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TE150 Reflections on Learning Exam 3 Study Guide Exams will be closedbook and inclass All students are responsible for bringing a blank blue book Your instructor will specify what size blue book to bring The exam will consist of term definition and short answer sections Terms 30 points You will be given four of these terms and asked to define two Your definition should include an original example that demonstrates your understanding of the term 12 1 page per term Each response should include a short definition 33 an relevant example 33 and an explanation of how the example illustrates the definition 34 Big Ideas Beliefs affect behaviors Constructs expectancy beliefs subjective task values how individual39s choice persistence and performance on activities can be explained by their expectancy beliefs and subjective task values usefulness interest importance attainment value intrinsic value utility value cost Big Ideas Infants are more than blank slates They have capabilities and predispositions to learn certain things especially things related to surviving and developing as a human being Constructs Infants39 capabilities tabula rasa Piaget39s cognitive structures child as active learner Vygotsky39s zone of proximal development readiness to learn early predispositions to learn some things strategies metacognition Early competencies physical concepts possible amp impossible events biological causality animate amp inanimate objects number concepts attention to language Big Ideas Infants and children also learn to direct their own activity and learning Constructs capacities memory ability to learn strategies knowledge metacognition multiple strategies development of strategies Gardner39s theory of multiple intelligence children39s incremental and entity theory of intelligence selfdirected amp otherdirected learning scaffolding activities Big Ideas According to these two theories of moral development individuals work through stages Constructs Erickson the virtues existential questions and psychosocial challenges associated with each stage Kohlberg stages Level 1 PreConventional Obedience and punishment orientation Selfinterest orientation Level 2 Conventional interpersonal accord and conformity authority and socialorder maintaining orientation Level 3 PostConventional Social contract orientation Universal ethical principles Big Ideas Learning and development is influenced by immediate interactions which in turn is influenced by a wide range of interconnected forces Constructs Bronfenbrenner39s ecological microsystems mesosystems exosystems macro systems chronosystems interpreting graphs from research cited in the article proximal processes Big Ideas Learning can occur without direct experience Constructs key mechanisms in observational learning process of social learning attention retention production motivation factors that positivelynegatively affect observational learning prestige attractive power of model Functional value of behavior vicarious reinforcement observational learning in school Big Ideas How does a teacher become more sensitive to cultural differences and does a good teacher do with these differences Constructs ethnocentric amp ethnorelative stages of intercultural development cultural quototherquotminimization of cultural differences 3 goals of LadsonBillings39 culturally relevant teaching achieve academic success maintain cultural competence develop critical consciousness immersion study abroad experience role of guide and reflection Multiple Choice 30 points Ten multiple choice questions Each questions is worth 3 points Example Questions 1 Lily and Marshall just had a baby and they want to help him develop a healthy high functioning brain What strategies would be most beneficial for them to adopt a Play classical music in his room while reading lots of books to his b Spend time with him but keep him at home in a plain room to avoid ovenNhelming him d Buy and show him lots of educational videos 2 Tabula Rasa is a The idea that children are born as blank slates b How children learn concrete concepts 0 Children are born with a predisposition to learn certain tasks d Children s neural connections strengthen after practice Essay 40 points Below is a list of essay questions On the exam you will be given two of these questions and will be asked to write a 23 page essay in response to w of them Your essay will be scored according to these criteria 0 Accurate relevant information 50 The information in your response is accurate and relevant to the question Connections between parts of the response are clear logical and function to answer the question Your response is weakened by unnecessary information 0 Application 50 Connections between concepts and examples are clear accurate and germane relevant to the question and demonstrate your understanding Possible Essay Questions Give two contrasting examples that illustrate how students39 motivation on a task can be affected by their expectations for success and subjective valuing of the task Use following terms choice persistence and performance Describe three different examples that demonstrate three ways that infants are not born as quotblank slatesquot when it comes to their development Better learners are often more metacognitive and strategic than poor learners Describe two examples that illustrate this Describe the similarities and differences between Kohlberg and Erickson39s theories of moral development Focus on the transitions in one of the middle development stages of their theories in your compare and contrast analysis Provide an original example of how a teacher might understand a student s development from Bronfrenbrenner s ecological approach Discuss two systems of influence one of them being a microsystem and the other being another system of your choice Be sure to use your example to demonstrate and explain the value of using the ecological perspective Use at least three of these terms ecological microsystems mesosystems exosystems macrosystems chronosystems proximal processes Describe two students in the same class observing the same thing one learns a new behavior the other does not Explain using at least 4 of the following terms direct experience attention retention production motivation prestige attractive power of model functional value of behavior Imagine yourself as a teacher in an urban school where 90 of your students are African American Describe a lesson that involves culturally relevant pedagogy as described by LadsonBillings Your example should be original and not involve music because so many have been given already in the readings Focus especially on how this lesson develops or maintains students39 cultural competence as defined by LadsonBillings Exam Format the exam will be in the following format Terms 60 points Below are six of these terms Please define four Your definition should include an original example that demonstrates your understanding of the term 12 1 page per term Each response should include a short definition 33 an relevant example 33 and an explanation of how the example illustrates the definition 34 List six termsconstructs Essay 40 points Below are two essay questions Please write a 23 page essay in response to w of them Your essay will be scored according to these criteria 0 Accurate relevant information 50 The information in your response is accurate and relevant to the question Connections between parts of the response are clear logical and function to answer the question Your response is weakened by unnecessary information 0 Application 50 Connections between concepts and examples are clear accurate and germane relevant to the question and demonstrate your understanding List two essay questions
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