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Blooms Taxonomy

Creating-Generating new ideas, products, or ways of viewing things. (Designing playbooks)

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Erik Erikson

neo-Freudian, humanistic; 8 psychosocial stages of development: theory shows how people evolve through the life span. Each stage is marked by a psychological crisis that involves confronting "Who am I?"

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Jean Piaget

Cognitive Development-Students must be active learners and collaborate with others.

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Schemata

How the mind categorizes incoming stimuli. Ex: Children learn that a dog, cat and bear are part of the schema called animals. Baseball, Football, Basketball are all team sports

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Metacognition

thinking about how you think - this is what happens when you consider how you solved a problem.

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Scaffolding

temporary support that is tailored to a learner's needs and abilities and aimed at helping the learner master the next task in a given learning process.

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Concept Mapping

an instructional strategy that requires learners to identify, graphically display, and link key concepts

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Cooperative Learning

small groups of classmates work toward common goals

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Direct Instruction

Teacher-centered instruction which includes lecture, presentation, and recitation. Keep it short 5 to 20 minutes.

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Discovery Learning

A constructivist approach to teaching in which students are encouraged to discover principles for themselves. Mastering new information mainly as a result of the students own efforts. Ex. Student learns new informatin while completing a research paper. (Brunner)

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Whole Group Discussion

Entire class participates as one large group for discussing a topic

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Independent Study

student and a professor or teacher agree upon a topic for the student to further research outside of school with loose guidance from the instructor for an agreed upon amount of credits

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Interdisciplinary Instruction

Traditional classrooms divide instruction into catagories (disciplines) such as "reading," "math," and "social studies." Interdisciplinary teaching involves any effort on the part of an instructor to design learning activities with products and activities to relate to more that one discipline.

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Inquiry Method

A system in which students solve problems or answer questions by forming tentative hypotheses then collecting and analyzing data to provide evidence for or against their hypotheses;(Brunner)

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Abraham Maslow

humanistic psychologist who proposed the hierarchy of needs, with self-actualization as the ultimate psychological need.

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proximity

Teacher moves freely around room, students are more focused when teacher is nearby.

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Questioning

Convergant-One answer Name the planet closest to the sun.

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Discipline Dont's

Being Sarcastic

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Accomodation

Extra time, oral testing, preferred seating

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Modification

Off grade level testing, student participates in same activity but with different materials and expectations than rest of class.

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IDEA

Individuals with disiabilities education act-govens the education of students with disiabilities. supports Co-teaching

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IEP

Individual Educational Plan-For all students with disabilities which must be updated annually.

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Least Restrictive Environment

provision in IDEA that requires students with disabilities to be educated with nondisabled peers to the maximum extent appropriate

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Inclusion

Including individuals with disabilities in regular education activities.Welcomes diversity, requires collaboration, holds high expectations for everyone.

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Multiple Intelligences

verbal/linguistic-think in words-journal,interview,presenting speeches.

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Brain Based Learning

Need proper sleep, nutrition, and water.

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Cognitive development

Capable of thinking abstractly, think reflectively,

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Moral Development

I am indestructable, I can do anything, self image means a lot

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Vygotsky

Internalized talking, selof guidence.

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Jean Piaget

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