constructivism
Behaviorism
Sensorimotor stage (birth - 2 years old)
Object permanence
Philosophy of learning founded on the premise that, by reflec…
Philosophy of learning that only focuses on objectively obser…
Infants and toddlers acquire knowledge through sensory experi…
The understanding that objects continue to exist even when th…
constructivism
Philosophy of learning founded on the premise that, by reflec…
Behaviorism
Philosophy of learning that only focuses on objectively obser…
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…
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…
50 terms
Educational Psychology Chapter 6: Information Processing and Cognitive Theories of Learning
information-processing theory
sensory register
perception
attention
Cognitive theory of learning that describes the processing, s…
Component of the memory system in which information is receiv…
A person's interpretation of stimuli.
Active focus on certain stimuli to the exclusion of others.
information-processing theory
Cognitive theory of learning that describes the processing, s…
sensory register
Component of the memory system in which information is receiv…
40 terms
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
Educational Psychology Chapter 6 (Information Processing and Cognitive Theories of Learning)
information-processing theory
sensory register
5 senses
perception
Cognitive theory of learning that describes the processing, s…
Component of the memory system in which information is receiv…
sight, hearing, touch, smell, taste
A person's mental interpretation of stimuli (influenced by ou…
information-processing theory
Cognitive theory of learning that describes the processing, s…
sensory register
Component of the memory system in which information is receiv…
7 terms
Educational Theories
Social Development Theory
Six Stages of Development and Growth
Four Stages of Development
Three Modes of Representation
Developed in the late 1800s, suggests that social interaction…
Specific tasks that children must master to develop normally.
Children learn facts, concepts and principles through sensori…
A series of developmental steps or stages children encounter…
Social Development Theory
Developed in the late 1800s, suggests that social interaction…
Six Stages of Development and Growth
Specific tasks that children must master to develop normally.
9 terms
Educational Theories
Pressley, Michael
Pearson, P. David
Bruner, Jerome
Vygotsky, Lev
Comprehension Strategy Instruction
Gradual Release of Responsibility
Scaffolding
Zone of Proximal Development
Pressley, Michael
Comprehension Strategy Instruction
Pearson, P. David
Gradual Release of Responsibility
Educational Theories
Perrenialism
Essentialism
Reconstructionism
Existentialism
Unchanging curriculum
Basic curriculum
Society
Individual
Perrenialism
Unchanging curriculum
Essentialism
Basic curriculum
51 terms
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…
12 terms
Theories of Education
Social solidarity
Secondary socialisation
Meritocracy
Role allocation (sieve metaphor)
Education brings people together - social unity
The education system is the secon place that teaches us our n…
The functionalist idea that pupils do well if they are intell…
The education system sieves people into their future roles. C…
Social solidarity
Education brings people together - social unity
Secondary socialisation
The education system is the secon place that teaches us our n…
305 terms
Intro to Educational Psychology CLEP: Edu, Econ, Class, Theories
Token Economy
Pedagogy
Instructional Theory
Critical pedagogy
A form of behavior modification using operant conditioning pr…
The art of teaching. It encompasses different styles and meth…
A theory which focuses on how to structure material to best t…
A teaching style which seeks to instruct students in how to r…
Token Economy
A form of behavior modification using operant conditioning pr…
Pedagogy
The art of teaching. It encompasses different styles and meth…
Educational Theories
Verbal/Linguistic
Logical - mathematical
Musical
Visual/ spatial
Using language to present your ideas, to express your feeling…
Reasoning, logical thinking, handling mathematical problems
Creating and feeling a rhythm to express a mood; detecting an…
Creating and interpreting visual images; thinking in three di…
Verbal/Linguistic
Using language to present your ideas, to express your feeling…
Logical - mathematical
Reasoning, logical thinking, handling mathematical problems
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