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SFUEDUC 220John NesbitFall

EDUC 220 Chapter 4: Learner Differences and Learning Needs

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SFUEDUC 220John NesbitFall

EDUC 220 Chapter 7: Behavioural Views of Learning

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SFUEDUC 220John NesbitSpring

EDUC 220 Chapter Notes - Chapter 14: Direct Instruction, Behavior Management, Railways Act 1921

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*thesis: standardized testing isn"t the issue it"s how it"s used and how students are set up for it. Standards common in many areas (inc. professions l
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SFUEDUC 220John NesbitFall

EDUC 220 Chapter Notes - Chapter 11: Specific Performance, Truancy, Observational Learning

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Chapter 11: social cognitive views of learning and motivation. Social learning theory: theory that emphasizes learning through observation of others. S
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SFUEDUC 220John NesbitFall

EDUC 220 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Educational Psychology, Gr 5, Psychology Today

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Researchers have reported findings that suggested that wealth and social status, not teaching, were the major factors that determine who learned in sch
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SFUEDUC 220John NesbitFall

EDUC 220 Chapter 3: Self and Social and Moral Development

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Chapter 3: self and social and moral development. Physical exercise and recess systematic exercise programs may actually enhance the development of spe
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SFUEDUC 220John NesbitFall

EDUC 220 Chapter Notes - Chapter 2: Grey Matter, White Matter, Neurogenesis

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Development: orderly adaptive changes that animals and humans go through from conception to death. Maturation: genetically programmed, naturally occurr
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SFUEDUC 220John NesbitSpring

EDUC 220 Chapter Notes - Chapter 15: Central Tendency, Psychomotor Learning, Ator

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Standardized tests: usually nationwide, under uniform conditions, scored according to uniform procedures. Classroom assessments: selected, created by t
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SFUEDUC 220John NesbitSpring

EDUC 220 Chapter Notes - Chapter 12: Block Scheduling, Legitimate Peripheral Participation, Cognitive Evaluation Theory

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Intrinsic motivation: associated w/ activities that are their own reward. Extrinsic motivation: created by external factors (e. g. rewards/punishments)
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SFUEDUC 220John NesbitFall

EDUC 220 Chapter Notes - Chapter 12: Learned Helplessness, Legitimate Peripheral Participation, Cognitive Evaluation Theory

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Motivation: an internal state that arouses, directs, and maintains behaviour. Intrinsic motivation: motivation associated with activities that are thei
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SFUEDUC 322Patricia NitkinSpring

EDUC 322 Chapter Notes - Chapter ALL: Association For Supervision And Curriculum Development

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SFUEDUC 220John NesbitFall

EDUC 220 Chapter 6: Culture and Diversity

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There is difficulty defining social class terms used are social class, ses, economic background, wealth, poverty, or privilege. In modern societies, le
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