Flashcards in ED 354/357 Final Deck (25):
Information that makes content more understandable by putting it within a more general framework.
Series of statements related to material that is about to be presented during instruction, given to students as a way of activating their knowledge by making predictions about the topic.
Process of gathering information to monitor progress and make educational decisions.
Authentic Learning Tasks
Tasks used in performance based assessment that are based on real world contexts and lead to real world outcomes.
Autism and the Autism Spectrum
Condition in which an individual lacks social responsiveness from a very early age, has a high need for structure and routines, and demonstrates significant language impairments. These characteristics interfere with learning.
Curriculum Based Assessment
Method of measuring the level of achievement of students in terms of what they are taught in the classroom.
A form of instruction that meets students diverse needs by providing materials and tasks of varied levels of difficulty, with varying degrees of support, thru multiple instructional groups and time variations.
Research based instructional approach in which the teacher presents subject matter using a review of previously taught information, presentation of new concepts or skills, guided practice, feedback and correction, independent student practice, and frequent review.
Emotional and Behavioral Disabilities
Condition in which an individual has significant difficulty in the social and emotional domain, so much that it interferes with learning.
An individuals ability to communicate meaning clearly thru speech.
Gifted versus Talented
Demonstrated ability far above average in one or several areas including overall intellectual ability, leadership, specific academic subjects, creativity, athletics, or the visual or performing arts.
Visual format that helps students to organize their understanding of information being presented or read and the relationships between various parts of the information.
Independent Learning Skills
Skills students need to manage their own learning, including note taking, textbook reading, test taking, written expression, and time management.
A type of teaching based on the belief that children are naturally active learners and that given the appropriate instructional environment, they actively construct knowledge and solve problems in developmentally appropriate ways.
The most common method of nondirect instruction.
Condition is which a student has dysfunction in processing information typically found in language based activities, resulting in interference with learning; problems with learning how to read and/or math
Performance Based Assessment
Method of evaluation that measures what students can do with knowledge rather than measuring specific bits of knowledge the student possesses.
Method of evaluation in which a purposeful collection of student work is used to determine student effort, progress, and achievement in one or more areas.
An individuals ability to understand what people mean when they speak.
Instructional approach for teaching higher order thinking skills in which a teacher supports student learning by
Reviewing the cognitive strategy to be assessed
Regulating difficulty during practice
Providing varying contexts for student practice
Increasing student responsibility for learning
Creating opportunities for independent student practice
Type of assessment decision concerning whether or not a students academic or behavior performance is different enough from that of his or her peers to merit further, more in depth assessment.
Also called universal screening
Plans designed for students moving beyond an educational setting or thru different phases within the educational process
Time a teacher waits for an answer asked to a class.
Assistance which supports independence; environmental inventory