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Ideas that exchanged in social interaction is what theory? (Vygotsky's theory)
Internalization
The measure of the quality and quantity of connections that an idea has with existing ideas is what?
Understanding
Knowledge that consist of rich relationships or web of ideas is what type of knowldege?
conceptual knowledge
Knowledge of rules and procedures used in carrying out routine is what type of knowledge?
Procedural Knowledge
Children construct their own knowledge is what type of learning theory? (Piaget)
Constructivist Model
What is inductive teaching?
Student thinks through several examples then figures out rule.
What is deductive teeaching?
teacher states rule or definition and then expects student to apply it into set of problems
Affective sttribute that influences the degree to which students want to engage in some activity or choose to become involved
Motivation
Ideas that exchanged in social interaction is what theory? (Vygotsky's theory)
Internalization
The measure of the quality and quantity of connections that an idea has with existing ideas is what?
Understanding
Knowledge that consist of rich relationships or web of ideas is what type of knowldege?
conceptual knowledge
Knowledge of rules and procedures used in carrying out routine is what type of knowledge?
Procedural Knowledge
Children construct their own knowledge is what type of learning theory? (Piaget)
Constructivist Model
What is inductive teaching?
Student thinks through several examples then figures out rule.
What is deductive teeaching?
teacher states rule or definition and then expects student to apply it into set of problems
Affective sttribute that influences the degree to which students want to engage in some activity or choose to become involved
Motivation