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UTMEDS210H5Elizabeth CoulsonFall

EDS210H5 Study Guide - Final Guide: Enculturation, Orgasm, Collectivism

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You see the word bus and have a mental picture of the large vehicle that delivers you to campus each morning. The word is a referent. symbol. thought.
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UTMEDS210H5Elizabeth CoulsonFall

EDS210H5 Study Guide - Final Guide: Nonverbal Communication, Jargon, Stepfamily

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Instruction about how to do a job, rationales for doing things, or statements about the organization exemplify upward communication. downward communica
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UTMEDS100H5Ilan DanjouxFall

EDS100H5 Final: Exam Review from Professor

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The notion is central to lockean empiricism: midwifery, the profession or practice of assisting women in childbirth, purpose of public education, indus
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UTMEDS100H5Ilan DanjouxFall

EDS100H5 Study Guide - Final Guide: Michael Bland, Neuroplasticity, Comparative Education

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Benefits of theory include that they inform (simplify and explain), predicts (anticipated outcomes) and prescribes (informs policy and behaviour) Cone
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UTMEDS300H5Ilan DaljouxFall

EDS300H5 Study Guide - Final Guide: Readwrite, Carol Dweck, Minimally Invasive Education

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Learning involves change: must be visible in behaviour or expressed understanding. Excludes temporary behavioral changes (e. g. , slurred speech) broug
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UTMEDS300H5Ilan DaljouxFall

EDS300H5 Study Guide - Final Guide: In Essence, Forgetting Curve, Philosophy Of Education

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Eds300 review and exam notes: edward l. thorndike (1874 - 1949): a behaviourist who lead research on operant conditioning. This involves learning from
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UTMEDS300H5Ilan DaljouxFall

EDS300H5 Study Guide - Final Guide: Mindset, Lev Vygotsky, Forgetting Curve

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Part b: short answer questions eds: the purpose of assessment is to assist student learning. To assess the effectiveness of a particular instructional
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UTMEDS300H5Ilan DaljouxFall

EDS300H5 Study Guide - Final Guide: Edward L. Deci, John Dewey, Discovery Learning

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Involves change must be visible in behaviour or expressed understanding. Endures over time excludes temporary behavioural changes (ex: slurred speech)
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UTMEDS300H5Ilan DaljouxFall

EDS300H5 Study Guide - Final Guide: Knowledge Management, Systems Theory, Instructional Design

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Teachers are designers because they design curriculum and learning experiences to meet specified purposes, designers of assessments to diagnose student
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UTMEDS300H5Ilan DaljouxFall

EDS300H5 Study Guide - Final Guide: Motivation

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Most important/ powerful influence on learning and achievement can be negative or positive. The type of feedback and the way it is given can be differe
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UTMEDS200H5Carly PruskyFall

EDS200H5 Study Guide - Final Guide: Cardiovascular Disease, Aging Brain, Ageism

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Erikson questions: girl developed a basic sense of mistrust during infancy. Her parents separated and argued a lot and she was lost in a shuffle. May n
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UTMEDS220H5Liz CoulsonWinter

[EDS220H5] - Midterm Exam Guide - Everything you need to know! (13 pages long)

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Teachers can promote strong literacy development among english language learners (ell) by supporting students in relating their pre-existing knowledge
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