T&L High School Final

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1. 

what part of the brain coordinates and orchestrates skilled movement

 

cerebellum

 
2. 

the last part of the brain to develop fully is the

 

frontal lobe

 
3. 

messages sent by releasing chemicals that jump across synapses involve

 

neurons

 
4. 

the prevailing view regarding the use of learning styles research for identifying ethic groups differences is that such info

 

needs to be considered cautiously as it may promote stereotyping

 
5. 

in the cognitive approach to learning; learning

 

depends a great deal on individual perception

 
6. 

Alec still remembers how to touch type even though it has been 3 years since he has practiced. the memory system most directly involved here is

 

procedural

 
7. 

one of the educational implications of sensory memory is that

 

attention is necessary if children are to remember information

 
8. 

a flashblub goes off into your eyes all you can see for the next few sec are big blue dots what type of memory is most directly involved in this phenomenon

 

sensory

 
9. 

what you are thinking about right now is being held in what type of memory

 

working

 
10. 

items can be stored in working memory for approximately how long

 

20 sec

 
11. 

research has shown that the capacity of the working memory is limited to about how many chuncks

 

5-9

 
12. 

when we intentionally try to learn something new we are involving what type of long term memory

 

explicit memory

 
13. 

because memories are organized in propositional networks recall of one bit of info often

 

leads to recall of another bit of info

 
14. 

in order to understand the large amounts of info inherent in complex concepts people must develop structures or patterns called

 

schemas

 
15. 

long term memory for how to do things is called

 

procedural memory

 
16. 

in order to help students become better learners its recommended that they

 

be provided a variety of strategies and practices

 
17. 

ms cricket gave a creative writing assignment on todays filmshe allows 10 min today and 10 min tomorrow to work on itwhat component of the creative process is she fostering

 

restructuring

 
18. 

the stage of transfer for strategies in which the teacher should provide new problems that can be solved with the same strategy is the stage of

 

transfter

 
19. 

which one of the following theories places the greatest emphasis on presenting models so that students can learn from observing others complete a task

 

social cognitive theory

 
20. 

according to albert banduras social cognitive theory--peers

 

can serve as important models and facilitate students learning

 
21. 

the constructionist approach to planning learning experiences emphasizes what role for teachers and students

 

students and teachers together determine the content activities learning strategies to be used

 
22. 

a constructivist approach to assessment compared to a traditional approach would include use of

 

students and teachers sharing authority for evaluating students work

 
23. 

what is the appropriate strategies regarding seatwork

 

seatwork should be counted as part of the course grade

 
24. 

the question on the objective test you are taking are what type of question

 

convergent

 
25. 

research shows that the average amount of time teachers wait for students to answer questions is

 

1 sec

 
26. 

the recommended waiting time while questioning students is

 

3-5 sec

 
27. 

info that is useful in a particular situation or that applies mainly to one specific topic

 

domain specific

 
28. 

instruction characterized by high levels of teacher explanation demonstration and interaction with students

 

active teaching

 
29. 

disparities in access to technology between poor and more affluent students families

 

digital divide

 
30. 

increasing the chances that we will repeat a behavior by observing another persons treatment for that behavior

 

vicarious reinforcement

 
31. 

those who have been socially disadvantaged

 

minority group

 
32. 

exceptional progress by a student as a result of high teacher expectations for that student

 

pygmalion effect

 
33. 

learning by watching and imitating others

 

observational learning

 
34. 

assignment to different classes and academic experiences based on achievement

 

tracking