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Class notes for 2/01/2016- 2/05/2016

by: Kaitlin Peterson

Class notes for 2/01/2016- 2/05/2016 CI 333

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Class notes for 2/01/2016- 2/05/2016
Educational Psychology
Dr. Phye
Class Notes
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This 2 page Class Notes was uploaded by Kaitlin Peterson on Friday February 5, 2016. The Class Notes belongs to CI 333 at Iowa State University taught by Dr. Phye in Winter 2016. Since its upload, it has received 35 views. For similar materials see Educational Psychology in Education and Teacher Studies at Iowa State University.

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Notes for days 2/1/2016 – 2/5/2016 2/1/2016 Identity and Self concept  Self-concept develops constantly.  Self-concept and self-esteem differ. o Self-esteem involved feelings, socioemotional concepts. o Self-esteem also differs based on the individual task. o Self-concept is the big overall picture and is more complex.  Self-esteem and self-worth differ. o Self-worth: overall sense of worth is related to self-esteem, it depends on the competency an individual has with a task o People feel inadequate and try to run away from that feeling o When you know that you are different from other students, it impacts self-worth  Self-efficacy o Self-efficacy is competency with a specific task Self-Concept is the Self entire diagram. Esteem This circle diagram does not indicate that these terms are bidirectional. Just because someone feels good about themselves does not mean that they will be better at math. Feeling good does not cause skills to materialize out of thin air. Speaker on Learner disabilities 02/03/2016 Students deal with two major issues with their own moral development within the academic realm. These two issues are bullying and cheating. 4 student speakers discussing their experience learning English in the United States. 02/05/2016 Chapter 4 Intelligence is the ability to manipulate abstract symbols and concepts. Inter individual vs intra individual Inter individual: what makes two individuals different Intra Individual: Looking at your own strengths and weaknesses and comparing your abilities Origin Of Intellectual Abilities: A combination of heredity and environment Two Major Theorists of Intelligence 1. Cattel: 2 different kinds of intelligence measured by different criteria a. Crystalized intelligence: IQ tests b. Fluid intelligence: Intelligences that we cannot explain. Things such as the ability to adapt, or general intelligence. 2. Gardner: a. Multiple Intelligences theory which emphasizes different learning styles that each student has b. Theory not proven with data, but teachers still reference and use this theory regardless There are individual differences in intellectual ability. There will be a variety of intellectual ability skill sets in a classroom, and a teacher must be prepared to cater to the extreme ends of the spectrum as long as to the average majority. You need to be able to make accommodations for learners that have disabilities and for learners that are gifted.


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