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Classroom Learning

Knowing more about educational psychology and the different instructional strategies out there can help you work with your child's teacher to provide a better, more tailored learning environment. Read on for comprehensive descriptions of classroom teaching techniques, educational theories, instructional strategies and classroom management strategies.

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  • 81.

    Expectancy Value Motivational Theory

    ASKING “CAN I DO THE TASK?” ASKING “DO I WANT TO DO THE TASK?” Between 1980 and the early 2000s, Jacquelynne...

    Source: The Gale Group
  • 82.

    Authentic Assessment

    THE HISTORY OF AUTHENTIC ASSESSMENT AUTHENTIC ASSESSMENT DATA ANALYSIS VARIATIONS OF AUTHENTIC ASSESSMENTS...

    Source: The Gale Group
  • 83.

    Stereotype Threat

    TASK PERFORMANCE SUBVERSION MAJOR FINDINGS ON STEREOTYPE THREAT IN ACADEMIC DOMAINS WAYS TEACHERS CAN STRUCTURE...

    Source: The Gale Group
  • 84.

    Orthopedic Impairments

    ORTHOPEDIC IMPAIRMENT DEFINITION ASSESSING ORTHOPEDIC IMPAIRMENTS CHARACTERISTICS OF CHILDREN WITH ORTHOPEDIC...

    Source: The Gale Group
  • 85.

    Norm-Referenced Testing

    DERIVED SCORES REVIEWING THE ADEQUACY OF A NORM GROUP STRENGTHS AND WEAKNESSES OF NORM-REFERENCED TESTS THE STATUS OF...

    Source: The Gale Group
  • 86.

    Gender Role Stereotyping

    GENDER ROLE STEREOTYPES AND STUDENT-TEACHER INTERACTIONS INFLUENCE OF GENDER ROLE STEREOTYPES ON SCHOOL SUBJECTS...

    Source: The Gale Group
  • 87.

    Intelligence Testing

    INTELLIGENCE AND ACHIEVEMENT THE ORIGIN OF INTELLIGENCE TESTS THE USE OF APTITUDE AND INTELLIGENCE TESTS IN SCHOOLS...

    Source: The Gale Group
  • 88.

    Individualized Education Program (IEP)

    DEFINITION OF THE INDIVIDUALIZED EDUCATION PROGRAM LEGISLATIVE HISTORY LEGAL REQUIREMENTS DESIGNING AND IMPLEMENTING...

    Source: The Gale Group
  • 89.

    The Importance of Memory

    Question: Memory is mysterious. You may lose a memory created fifteen seconds earlier, such as when you find yourself...

    Source: John Wiley & Sons, Inc.
  • 90.

    Prosocial Behavior

    DEVELOPMENTAL CHANGES CONTEXTUAL AND INDIVIDUAL INFLUENCES RELATION TO OTHER ASPECTS OF SCHOOL FUNCTIONING HOW TEACHERS...

    Source: The Gale Group