Exam I Study Guide
Chapter 1: Research, Intro to Educational Psychology, Effective Teachers
of Effective Teachers
and important milestones at each stage
zone of proximal development, Scaffolding
relative to development
stages and crisis at each stage (specific stages relative to K-12 ages)
Chapter 4: Intelligence, Diversity
for developing IQ tests
How to determine
Gardner’s Multiple Intelligences
Relative to Intelligence
- What is it? What does it look like in the classroom?
Definition of SES
and how it affects academic achievement
Gender Roles - Definition
and Socialization of
- What is it? Pros? Cons? What does it look like in the classroom?
to eliminate biases in the classroom
Chapter 12: Learners with Exceptionalities
- what is it? why do we use it?
Types of Disorders/Disabilities
and Teaching Strategies (as discussed in class and in text)
- causes, characteristics, strategies
Environment - levels, what is goal behind it?
- characteristics, how do we educate them?
8, 9: Critical Thinking, Problem-solving, Creativity, Accommodating Instruction
that Foster Critical Thinking, Creativity, Problem-Solving, Decision-Making
is Social Constructivism and what does it look like in the classroom
Tracking - within
group and between group
is mastery learning?