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Ability
A characteristic of ATTRIBUTION THEORY: a student will use to figure why his actions had the outcome they did.
Absolute Grading Standards
Grading: Students are given a numerical score using either a 10 or 7 point grading scale. These scores can be translated into a letter grade or compared to the average score on a test.
Academic Learning Time
The amount of time the student spends focused on his studies.
Accelerated programs
Academic programs: students are taught basic information and then allowed to progress at their own pace. Used for gifted children.
Achievement Motivation
The degree to which a student WANTS to excel and succeed
Achievement Test Battery
Achievement test: combines several different subject areas into same test
Achievement Tests
Tests designed to measure a student's completion of a particular course
Active Teaching
Checking for understanding and reteaching
Aptitude Tests
Tests: designed to evaluate student's present performance and predict how will she will perform in future
Articulation Difficulties
Difficulting pronouncing sounds or substituting an incorrect sound
Assertive Discipline
Teacher enforces clear rules, quickly and impartially punishes disobedience
At-Risk Students
Students in danger of failing to complete a basic education
Attribution Theory
Students attribute success to their abilities but failure to other people
Attrition
Loss of subjects in research study due to participant drop-out
Automaticity
Ability to perform a task automatically
Behavior Disorders
Inappropriate behaviors that prevent students from getting along with others
Attention Deficity Hyperactivity Disorder
Underdevelopment of impulse control
Advance Organizer
Information given in advance of a lesson to prepare students by reminding them of important information learned before
Affective Objectives
Taxonomies detailing types of values and attitudes the student should develop by end of course
Algorithm
Step-by-step procedure to solve a problem
Allocated Time
Amount of class time devoted to teaching
Alternate/Parallel Forms Reliability
Measure: how well scores from two different tests meant to evaluate same thing correlate with each other
Analytical Intelligence
Ability to see useful relationships between different ideas or aspects of a problem
Behavior Theory
Primary source of motivation is extrinsic or external rewards
Applied Behavior Analysis
Behavioral modification based on behaviroal learning theory
Bloom's Taxonomy: Knowledge
Remembering the information
Bloom's Taxonomy: Comprehension
Understanding
Bloom's Taxonomy: Application
Applying the information in concrete situations
Bloom's Taxonomy: Analysis
Being able to break the information down to its essential parts
Bloom's Taxonomy: Synthesis
Recombine the parts into a coherent whole
Bloom's Taxonomy: Evaulation
Being able to judge the value of a product using information as criteria
Bloom's Taxonomy: Categories
Knowledge, Comprehension, Application, Analysis, Synthesis, Evaluation
Carroll's Model of School Learning
Learning = ratio between effort needed to the effort spent learning
Centration
Piaget: Preoperational children have developed this skill: Ability to focus on one object
Cerebral Palsy
Non-progressive motor problems which cause psychical disability
Character:
Traits: honestly, respectfully and courageously
Character Education Programs
Teach students different positive character traits
Chunking
Dividing large amounts of information into smaller pieces that are easier to learn
Class Inclusion
Piaget: Concrete operational stage-ability to think about multiple objects at the same time and discern relationships between them
Conditoning
Two stimuli are paired causing the presence of one to evoke the other