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25 Cards in this Set

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the amount a student has learned in a subject area
a set of rules or procedures for performing a task
deductive reasoning
moving from a general rule or DEcree to more specific DEtails
empathetic listening
communicating understanding of students' feelings by putting yourself in their place
holistic evaluation
judging the overall quality of project or paper
inductive reasoning
moving from specific INformtion to a general conclusion (INstance: ant,bee, and grasshopper have six legs, they are insects...insects have 6 legs)
Inquiry or Discovery learning
obtaining information by asking a question or investigating a problem
insturctional strategy
plan for how a lesson will be taught
a memory aid including tricks to aid in recall of information
needs assessment
discovering what is needed as a first step in determining a plan of action to address a problem or instructional goal
nonverbal cues
phyusical acts that send a message
percentile score
test score in comparison to other scores.
holding teachers and schools responsible for student learning
compensatory education
special programs for at-risk students such as remedial instruction, special activities, or early learning experiences
compulsory education
school attendance required by law for every child, ages 6-19
keeping certain information private only between people involved
principles of good behavior, explaining how one should act in certain situations
including special needs students in regular classroom for all or part of the day
an established teacher given the job of advising a new teacher or a person who serves in a counseling role for a student
adjustment for studnets who are in need
someone who is new or inexperienced
Title I
federally funded programs for students needing extra help
describes a student with a greater than usual chance of having difficulty in school due to factors such as limited-English proficiency, cultural diversity, poverty, race, homelessness, or teen pregnancy
set of scoring guidelines for evaluating student work to ensure consistency in grading
formative assessment
measurement taking place both before and during instruction to guide lesson pace and planning