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education
process of human growth, ones around us
schooling
specific formalized process across the country
socialization
passing on the culture to our young
constructivist
cognitive learning...people learn by constructing their own knowledge through an active learning process rather than by absorbing directly from other sources
student diversity
academic ability gender, etc.
race
physical characteristics
ethnicity
share the same common culture
cultural pluralism
understanding and appreciation of differences
multicultural education
emerging discipline whose major aim is to create equal education opportunities for students from diverse racial, ethnic, social-class, and cultural groups
Lau vs. Nicholas
increasing of bilingual in schools
proposition 227
do not speak English 1 year to learn
learning styles
tactile learners, auditory, visual, etc
least restrictive environment
putting learning disabled student into a regular classroom
mainstreaming
special education students in regular classes
inclusion
educate each child
curriculum
organized and intended experiences of the student for which the school accepts responsibility
NCLB
state wide assessments math and science
NAEP
national report card
cooperative learning
working in small groups
block schedule
fewer classes in a given day
tracking
after school programs
self-fulfilling prophecy
student's behavior that comes about as a reslt of teacher's expectations. teachers expect them to act a certian way...the school's responsible
zone for proximal development
the distance b/w the actual developmental level as determined by independent problem solving
scaffolding
provides assistance when a learner is on the verge of solving a problem but can't complete it independently
classroom management
teacher establishments and maintains the class
withitness
a teacher's awareness of what is going on in the classroom
wait time
time you wait
ethnics
teacher's morals
teacher liability
oversee
Scopes vs. State of Tennessee
evolution, religion in education "the monkey trail"
Buckley Amendment
the families' rights to privacy Act
philosophy
love of wisdom
perennalism
a philosophy view that human nature as a constant, promotes advancement of intellect as the central purpose of schools stresses academic disciplne
essentialism
critical core of info
progresive education
a continuing of education
behaviorism
a theory asserting that all behavior is shaped by environmental events
piaget
cognitive pshycologist
universal education
education for everyone
Horace Mann
interested in teacher preparation
pestalozzi
relying on attitudes
Herbart
believed that educational method should be based on psychology
montessori
preschools that are carefully designed environments
kalamazoo case
taxing on the public
Booker T. Washington
a black male teacher who started African-American normal school
Plessy vs. Ferguson
separate but equal
Brown vs. Board of Education
supreme court separate but never could be equal
resegregation
the opposite of segregration
New England Primer
an illustrated book
categorical grants
federal grant that may be spent only for narrowly defined purpose
block grants
minium federal money
compensatory education
to connect students, families, and community to provide the education and support needed to overcome barriers and achieve academic and personal success
title 1
delivers federal funds to local school districts and schools for the education of students from low income homes
professional development
a step-by-step guide to implementing strong, sustainable teachers
magnet schools
offer students opportunities to discover their talents
charter schools
public schools which are often joined by members of local communtiy , allows school great deal of independence
voucher plans
taking your federal money to the school of your choice
portfolios
collection of someone's personal work
licensure
getting a certificate
transferable skills
skills and abilities in many areas
NBPTS~ national board for professional teaching standards
a commitment to quality teaching great schools begin w/great teachers