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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.

    Theories of Intelligence

    HISTORY OF THE CONCEPT PREVALENCE, STABILITY, GROUP DIFFERENCES, AND DEVELOPMENTAL CHANGES METHODS AND ASSESSMENT TOOLS...

    Source: The Gale Group
  • 82.

    Operant Conditioning

    ASSUMPTIONS RELATED TO LEARNING VARIATIONS OF THE MODEL COMPONENTS AND ACTIVITIES OF THE MODEL THAT AFFECT EDUCATIONAL...

    Source: The Gale Group
  • 83.

    Egocentrism

    EGOCENTRISM AND DEVELOPMENT EGOCENTRISM IN SOCIAL AND ACADEMIC DOMAINS INDIVIDUAL AND CONTEXTUAL DIFFERENCES SUGGESTIONS...

    Source: The Gale Group
  • 84.

    Classical Conditioning

    CLASSROOM PHOBIAS AND TEST ANXIETY EXTINCTION AS NEW LEARNING THE RENEWAL EFFECT Associative learning occurs when an...

    Source: The Gale Group
  • 85.

    Weschler Intelligence Test

    BIBLIOGRAPHY The Wechsler Intelligence Tests include three individually administered intelligence tests, appropriate for...

    Source: The Gale Group
  • 86.

    Self-Determination Theory of Motivation

    AUTONOMOUS AND CONTROLLED MOTIVATIONS AUTONOMY AND CONTROL: THEIR CONSEQUENCES THE ANTECEDENTS OF AUTONOMY AND CONTROL...

    Source: The Gale Group
  • 87.

    Questioning

    RESEARCH STRANDS AND CURRENTS QUESTIONS THAT VARY BY COGNITIVE DEMAND QUESTIONS THAT VARY BY EPISTEMIC ROLE WHAT IS...

    Source: The Gale Group
  • 88.

    Learning and Teaching Mathematics

    LEARNING GOALS FOR MATHEMATICS EDUCATION REFORM AND CONTROVERSY IN MATHEMATICS INSTRUCTION CHALLENGES FOR EFFECTIVE...

    Source: The Gale Group
  • 89.

    Triarchic Theory of Intelligence

    BIBLIOGRAPHY Webster (1996) defines intelligence as the “capacity for learning, reasoning, understanding, and similar...

    Source: The Gale Group
  • 90.

    Attribution Theory

    WEINER'S MODEL OF ATTRIBUTIONS HOW ATTRIBUTIONS INFLUENCE BEHAVIOR HOW ATTRIBUTIONS ARE COMMUNICATED TO LEARNERS...

    Source: The Gale Group