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Psyc4220 Week 12 Notes

by: Caitlin Conner

Psyc4220 Week 12 Notes PSYC 4220

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Caitlin Conner
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Developmental Psychology
Kacy Welsh

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Last day of notes for Exam 3 (November 2)
Developmental Psychology
Kacy Welsh
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Date Created: 11/02/15
PSYC4220 WEEK 12 NOTES November 2 2015 Individual accountability is becoming more and more important Standardized tests individual performance evaluated by comparing score to average score of large number of similar individuals 0 Achievement tests tests designed to assess speci c information learned in school Compare performance to other kids of same grade Bettercomprehensive portfolio of student s work Teachers Effective teachers are typically similar to authoritative parents 0 Warm approachable high expectations exible Caring relationships are especially important for kids from low SES at risk of learning dif culties 0 But more likely to have sensitive supportive relationship with high SES kids Teacher expectancy effect or educational selfful lling prophesy when an educator s expectations for a student actually bring about the expected behavior Has large impact on low achieving students How well does US education system work 0 International studies of reading math and science Hong Kong Korea Japantop performers Canada in top tier USaverage sometimes below average 0 US instruction less challenging Rely on memorization little depth 0 Performance varies greatly between schoosack of equity in educational opportunities 0 Factors that support high achievement Cultural valuing of education Emphasis on effort 0 Instead of natural ability US High quality education for all More time for instruction 0 School day is longermore breaks eld tripsextracurricular activities 0 School year50 days longer Homeschooling o 24 of kids in US Why 0 Parents believe they39ll so a betterjob Want kid to get individual attention 0 Want kid to learn certain religiousmoral beliefs 0 Want to protect against unwanted socialcultural in uences Child has special needs 0 8 have a disability How effective 0 Research is scarce no good largescale experimental data 0 Smaller less controlled studies No difference in social emotional development Above average on standardized tests equally likely to enroll in college Closer to parents family 0 Critics 0 00000 November 4 2015 o DEBATE November 62015 0 EXAM 3 Unfair comparison selfselected High SES invested parenting What about peer interaction Experiencing diversity Technology Lack of trained parents Homeschooling networks


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