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53 Cards in this Set

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Why is oral competency important for your development as a professional? (3)
1. Mastery of basic skill
2. Effective in practice
3. Advancement potential
What are 2 important keys to professional development?
1. Role of Oral Competency in Professional Development
2. Thoughts on Characteristics of Learners
Why is Oral competency important for your respected profession? (3)
1. Communicates importance of field to society.
2.Assists field in being recognized and valued in relation to other disciplines.
3.Provides mechanism to seek support (social, economic, politica)
Essential steps or milestones that need to be achieved successfully before transition to the next developmental stage.
Developmental tasks
Which Theorist gives the example of ages 18-30:
-selecting a mate
-learning to live with a partner
-starting family
-managing home
Which Theorist gives the example of "Developmental work of early and middle adulthood"? What do these include?
-Forming and modifying an occupation
-Forming mentoring relationships
-Forming mutual friendships
What are some examples of external environments?
What are some examples of internal factors that will affect a person in the learning environment?
-Personal Traits
What two factors are associated with "Understanding the learner"?
1. Learning Styles
2. Multiple Intelligence
What are 3 components of the profession that must be transmitted to students in preparation for the professional practice of family and consumer sciences?
1. The Goal
2. A Body of Knowledge
3. Practice (including the methods of transmitting the body of knowledge)
What is the GOAL (or mission) of the profession?
The component that serves as a rationale for WHY THE PROFESSION EXISTS.
What is the PRACTICE of the profession?
Transmitting the body of knowledge to clients. (Reasoning and decision making)
Other than classroom teaching, what other instruction strategies are there?
What is an example of FORMAL education?
Teaching in private/public schools.
Formal education is usually ________.
What are some examples of NON-FORMAL education?
-community education
-job training
-4H clubs
-Expectant parent classes
What are some examples of INFORMAL education?
-reading to a child
-serving as a role model or mentor
What are 2 factors of the Learning Style Theory? (roots, focus)
1.Roots in Psychoanalysis
2.Focuses on process of learning
What are 2 factors of the Multiple Intelligence Theory? (roots, focus)
1.Roots in cognitive Science
2.Focuses on content and products of learning.
Name the 4 basic Learning styles
1. Mastery
2. Understanding
3. Self-expressive
4. Interpersonal
Describe a MASTERY learner
-abosorbs info concretely and sequentially
-clarity & practicality
Describe an UNDERSTANDING learner
-focuses on ideas and abstractions
-standards of logic & use of evidence
Describe a SELF-EXPRESSIVE learner
-Uses feeling and emotion to construct new ideas
-originality, aesthetics, capacity to surprise/delight
Describe an INTERPERSONAL learner
-abosorbs info concretely
-potential use in helping others
Name the 7 Multiple Intelligences
2.Logical-mathematical-use of numbers
4.Musical-perform-interpret & create music
5.Bodily-kinesthetic-use of body
6.Interpersonal-work with people
7.Intrapersonal-understand self
What are 4 tips for communicating content?
1.Understand your own learning styles/intelligences
2.Use informal ways to assess learning styles and intelligences of your learners
3.Build on student interest
4.Balance tailoring session to learner needs with challenging students to learn in different ways
What are the key component to educational planning?
2.Target Audience
3.Content (concepts & generalizations)
4.Learner Outcomes/Objectives
What is the process one should use to determine a topic?
1.Professional identity
2.Knowledge base
3.Learner needs
What do you need to know about your audience?
Lifespan stage
Developmental tasks
External environment
Internal factors
1st Definition of a Concept
The mental picture one has of an idea, an object or a procedure
2nd Definition of a Concept
A word label given to a particular idea or group of ideas
3rd Definition of a Concept
Complete meaning that goes with all one knows, thinks, and feels about something
Name the 3 levels of concepts
Level 1: describes, defines, clarifies
Level 2: correlates (shows relationships among concepts)
Level 3: indicates relationships and shows prediction
Give examples of the 3 levels of concepts
Level 1: Types of household income
Level 2: Relationship of household income to type of nutrients in family diet
Level 3: Effects of nutrition in the family during a decline in household income
Definition #1 of Generalization
Verbalization of a thought (in contrast to concepts that are an idea or mental picture)
Definition #2 of Generalization
Statements supported by facts, beliefs and/or experiences
Name the 3 levels of Generalizations
Level 1: identifies, defines, describes, classifies or presents simple facts
Level 2: shows relationships among concepts or makes comparisons
Level 3: shows relationships among concepts and usually explains, interprets, justifies or predicts
Give examples of the 3 levels of Generalizations
Level 1: Types of household income include salaries, hourly wages, gifts, and in-kind contributions.
Level 2: The amount of household income may affect the amount of protein in family diet
Level 3: Protein intake in the family may decrease if there is a decline in household income
ABC's of writing objectives?
Audience-Describes who the learners are
Behaviors-What the learner should be able to do after instruction
Condition-The criteria/situation by which the learner’s performance will be assessed
What the teacher does to help students learn
Statement of facts, principles, generalizations followed by examples
Deductive strategy
Inquiry or discovery through activities that help lead learners to principles or generalizations
Inductive strategy
name the 3 domains
What the students do to learn in order to achieve objectives
What are the steps to consider in implementing activities?
1.Preparation-motivate students to attend to desired learning
2.Utilization -involves main activity
3.Follow-up-planned to consolidate learning
Ancient method of talking to a group of people to present information
One the most common methods of instruction in all types of situations
What are the TIPS for giving a good lecture?
1.Provide Intro
2.Develop the Body of the Lecture
3.Provide Summary/Closure
4.Consider Ways to Enhance Attention
5.Use Illustrations
6.Final Considerations
A systematic process of determining the extent to which educational objectives are achieved by learners
Includes only collection of quantitative data concerning learners
when it is used to improve or maintain the quality of teaching or learning
Means process
when individuals develop the knowledge, attitudes, and abilities that enable them to engage in the evaluating process
End Goal
Name the evaluating cognitive essay examples (6)
1.Knowledge-Short answer, matching, completion, T-F, multiple choice
2.Comprehension-Matching, multiple choice
3.Application-Multiple choice, essay
4.Analysis-Multiple choice, essay
6.Evaluation-Essay, multiple choice