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29 terms
Educational Psychology
Learning
Behavioral Learning Theories
Mental learning theories
Social learning theories
a change in an individual caused by experience
pleasurable or unpleasant consequences of behavior change ind…
explanations of learning that focus on mental processs
effect thought on action and action on thought
Learning
a change in an individual caused by experience
Behavioral Learning Theories
pleasurable or unpleasant consequences of behavior change ind…
Educational Psychology
Teachers' sense of efficacy
Differentiated Instruction
Educational Psychology
Descriptive Studies
A teacher's belief that he/she can reach even difficult stude…
Teaching that takes into account students abilities, prior kn…
The discipline concerned with teaching and learning processes…
Studies that collect detailed information about specific situ…
Teachers' sense of efficacy
A teacher's belief that he/she can reach even difficult stude…
Differentiated Instruction
Teaching that takes into account students abilities, prior kn…
45 terms
Educational Psychology
Learning
Passive Learning
Active Learning
Principles
Long-term change in mental representations or associations as…
Occurs by virtue of something happening to the learner ... {Lang…
Physically does something to the learner - physical, mental,…
Identify certain factors that influence learning and describe…
Learning
Long-term change in mental representations or associations as…
Passive Learning
Occurs by virtue of something happening to the learner ... {Lang…
36 terms
Educational Psychology
Bandura
Self-efficiancy
Teaching efficacy
Self-regulated learning
>Social Learning Theory - emphasizes modeling or observationa…
>our beliefs about our personal competence or effectiveness i…
>teachers belief that he or she can reach even difficult stud…
>process of activation and sustaining thoughts, behaviors and…
Bandura
>Social Learning Theory - emphasizes modeling or observationa…
Self-efficiancy
>our beliefs about our personal competence or effectiveness i…
51 terms
Educational Psychology
Motivation
Extrinsic Motivation
Intrinsic Motivation
Motivation to learn
The "process whereby goal-directed activity is instigated and…
Motivation to engage in an activity as a means to an end.
Motivation to be involved in an activity for its own sake.
Students "tendencies to find academic activities meaningful a…
Motivation
The "process whereby goal-directed activity is instigated and…
Extrinsic Motivation
Motivation to engage in an activity as a means to an end.
119 terms
Educational Psychology
Lortie
Fuller
McCown, Driscoll, and Roop
Piaget
10,000 student hours, apprenticeship teaching. Don't teach fr…
Three Levels of Teacher Development:... 1. Survival... 2. Task... 3. I…
Reflective Teaching Cycle:... Create Plan, Implement, Evaluate R…
4 Stages of Development
Lortie
10,000 student hours, apprenticeship teaching. Don't teach fr…
Fuller
Three Levels of Teacher Development:... 1. Survival... 2. Task... 3. I…
64 terms
Educational Psychology
Lortie
Fuller
McCown, Driscoll, and Roop
Piaget
10,000 student hours, apprenticeship teaching. Don't teach fr…
Three Levels of Teacher Development:... 1. Survival... 2. Task... 3. I…
Reflective Teaching Cycle:... Create Plan, Implement, Evaluate R…
4 Stages of Development
Lortie
10,000 student hours, apprenticeship teaching. Don't teach fr…
Fuller
Three Levels of Teacher Development:... 1. Survival... 2. Task... 3. I…
16 terms
Educational psychology
Common sense method is view led by edu…
A case study is an investigation of
A positive correlation between two fac…
Random assignments would be most criti…
Inappropriate unless supported by research
One person or group over a specific period of timd
Tend to increase or decrease together
Experimental
Common sense method is view led by edu…
Inappropriate unless supported by research
A case study is an investigation of
One person or group over a specific period of timd
63 terms
Educational Psychology
Expert Knowledge
pedagogical content knowledge
expert blind spots
expert teachers
an excellent knowledge about the content of a particular disc…
knowledge about how to effectively teach a particular discipl…
the gap between what an expert knows and what students know
know the structure of their discipline. They are able to crea…
Expert Knowledge
an excellent knowledge about the content of a particular disc…
pedagogical content knowledge
knowledge about how to effectively teach a particular discipl…
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…
20 terms
Educational psychology
Psychology theorists
Educational psychology
Psychology
Educational psychology
Are committed to a careful and comprehensive analysis of what…
Is a long term enterprises
Is the study of both behavior and mental processes which focu…
Focuses on the discovery of principles of psychology and thei…
Psychology theorists
Are committed to a careful and comprehensive analysis of what…
Educational psychology
Is a long term enterprises
219 terms
Educational Psychology
Descriptive Study
Correlation Study
Experimental Study (experiment)
Elaboration
A research study that describes situations. Such a study enab…
A research study that explores relationships among variables.…
A research study that involves the manipulation of one variab…
a cognitive process in which learners expand on new informati…
Descriptive Study
A research study that describes situations. Such a study enab…
Correlation Study
A research study that explores relationships among variables.…
10 terms
Educational Psychology
What makes an Expert Teacher?
Types of Knowledge
Expert Knowledge
context
Expert Knowledge... Efficient... Creative Insight
Content knowledge ... Pedagogical knowledge ... combination of th…
Types of knowledge... Knowledge Organizations... Knowledge of Conte…
environment in which you interact
What makes an Expert Teacher?
Expert Knowledge... Efficient... Creative Insight
Types of Knowledge
Content knowledge ... Pedagogical knowledge ... combination of th…
17 terms
Educational psychology
Critical thinking
Elaboration
Self efficacy
Theory
Is evaluating the accuracy and worth of an information or arg…
Is when learners expand on new information base on what they…
Is when one is capable of executing certain behaviors and rea…
Is an integrated concept or principles develop to explain a p…
Critical thinking
Is evaluating the accuracy and worth of an information or arg…
Elaboration
Is when learners expand on new information base on what they…
59 terms
Educational Psychology
Assimilation
Accommodation
Equilibration
Constructivism
Piagetian concept of the incorporation of new information int…
Piagetian concept of adjusting schemas to fit new information…
A mechanism that Piaget proposed to explain how children shif…
A learner-centered approach to learning that influences the i…
Assimilation
Piagetian concept of the incorporation of new information int…
Accommodation
Piagetian concept of adjusting schemas to fit new information…
8 terms
educational psychology
behaviorism,Skinner, watson, bandora
piaget
vygotsky
freud
stimulus response, classical conditioning (candy)
cognitive development, stages of development kids
social development theory, cultural development, external edu…
psycho sexual
behaviorism,Skinner, watson, bandora
stimulus response, classical conditioning (candy)
piaget
cognitive development, stages of development kids
Educational Psychology
Question #1
learning grammar and rules for grammar
pragmatics of language
Different Developmental Stages within…
B
initially, may apply new rules too widely... Ex: ("broked" inste…
knowledge about how to use language.... when, where, how, and to…
by age 5, most children have mastered the sounds of their nat…
Question #1
B
learning grammar and rules for grammar
initially, may apply new rules too widely... Ex: ("broked" inste…
84 terms
Educational Psychology
Educational Psychology
Correlation
Correlational study
Mixed methods study
An academic discipline in which the nature of learning is sys…
extent to which two variables are associated.
Research study that explores possible associations amongst tw…
Combining elements of both quantitative and qualitative resea…
Educational Psychology
An academic discipline in which the nature of learning is sys…
Correlation
extent to which two variables are associated.
37 terms
Educational Psychology
descriptive study
correlational study
experimental study
principles
study that describes a situation, only the current state of a…
study that explores existing relationships, allow us to make…
study which the researcher manipulates, we can draw conclusio…
a description of how one variable influences another variable…
descriptive study
study that describes a situation, only the current state of a…
correlational study
study that explores existing relationships, allow us to make…
Educational Psychology
William James
John Dewey
E.L. Thorndike
John Watson
Founded the field of psychology and developed a lecture serie…
Founded the Laboratory School at the University of Chicago an…
Wrote the first education psychology text in 1903, and founde…
Established the psychology school of Behaviorism
William James
Founded the field of psychology and developed a lecture serie…
John Dewey
Founded the Laboratory School at the University of Chicago an…
342 terms
Educational Psychology
Pedagogy
Intentionality
Teacher Efficacy
21st Century Skills
Knowing HOW to teach the content.
Doing things for a reason or purpose.
A teacher's belief that what s/he does makes a difference.
Core subjects, learning and innovation skills, information, m…
Pedagogy
Knowing HOW to teach the content.
Intentionality
Doing things for a reason or purpose.
68 terms
Educational psychology
Students today
Teachers sense of efficacy
cost of poor teaching
descriptive studies
Dramatic diversity, 20% speak language other than English at…
Experience and training are essential for good efficacy. 3 fa…
long lasting effect on students academic gains
describes whats happening, information is natural, study of w…
Students today
Dramatic diversity, 20% speak language other than English at…
Teachers sense of efficacy
Experience and training are essential for good efficacy. 3 fa…
9 terms
Educational Psychology
Piaget
Vygotsky
Bandura
Erikson
...
...
...
...
Piaget
...
Vygotsky
...
72 terms
Educational Psychology
Continuous Reinforcement
Interval Reinforcement
Ratio Reinforcement
cues
Rewarding a behavior every time is it done
Rewarding based on the duration of time that has passed
Rewarding based of the number of responses given
illicit naturally occurring response
Continuous Reinforcement
Rewarding a behavior every time is it done
Interval Reinforcement
Rewarding based on the duration of time that has passed
65 terms
educational psychology
principle
theory
microsystem
mesosystem
building blocks of theories. establishes a relationship betwe…
WHY principles work. Tools to help us understand and fix prob…
interactions between an individual and immediate environment…
interactions between groups in the microsystem such as parent…
principle
building blocks of theories. establishes a relationship betwe…
theory
WHY principles work. Tools to help us understand and fix prob…
18 terms
Educational Psychology
Facilitating anxiety
Debilitating anxiety
Mastering goals
Proximal goal
A small amount of anxiety often improves performance. A littl…
Excessive anxiety distractts learners and interfers with thei…
Desire to acquire additional knowledge or master new skills.
Concrete goals that can be accomplished within a short time p…
Facilitating anxiety
A small amount of anxiety often improves performance. A littl…
Debilitating anxiety
Excessive anxiety distractts learners and interfers with thei…
21 terms
educational Psychology
I.Q
Suicide: Myths/Facts
Ethnicity
Triarchic Intelligence
1922, an abbreviation of intelligence quotient, a 1921 transl…
There is a certain time of year when suicides happen. Suicide…
Identity with or membership in a particular racial, national,…
The triarchic theory of intelligence was formulated by Robert…
I.Q
1922, an abbreviation of intelligence quotient, a 1921 transl…
Suicide: Myths/Facts
There is a certain time of year when suicides happen. Suicide…
36 terms
Educational Psychology
effective learning
educational psychology
professional knowledge
ped. content knowledge
able to produce more learning in their students than expected
teaching and learning
the body of knowledge that is unique to an area of study
understanding how to represent content comprehensible to lear…
effective learning
able to produce more learning in their students than expected
educational psychology
teaching and learning
59 terms
Educational Psychology
*Continuous Theories
*Discontinuous Theories
Pedagogy
Can good teaching be taught?
Smooth Progression
Distinct, predictable stages governed by inborn features
The study of teaching/learning with applications to the instr…
Yes
*Continuous Theories
Smooth Progression
*Discontinuous Theories
Distinct, predictable stages governed by inborn features
140 terms
Educational Psychology
Bloom's Taxonomy
Direct Instruction
Questioning
Group Discussion
classification system of educational objectives: cognitive (k…
basic skills & explicit knowledge; review/overview; presentat…
analyzing, evaluating, creating
opportunities for students to express selves, justify opinion…
Bloom's Taxonomy
classification system of educational objectives: cognitive (k…
Direct Instruction
basic skills & explicit knowledge; review/overview; presentat…
161 terms
Educational Psychology
Educational Psychology
Pedagogy
Intentionality
Teacher Efficacy
The study of learning and teaching
Also called instruction; the study of teaching and learning w…
Doing things for a purpose; teachers who use intentionality p…
The degree to which teachers feel that their own efforts dete…
Educational Psychology
The study of learning and teaching
Pedagogy
Also called instruction; the study of teaching and learning w…
193 terms
Educational Psychology
Teachers Sense of Efficacy
Reflective
differentiated instruction
educational psychology
a teacher's belief that he or she can reach even difficult st…
thoughtful and inventive
teaching that takes into account student's abilities, prior k…
the discipline concerned with teaching and learning processes…
Teachers Sense of Efficacy
a teacher's belief that he or she can reach even difficult st…
Reflective
thoughtful and inventive
28 terms
Educational Psychology
Reliability
Achievement Test
Readiness Test
No Child Left Behind
Test gives consistent stable results for each student
Designed to assess what students have learned or the skills t…
Assess whether children have aquired the necessary cognitive…
Offically known as the Elementary and Secondary Ed Act. this…
Reliability
Test gives consistent stable results for each student
Achievement Test
Designed to assess what students have learned or the skills t…
116 terms
Educational Psychology
No Child Left Behind
What is unique about Educational Psych…
Interpreting Correlation Coefficients
Positive Correlation
requires students to take standardized tests in reading, math…
it is the branch of psychology concerned with the scientific…
is a number that measures both strength and the direction of…
two factors increase or decrease together
No Child Left Behind
requires students to take standardized tests in reading, math…
What is unique about Educational Psych…
it is the branch of psychology concerned with the scientific…
111 terms
Educational Psychology
Attention
Retention
Production
Motivation
extent to which we focus on other's behaviors
our ability to retain a representative of other behaviors in…
ability to perform actions we observe
our need for actions we observe
Attention
extent to which we focus on other's behaviors
Retention
our ability to retain a representative of other behaviors in…
43 terms
Educational Psychology
Learning
behavioral learning theories
contiguity
classical conditioning
occurs when experience causes a relatively permanent change i…
outcome of learning is a change in behavior, emphasizes the e…
whenever two or more sensations occur together often enough t…
learning of involuntary emotional or physiological responses…
Learning
occurs when experience causes a relatively permanent change i…
behavioral learning theories
outcome of learning is a change in behavior, emphasizes the e…
44 terms
Educational Psychology
Ed Psych
Teaching as an Art
Teaching as a Science
Reflection
a branch of psychology that is concerned with understanding a…
creative, flexible, passion, purpose, decision changing, comm…
precise content knowledge, structured teaching, scientific fo…
thinking about how one teaches, why one teaches that way, and…
Ed Psych
a branch of psychology that is concerned with understanding a…
Teaching as an Art
creative, flexible, passion, purpose, decision changing, comm…
51 terms
Educational Psychology
Classical conditioning
Conditioned response
Conditioned stimulus
Contingency
- A learning process in which an innate response to a potent…
- Is after classical conditioning, its when a response has be…
- A previously neutral stimulus that, after repeated associat…
- In a way, behavioral contingency 'dictates' that, when you'…
Classical conditioning
- A learning process in which an innate response to a potent…
Conditioned response
- Is after classical conditioning, its when a response has be…
76 terms
Educational Psychology
Behavioral
Contiguous
Classical
Operant Conditioning
View of Learning: external process where our experiences (thi…
(Aristotle) (Flashcards) Repeated pairings of a stimulus and…
(Pavlov and dogs) Begins with automatic physical/emotional re…
(Skinner/Thorndike) Antecedent, Behavior, Consequence, Reinfo…
Behavioral
View of Learning: external process where our experiences (thi…
Contiguous
(Aristotle) (Flashcards) Repeated pairings of a stimulus and…
30 terms
Educational Psychology
Learning
Behavioral Learning Theories
Behavioral Learning Theories
Aristotle said we remember things when…
process where experience causes permanent change in knowledge…
explanations of learning that focus on external events as the…
-outcome of learning is a change in behavior ... -emphasizes eff…
-They are similar... -They contrast... -When things are contiguous
Learning
process where experience causes permanent change in knowledge…
Behavioral Learning Theories
explanations of learning that focus on external events as the…
76 terms
Educational Psychology
Piaget: (4 stages of cog. development)…
Piaget: (4 stages of cog. development)…
Piaget: (4 stages of cog. development)…
Piaget: (4 stages of cog. development)…
Sensorimotor stage... out of sight=out of mind ... focuses on the "…
Preoperational stage ... child begins to represent the world sym…
Concrete operational stage ... the child learns rules
Formal operational stage ... able to think logically about hypot…
Piaget: (4 stages of cog. development)…
Sensorimotor stage... out of sight=out of mind ... focuses on the "…
Piaget: (4 stages of cog. development)…
Preoperational stage ... child begins to represent the world sym…
26 terms
Educational Psychology
Bandura
Skinner
Gilligan
Bruner
Social Learning Theory:... -social theorist that believed childr…
Operant Conditioning: ... -learning is a function of change in…
Stages of Ethic of Care:... -moral theorist that questions the…
Discovery learning & constructivism:... -cognitive theorist who…
Bandura
Social Learning Theory:... -social theorist that believed childr…
Skinner
Operant Conditioning: ... -learning is a function of change in…
154 terms
Educational Psychology
Lortie
Fuller
McCown, Driscoll, and Roop
Piaget
10,000 student hours, apprenticeship teaching. Don't teach fr…
Three Levels of Teacher Development:... 1. Survival... 2. Task... 3. I…
Reflective Teaching Cycle:... Create Plan, Implement, Evaluate R…
4 Stages of Development
Lortie
10,000 student hours, apprenticeship teaching. Don't teach fr…
Fuller
Three Levels of Teacher Development:... 1. Survival... 2. Task... 3. I…
32 terms
Education Psychology
English
What is the key to reading successfull…
What is the pacing effect
John Dewey... First LAB for Psy
English
Read, Recite, Review
Spaced practice is better than massed practiced
Viewed children as active learner and Pushed for competent ed…
English
English
What is the key to reading successfull…
Read, Recite, Review
158 terms
Educational Psychology
Normal behavior for children ages 6-12…
A red flag for a student aged 13-18 is
40% of sexual abuse offenders who abus…
As a teacher, you are able to effectiv…
enuresis
sexual promiscuity
under 18
all of the above
Normal behavior for children ages 6-12…
enuresis
A red flag for a student aged 13-18 is
sexual promiscuity
60 terms
Educational Psychology Cognitive Development
Development
Physical Development
Personal Development
Social Development
Orderly, adaptive changes we go through from conception to de…
Changes in body function and structure over time.
Changes in personality that take place as one grows.
Changes over time in the ways we relate to others.
Development
Orderly, adaptive changes we go through from conception to de…
Physical Development
Changes in body function and structure over time.
101 terms
Educational Psychology
Simple Moral Education Programs
Community-based Education Programs
Character Education Programs
Sensory Register
Programs that educate on simple moral decisions such as absti…
Programs that emphasize decision-making and how decisions pla…
Programs that focus on codes of conduct and valuable characte…
A large-capacity storage in the brain that temporarily holds…
Simple Moral Education Programs
Programs that educate on simple moral decisions such as absti…
Community-based Education Programs
Programs that emphasize decision-making and how decisions pla…
10 terms
Educational Psychology
Skinner
Spearman
Stanford/Binet
Otis/Lennon
Contemporary behaviorist
2 factor theory of intelligence
Widely used individual intelligence test
Widely used group intellectual test
Skinner
Contemporary behaviorist
Spearman
2 factor theory of intelligence
21 terms
Educational Psychology
People-first language:
Autism:
impulsive actions, attention deficits,…
Behavioral Disorders:
"In my class I have one students with intellectual disabiliti…
A child who is autistic would be LEAST likely to? "make frien…
ADHD
anxious and depressed "These symptoms have grown steadily wor…
People-first language:
"In my class I have one students with intellectual disabiliti…
Autism:
A child who is autistic would be LEAST likely to? "make frien…
10 terms
Educational Psychology
self-efficacy
self-regulation
Metacognition
Erikson's Stages of Identity Development
judgement of one's capability to deal with a prospective diff…
The ability to exercise influence over what you do.
the internal master control of thinking behavior designed to…
Infancy... Toddlerhood... Early Childhood... School Age... Adolescence... Yo…
self-efficacy
judgement of one's capability to deal with a prospective diff…
self-regulation
The ability to exercise influence over what you do.
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