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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
33 terms
Educational Psychology
Culture
Stereotyping
Stereotype Threat
Socioeconomic status
The arts and other manifestations of human intellectual achei…
Assuming an individual represents the whole of the group
A situational predicament in which people are to fell themsel…
Money/Income... U.S. Is defined by gross inequality... Example: W…
Culture
The arts and other manifestations of human intellectual achei…
Stereotyping
Assuming an individual represents the whole of the group
Educational Psychology
Behaviorism
Learning in behaviorism
Classical Conditioning
Operant Conditioning
signal + response without theory about the process behind the…
relationship between two observable and documented events
a learning process that occurs when two stimuli are repeatedl…
a type of learning in which the strength of a behavior is mod…
Behaviorism
signal + response without theory about the process behind the…
Learning in behaviorism
relationship between two observable and documented events
EDUCATIONAL PSYCHOLOGY
distributed intelligence
intelligence test
IQ score
stimulation seeking
enhancement of thinking through the use of physical object an…
general measure of current level of cognitive functioning
score on an intelligence test, determined by comparing a pers…
eagerly interacting with one's physical and social environmen…
distributed intelligence
enhancement of thinking through the use of physical object an…
intelligence test
general measure of current level of cognitive functioning
63 terms
Educational Psychology
Williams James
John Dewey
Constructivist approach
Direct Instruction
Argued for the importance of observing classrooms to improve…
Innovative view of education: learning by doing, education of…
learner-centered approach --> growth of knowledge/understandi…
teacher centered approach --> teacher direct learning/progres…
Williams James
Argued for the importance of observing classrooms to improve…
John Dewey
Innovative view of education: learning by doing, education of…
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…
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
educational psychology
Constructivism
key features of constructivism
stimulus and response
defined as the study and application of psychological princip…
theory of learning: how individuals acquire knowledge
the active construction of knowledge throughout the learning…
relationship between a stimulus (change in environment) and r…
educational psychology
defined as the study and application of psychological princip…
Constructivism
theory of learning: how individuals acquire knowledge
49 terms
educational psychology
educational psychology
educational psychologists
educational psychologist responsibilit…
current trends for teachers in educati…
applying the methods of psychology to studying the process of…
those who devote personal lives to understand the learners, l…
to teach and research the following: the effectiveness of tea…
decision making skills,... teacher works with others, ... awareness…
educational psychology
applying the methods of psychology to studying the process of…
educational psychologists
those who devote personal lives to understand the learners, l…
Chapter 12 Educational psychology
Bloom's taxonomy
Mastery learning
Higher-level learning
Lower-level learning
Students are taught at their current level of thinking an the…
Approach to instruction in which students learn one topic tho…
Cognitive Learning
remembering and understanding basic skills
Bloom's taxonomy
Students are taught at their current level of thinking an the…
Mastery learning
Approach to instruction in which students learn one topic tho…
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
32 terms
educational psychology
Teaching is a complex enterprise
Research that informs tecahers
Coursework and Competance
Research in Educational psychology inf…
Educational psychology provides information about the many fa…
Educational Psychology offers useful and tested ideas to impr…
Helps prepare teachers to be effective
- use more advanced students to tutor less advanced... - give po…
Teaching is a complex enterprise
Educational psychology provides information about the many fa…
Research that informs tecahers
Educational Psychology offers useful and tested ideas to impr…
Educational Psychology
Egocentrism
Conservation
The Zone of Proximal Development
Maturation
seeing the world, and the experiences of others from one's ow…
the principle that the amount or number of something remains…
The phase at which a child can master a task if given appropr…
Changes that occur naturally and spontaneously and to a large…
Egocentrism
seeing the world, and the experiences of others from one's ow…
Conservation
the principle that the amount or number of something remains…
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
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…
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…
Educational Psychology
Educational Psychology
William James
John Dewey
E.L. Thorndike
A branch of psychology that specializes in the application of…
Observing teaching and learning in a classroom will improve e…
Child is an active learner. Focus on the whole child and ever…
Scientific underpinnings of learning. Assessment and measurem…
Educational Psychology
A branch of psychology that specializes in the application of…
William James
Observing teaching and learning in a classroom will improve e…
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…
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
54 terms
Educational Psychology
One hundred billion neurons
Astrocytes
Prefrontal cortex
Hippocampus
receive information from the rest of the body, others synthes…
are involved in learning and memory
responsible for a wide variety of distinctly human activities…
pulls together the information it simultaneously receives fro…
One hundred billion neurons
receive information from the rest of the body, others synthes…
Astrocytes
are involved in learning and memory
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…
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.
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…
36 terms
Educational Psychology
Adler
Duckworth
Dweck
Elkind
one is driven by the need to overcome inferiority
GRIT: characterized by delayed gratification, optimism, and g…
Mindset: The New Psychology of Success
Personal Fables The Hurried Child
Adler
one is driven by the need to overcome inferiority
Duckworth
GRIT: characterized by delayed gratification, optimism, and g…
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…
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…
Educational Psychology
knowledge based tools
practice based tools
importance of research in educational…
law
knowledge about learners and principles of learning
knowledge of strategies, techniques, procedures to increase e…
research in educational psychology is designed to examine com…
infants seek attachment to their primary caregiver.
knowledge based tools
knowledge about learners and principles of learning
practice based tools
knowledge of strategies, techniques, procedures to increase e…
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…
educational psychology
knowledge of content
pedagogical content knowledge
general pedagogical knowledge
knowledge of learners and learning
an understanding of the topics being taught
knowing how to represent topics in ways that make the content…
involves an understanding of instructional strategies and cla…
1. the thinking of children in elementary school tend to be l…
knowledge of content
an understanding of the topics being taught
pedagogical content knowledge
knowing how to represent topics in ways that make the content…
Educational Psychology
Schema
Equilibrium
Metacognition
Self Concept
Mental operations that represent our constructed understandin…
Cognitive state in which we're able to explain new experience…
Our awareness of and control over our cognitive processes
The accumulation of knowledge about the self, such as beliefs…
Schema
Mental operations that represent our constructed understandin…
Equilibrium
Cognitive state in which we're able to explain new experience…
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…
67 terms
Educational Psychology
Lortie
Fuller
McCown, Driscoll & Roop
Universally Designed Instruction
10,000 hours experience
1. Survival: stuck in comfort zone ... 2. Task: Focus on materia…
Reflective Teaching Cycle: Knowledge Base > Implement > Asses…
Developing lesson plans so that all learners can understand
Lortie
10,000 hours experience
Fuller
1. Survival: stuck in comfort zone ... 2. Task: Focus on materia…
49 terms
Educational Psychology
Jerome Bruner
Mihaly Csikszentmihalyi
Howard Gardner
Tom Gordon
He wrote The Process of Education; The Culture of Education
Flow; Creativity
He wrote Frames of Mind; Five minds for the Future
He wrote the Teacher Effectiveness Training
Jerome Bruner
He wrote The Process of Education; The Culture of Education
Mihaly Csikszentmihalyi
Flow; Creativity
77 terms
Educational Psychology
Educational Psychology
Pedagogy
Intentionality
Teacher Efficacy
the study of learning and teaching
the study of teaching and learning with applications to the i…
doing things for a purpose; teachers who use intentionality p…
the degree to which teacher feel that their own efforts deter…
Educational Psychology
the study of learning and teaching
Pedagogy
the study of teaching and learning with applications to the i…
41 terms
Educational Psychology
affective domain
behaviorism
cerebellum
cerebral cortex
the manner in which we deal with things emotionally; feelings…
assumes that the outcome of learning is a change in behavior
controls thinking, perceiving, interpreting, planning, and or…
the outer covering of the brain; controls physical movement,…
affective domain
the manner in which we deal with things emotionally; feelings…
behaviorism
assumes that the outcome of learning is a change in behavior
Educational Psychology
Dyslexia
Gender Schema
Socioeconomic Status (SES)
Script
Inability to master basic reading skills in a developmentally…
Self-constructed, organized body of beliefs about characteris…
One's general social and economic standing in society; encomp…
Schema that involves a predicable sequence of events related…
Dyslexia
Inability to master basic reading skills in a developmentally…
Gender Schema
Self-constructed, organized body of beliefs about characteris…
Educational Psychology
Immersion Program
Maintenance EL Programs
Transitional EL Programs
ESL Pullout Programs
this places students who are EL's in general education classr…
Build on students' native languages by teaching both their la…
uses native language for instructional aid until student beco…
English as a Second Language students receive most instructio…
Immersion Program
this places students who are EL's in general education classr…
Maintenance EL Programs
Build on students' native languages by teaching both their la…
Educational Psychology
Behaviorism
Behaviorism: Definition of Learning
Classical Conditioning (Pavlov)
unconditioned stimulus
theory that explains learning in terms of observable behavior…
defines learning as a relatively enduring change in observabl…
occurs when an individual learns to produce an involuntary (c…
object or event that causes an instinctive or reflexive (unle…
Behaviorism
theory that explains learning in terms of observable behavior…
Behaviorism: Definition of Learning
defines learning as a relatively enduring change in observabl…
66 terms
Educational Psychology
Factors that contribute to student lea…
What Makes an effective teacher
Expert teaching
4 kinds of knowledge
The curriculum ... Facilities... Class size... The teacher (most)
Those who produce more learning in their students than would…
who are highly knowledgeable and skilled in a particular doma…
1. Knowledge of content... 2. Pedagogical content knowledge... 3.Ge…
Factors that contribute to student lea…
The curriculum ... Facilities... Class size... The teacher (most)
What Makes an effective teacher
Those who produce more learning in their students than would…
219 terms
Educational Psychology
accommodation
accountability
acculturation
achievement motivation
in Piaget's theory, dealing with a new event by either modify…
an obligation of teachers and other school personnel to accep…
gradual process of adopting the values and customs of a new c…
the need for excellence for its own sake, without regard for…
accommodation
in Piaget's theory, dealing with a new event by either modify…
accountability
an obligation of teachers and other school personnel to accep…
267 terms
Educational Psychology
Development
Discontinuous theories of development
Cognitive development
Schemes
Orderly and lasting growth, adaptation, and change over the c…
Theories describing human development as occurring through a…
Gradual orderly changes by which mental processes become more…
Mental patterns that guide behavior.
Development
Orderly and lasting growth, adaptation, and change over the c…
Discontinuous theories of development
Theories describing human development as occurring through a…
159 terms
Educational Psychology
Expert Teachers
Triarchic
Types of Expert Knowledge
Think-Aloud Protocols
Use a broad base of organized knowledge and experience effici…
Intelligence is viewed as having three major aspects:... 1. Thin…
1. Content Knowledge... 2. Pedagogical Knowledge (knowledge of h…
Think aloud and methodically state your steps in solving a pr…
Expert Teachers
Use a broad base of organized knowledge and experience effici…
Triarchic
Intelligence is viewed as having three major aspects:... 1. Thin…
74 terms
Educational Psychology
Action Research
Educational Psychology
Principle
Theory
Systematic observations or tests of methods conducted by teac…
The discipline concerned with teaching and learning processes…
Established relationship between factors.
Integrated statement of principles that attempts to explain a…
Action Research
Systematic observations or tests of methods conducted by teac…
Educational Psychology
The discipline concerned with teaching and learning processes…
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