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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
59 terms
Education Psychology
Constructivism
Constructivism
Constructivism
Piaget
1. Learning is an individualized process and individuals may…
learning becomes more complex as individuals build on prior k…
Steps in process of constructing knowledge:... 1. Disequilibrium…
Constructivism
Constructivism
1. Learning is an individualized process and individuals may…
Constructivism
learning becomes more complex as individuals build on prior k…
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…
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
56 terms
education psychology
learning
classical condition(
contiguity( contact)
neutral Stimuli( no salivation)
learning is a permanent change in an individuals knowledge an…
It is the process of teaching an involuntary emotion. It is a…
an action that occurs through contact or makes you remember…
is when a creature does not salivate as a result of an action…
learning
learning is a permanent change in an individuals knowledge an…
classical condition(
It is the process of teaching an involuntary emotion. It is a…
142 terms
Education psychology
Qualitatively Descriptive Research
Quantitatively Descriptive Research
Experimental Research
Longitudinal Research
Research that uses an inductive approach to understand a phen…
Research that is used to summarize a sample of individuals in…
Research that manipulates at least one independent variable i…
Research that assesses change in the presence/absence of a pa…
Qualitatively Descriptive Research
Research that uses an inductive approach to understand a phen…
Quantitatively Descriptive Research
Research that is used to summarize a sample of individuals in…
65 terms
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…
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…
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…
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…
6 terms
Psychology of Education
Classical conditioning
Operant conditioning
Reinforcement
Punishment
Pavlov and Watson
Skinner
Increases a behaviour
Decreases a behaviour
Classical conditioning
Pavlov and Watson
Operant conditioning
Skinner
94 terms
Psychology in education
3 perspectives for education
Behaviorist perspective
3 types of learning
Classical conditioning
Behaviorist cognitivist humanistic
Believe all behavior is learned, focuses on observable behavior
Classical conditioning operant conditioning observational lea…
Ivan Pavlov. Occurs when a response to a stimulus becomes con…
3 perspectives for education
Behaviorist cognitivist humanistic
Behaviorist perspective
Believe all behavior is learned, focuses on observable behavior
10 terms
Educational Psychology
heuristic
repetition
rehearsal
schema
means of solving a problem
o
o
o
heuristic
means of solving a problem
repetition
o
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…
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
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…
Psychology of Education - Woolfolk
Application of Gardner's Theory
Critiques of Gardner's Theory
Raymond B. Cattell's 2-Factor Theory (…
Charles Spearman's Theory of Intellige…
- A group of Indiana schoolteachers founded the Key school... -…
- Lack of evidence supporting different structures in the bra…
1.) Crystallized Intelligence - accumulated knowledge such as…
1.) General Factors ("g") - affecting all tasts and underlies…
Application of Gardner's Theory
- A group of Indiana schoolteachers founded the Key school... -…
Critiques of Gardner's Theory
- Lack of evidence supporting different structures in the bra…
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…
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…
29 terms
Education Psychology
Sensorimotor
Pre-Operational
Concrete Operational
Formal Operational
Ages 0-2, object permanence
Ages 2-7, conservation problems, children represent objects i…
Ages 7-11, operation of serializing, arranging objects accord…
Ages 11+, abstract thinking, thinking creatively, individuals…
Sensorimotor
Ages 0-2, object permanence
Pre-Operational
Ages 2-7, conservation problems, children represent objects i…
education psychology
sensorimotor substage 1:
sensorimotor substage 2:
sensorimotor substage 3:
sensorimotor substage 4:
birth- 1 month (reflexes dominate)
1-4 months ( primary circular reactions)
4-8 months (secondary circular reactions)
8-12 months (makes A not B error)
sensorimotor substage 1:
birth- 1 month (reflexes dominate)
sensorimotor substage 2:
1-4 months ( primary circular reactions)
18 terms
Education Psychology
Token Economy
group contingency
generalization
extinction
rewarded with toke, can be changed for other rewards
everyone must meet requirements before all rewarded
if this means this then this must be true
what they learned leaves because not rewarded
Token Economy
rewarded with toke, can be changed for other rewards
group contingency
everyone must meet requirements before all rewarded
Education Psychology
Educational Research
Experiments
Independent Variable
Dependent Variable
An organized approach to asking, answering, and effectively r…
Designed to determine the causes of behaviour
Factor that is manipulated (ex. medication)
Factor that is measured. The resulting behaviour or effect. M…
Educational Research
An organized approach to asking, answering, and effectively r…
Experiments
Designed to determine the causes of behaviour
21 terms
Education Psychology
IDEIA 2004
Emotional disturbance
Curricular methods and modifications
Section 504 of the ... Rehabilitation Act…
A federal law that provides special-education funding for 13…
An inability to learn that cannot be explained by intellectua…
Special education and related services... Speech and language th…
A federal antidiscrimination law protecting the rights of ind…
IDEIA 2004
A federal law that provides special-education funding for 13…
Emotional disturbance
An inability to learn that cannot be explained by intellectua…
15 terms
Education Psychology
Operant Conditioning
Activity Reinforcer
Affect
Extrinsic Motivation
Form of learning in which a response increases in frequency a…
"If you clean your room, you can play basketball"
The feelings, emotions, and general moods that learners bring…
External Motivators: Going to school to get it over with
Operant Conditioning
Form of learning in which a response increases in frequency a…
Activity Reinforcer
"If you clean your room, you can play basketball"
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…
Education Psychology
Accommodation
Assimilation
automaticity
Causal Relationships
change or create new space in brain
same scheme
don't have to think about what you're doing (40-200 repetitio…
A<-> B
Accommodation
change or create new space in brain
Assimilation
same scheme
Education Psychology Chapter One
Educational Psychology
Descriptive Studies
Ethnography
Participant Observation
The discipline concerned with teaching and learning processes…
Studies that collected detailed information about specific si…
A descriptive approach to research that focuses on life withi…
A method for conducting descriptive research in which the res…
Educational Psychology
The discipline concerned with teaching and learning processes…
Descriptive Studies
Studies that collected detailed information about specific si…
25 terms
Education Psychology
Cognitive Constructivism
Learner assumptions
Motor Reproduction
adopt new pattern
Assimilation and Accomodation used to construct a new underst…
abstract info from observing others and make decisions about…
the highest level of observation
modeled behavior is similar to what they already do OR has so…
Cognitive Constructivism
Assimilation and Accomodation used to construct a new underst…
Learner assumptions
abstract info from observing others and make decisions about…
283 terms
Education Psychology
educational psychology
pedagogy
intentionality
How can teacher really challenge stude…
the study of learners, learning, and teaching
The study of teaching and learning with applications to the i…
doing things for a reason, on purpose.
teachers need to be purposeful, thoughtful, and flexible, wit…
educational psychology
the study of learners, learning, and teaching
pedagogy
The study of teaching and learning with applications to the i…
psychology and education
jean piaget
sensory motor stage
preoperational stage
concrete operational stage
researcher in developmental psychology and cognitive behavior
birth-2 yrs old, phonemic awareness, acquire knowledge throug…
2-7 yrs old, memory, imagination is developed, thinking of on…
7-12 years old, logical and systematic thoughts of objects, e…
jean piaget
researcher in developmental psychology and cognitive behavior
sensory motor stage
birth-2 yrs old, phonemic awareness, acquire knowledge throug…
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…
Education Psychology Introduction
Educational Psychology
Descriptive Studies
Ethnography
Participant Observation
The discipline concerned with teaching and learning processes…
Studies that collected detailed information about specific si…
A descriptive approach to research that focuses on life withi…
A method for conducting descriptive research in which the res…
Educational Psychology
The discipline concerned with teaching and learning processes…
Descriptive Studies
Studies that collected detailed information about specific si…
30 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.
84 terms
Educational Psychology
Educational Psychology
Scientific Research
Deductive Reasoning
Inductive Reasoning
when someone introduces or teaches something to someone else…
Reasoning... Measurement... Methodology... Samples... Settings
taking a general principle and applying it to a specific situ…
you develop generalizations off of observations instead of kn…
Educational Psychology
when someone introduces or teaches something to someone else…
Scientific Research
Reasoning... Measurement... Methodology... Samples... Settings
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
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?
Educational Psychology
How Will Educational Psychology Help Y…
Research In Educational Psychology (Ex…
Limitations Of Unsystematic Observation
Strength Of Scientific Observation
1. Provides information about the many factors that affect te…
1. Use more advanced students to tutor other students... 2. Posi…
1. May draw false conclusions because other explanations are…
1. Representative sample of subjects... 2. Control of non-releva…
How Will Educational Psychology Help Y…
1. Provides information about the many factors that affect te…
Research In Educational Psychology (Ex…
1. Use more advanced students to tutor other students... 2. Posi…
134 terms
Educational Psychology
Personal Development
Gender Development
Social-emotional Development
Moral Development
Process of human development in which individuals acquire the…
Process of human development in which individuals learn about…
Process of human development in which individuals learn how t…
Process of human development in which individuals acquire a s…
Personal Development
Process of human development in which individuals acquire the…
Gender Development
Process of human development in which individuals learn about…
76 terms
Educational Psychology
Educational Psychology
What are the four types of professiona…
Knowledge of Content
Pedagogical Content Knowledge
The academic discipline that examines human teaching and lear…
1. Knowledge of Content... 2. Pedagogical Content Knowledge... 3. G…
What we know about what we are teaching
An understanding of how to represent topics in ways that make…
Educational Psychology
The academic discipline that examines human teaching and lear…
What are the four types of professiona…
1. Knowledge of Content... 2. Pedagogical Content Knowledge... 3. G…
10 terms
educational psychology
educational psychology
pedagogy
intentionality
teacher efficacy
is the study of learners, learning, and teaching.
the link between what a teacher wants students to learn and s…
doing things for a reason, on purpose.
the belief that what he or she is doing
educational psychology
is the study of learners, learning, and teaching.
pedagogy
the link between what a teacher wants students to learn and s…
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…
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
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
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…
56 terms
Educational Psychology
cognitive development
Maturation
Learning
Canalization
the changes in mental skills that occur through increasing ma…
any relatively permanent change be it cognitive, emotional, o…
any relatively permanent change in thought of behavior that o…
describes the extent to which a behavior or an underlying abi…
cognitive development
the changes in mental skills that occur through increasing ma…
Maturation
any relatively permanent change be it cognitive, emotional, o…
17 terms
Educational Psychology: Kimetic Concepts in Education
Nile Valley Civilization
Shepherd Kings
Ipet Isut University
Hersetha
Oldest recorded civilization to date.
Asian hyskos invaders who represented a dramatic interruption…
Oldest Egyptian university known to man.... "The most select of…
Teachers of mysteries
Nile Valley Civilization
Oldest recorded civilization to date.
Shepherd Kings
Asian hyskos invaders who represented a dramatic interruption…
30 terms
Educational Psychology
Piaget's theory of cognitive developme…
Piaget's stages of cognitive developme…
Vygotsky's sociocultural theory and zo…
Erickson's stages of psycho social dev…
Children's concepts of time may be different from your own.
4 stages: sensorimotor- 0-2 years, learn through relexes, sen…
Social cultural about language, thought, psychology of art, l…
Basic trust vs. mist trust- birth to 12-18 months and must fo…
Piaget's theory of cognitive developme…
Children's concepts of time may be different from your own.
Piaget's stages of cognitive developme…
4 stages: sensorimotor- 0-2 years, learn through relexes, sen…
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…
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