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ESEPSY 2309 Midterm Study Guide

by: Casey Kaiser

ESEPSY 2309 Midterm Study Guide Ed Psych 2309

Casey Kaiser
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This is a study guide of questions I made up based on my own notes and the slides from class.
Psychology Perspectives on Education
Dr. Mike Dornoo
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This 2 page Study Guide was uploaded by Casey Kaiser on Sunday October 9, 2016. The Study Guide belongs to Ed Psych 2309 at Ohio State University taught by Dr. Mike Dornoo in Spring 2016. Since its upload, it has received 49 views. For similar materials see Psychology Perspectives on Education in Education and Teacher Studies at Ohio State University.

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Date Created: 10/09/16
Psychological Perspectives on Education Midterm Study Guide Naima Khandaker Cognition and Memory  What are the different types of learning that we talked about?  Describe the information processing theory o What are the three parts that are involved in this theory? Describe each o What are the capacity, duration, and contents of each of these three parts? o Describe the limitations of each part as well o What are the differences between attention and perception? o What are some teaching strategies under the information processing theory? o What is the dual coding theory? o What is the difference between declarative and procedural knowledge? o What is the difference between rote and meaningful learning? o What are the advantages or disadvantages of those things? o What are some strategies for using both rote and meaningful learning? o Describe the Loci Method of memory assistance Complex Cognitive Processes  What is metacognition? o How can it be used in a classroom? o What are epistemic beliefs? o What are the differences in overt strategies and covert strategies of metacognitive skills? o How can you teach metacognitive skills? o How can metacognition be influence by epistemic beliefs? Contextual Theories  What is transfer? o What is the difference between positive and negative transfer?  Describe problem solving, critical thinking, and creativity  What is the difference between creativity and divergent thinking?  Understand that learning happens within a certain context and can be influenced by many different things o How does social interaction influence learning? o How can you create a community of learners in your classroom? o How do people's surroundings shape their learning, development, and behavior?  What makes problem solving difficult? o What are schemas? o What is mental set? Behaviorism  Compare and contrast cognitive and behaviorist perspectives on how we learn  What are the two types of conditioning? o Describe the process of each o What kinds of behaviors would you use the different conditioning styles for? o What is the difference between reinforcement and punishment? How would you define each? o Can you define conditioned / unconditioned response / stimulus? Social Cognitive Theory  Who was Albert Bandura and what was his influence on psychology?  What is the social cognitive theory? o What are the key concepts of this theory? o Define each of the key concepts o What is the difference between self-esteem, self-concept, and self- efficacy? o How do we manipulate self-efficacy? o What is modeling? o How does it effect other people?  What is reciprocal causation?  What is self-regulation? o What are the components of it? Group Differences  What is the Pygmalion effect?  What is bias and how does it affect us?  What are the three steps that could help us to identify and alleviate bias in an educational setting? Individual Differences  How do we define intelligence?  What are cognitive styles and dispositions? o Define these things? o Can you describe how they may be good or bad in a classroom?  What are the theories of intelligence?  Describe Spearman's g  Describe Cattell's fluid and crystallized intelligence  Describe Cattell-Horn-Carroll (CHC) Theory  Is there scientific evidence to back any of these theories?  Describe Sternberg's theory of successful intelligence vs Gardner's Multiple intelligences theories  What is the concept of differentiation? o What are the different strategies educators could use within differentiation?  Describe the RTI (response to intervention) pyramid


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