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MCGILLEDPE 300Scott ConrodFall

EDPE 300 Chapter Notes - Chapter 7-12: Deductive Reasoning, Learned Helplessness, Operant Conditioning

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Benefits of group meaning-making in the classroom: sharing ideas an perspectives enhances students" understanding in several ways: Students can clarify
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MCGILLEDPI 341Scott ConrodFall

EDPI 341 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Theory Of Multiple Intelligences, Common Core State Standards Initiative, Differentiated Instruction

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Chapter 1 one size doesn"t fit all. Classrooms in the 21st century are full of diverse learners both culturally and linguistically. Teaching experience
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MCGILLEDPE 300Scott ConrodFall

EDPE 300 Chapter Notes - Chapter 5: Truancy, Logical Consequence, Ambivalence

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MCGILLEDPE 300Scott ConrodFall

EDPE 300 Chapter Notes - Chapter 3: Subculture, Peer Pressure, Erik Erikson

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Factors that influence personal, social and moral development: school is a place where students grow personally, socially and morally as well as academ
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MCGILLEDPE 300Scott ConrodFall

EDPE 300 Chapter Notes - Chapter 6: Mnemonic, Automaticity, Long-Term Memory

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Basic assumptions of cognitive psychology: cognitive psychology: a theoretical perspective that focuses on the mental processes underlying human learni
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MCGILLEDPE 300Scott ConrodFall

EDPE 300 Chapter Notes - Chapter 2: Metacognition, Grapheme, Limited English Proficiency

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Basic principles of human development: development proceeds in a somewhat orderly and predictable pattern. Developmental milestone: the appearance of a
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MCGILLEDPE 300Scott ConrodFall

EDPE 300 Chapter Notes - Chapter 4: Robert Sternberg, Distributed Artificial Intelligence, Standard Score

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Teaching connections: individual differences: the ways in which people of the same age are different from one another, group differences: consistently
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MCGILLEDPE 300Scott ConrodFall

EDPE 300 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Dependent And Independent Variables

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Elaboration: a cognitive process in which learners expand on new information based on what they already know. They give us information about the charac
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MCGILLEDPE 300Scott ConrodFall

EDPE 300 Chapter Notes - Chapter 8: Observational Learning, Motivation

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Expectations influence how people process new information. Nonoccurrence of an expected consequence reinforcing or punishing. Vicarious reinforcement:
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MCGILLEDPE 300Scott ConrodFall

EDPE 300 Chapter Notes - Chapter 2: Cognitive Development, Object Permanence, Egocentrism

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Development proceeds in a somewhat orderly and predictable pattern. We see universals in development (similar patterns in how children change over time
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MCGILLEDPE 300Scott ConrodFall

EDPE 300 Chapter Notes - Chapter 5: Classical Conditioning, Behaviorism, Truancy

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Behaviorism: our behaviors are largely the result of experiences. Chapter 5: stude(cid:374)ts" (cid:271)eha(cid:448)io(cid:396)s a(cid:396)e la(cid:396
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MCGILLEDPE 300Scott ConrodFall

EDPE 300 Chapter 9: EDPE 300 Chapter 9 Review

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Motivation: a state that energizes, directs, and sustains behavior: situated motivation: a phenomenon whereby aspects of one"s immediate environment en
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