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PSYC 201
MIDTERM EXAM
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Learning Goals
Exploring Educational Psychology
- Historical Background
- Teaching: Art and Science
Effective teachers……
Emphasize how to learn rather than what to learn
Teacher students how to read with genuine, comprehension, shape an idea,
master difficult material and use writing to clarify thinking
Include students in the process of teaching and learning (Metzger, 1966)
Comic book taught to 3rd graders in a way they could understand and connect to it
Educational Psychology- Branch of psychology that specializes in understanding teaching and
learning in educational settings
Tests
Study
Homework
Experience
Engagement
Communication
Learning
Teacher
Opportunity for growth
Goal setting
Stress
Technology
Flexibility
Participation
Development
Psychology- Scientific study of behavior and mind
Behavior
Memory
Empathy
Understanding
Analysis
Experiences
Tests
CNS
Stress Management
Personality
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Introvert vs Extrovert
Development
Cognitive
Physical
Physical changes will help and facilitate appropriate learning
3rd grade boy had to get a smaller desk so that he would be able
to fit and it helped his academic learning in order for him to focus
better
Emotional
Spiritual
Social
Moral
Observation
Attentive
Behavior- Something you can already observe
Mental Process- Something you cannot observe
Historical background of ED PSYCH
1850 1875 1900 1925 1950
William James
John Dewey
E.L. Thorndike
William James (1842-1910)
Emphasized the importance of observing teaching and learning in the classroom
for improving education
Start lessons just beyond child's level of knowledge and understanding to stretch
child's mind and understanding
John Dewey (1859-1952)
Viewed the child as active learner
Emphasized the child's adaptation to the environment
Pushed for competent education for all children
Everyone deserved a good education not just white people
All races/cultures
Established 1st major US educational psychology lab
Labs are needed for all types of sciences- psych is a science
E.L. Thorndike (1874-1949)
Initiated an emphasis on assessment and measurement of learning
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