EDT 425 Vocabulary

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EDT 425 Vocabulary
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  1. Reference to the concept that an individual is responsible for is or her behaviors and should be able to demonstrate publicly worth of the activities carried out
    Accountability
  2. A way of joining or connecting previously leaned materials with the most recent material; educational linkages
    Articulation
  3. Refers to procedures and assessments that are compatible with the expected outcomes with your instructional objectives. When the assessment, procedures, and the learning objectives are compatible, the assessment is authentic.
    Authentic Assessment
  4. A procedures that gives teachers and students large blocks of time in the school program
    Block Scheduling
  5. A strategy of instruct used to create a flow of ideas that facilities the students' responses without peer judgement or criticism
    Brainstorming
  6. The process of thinking
    Cognition
  7. The point of view that learners construct their own understanding of the information they study. Instruction allows learners to construct their own understanding and includes cooperative learning, discussion, guided discover, student inquiry, and other instructional approaches that involve small groups of learners working together assisting one another in educational task, and providing support for one another than competing
    Constructivism
  8. The genre of instructional strategies that use small groups of students working together and helping one another on learning tasks
    Cooperative Learning
  9. Refers to what students should know (content) and be able to do (process and performance)
    Curriculum Standards
  10. Refers to a diagnostic judgement of what students know or think they know prior to instruction
    Diagnostic Assessment
  11. Gathering data about learning in progress
    Formative Assessment
  12. Refers to the teaching strategy of using plans for teaching by relating disciplines.
    Integrated Curriculum
  13. A study with a basic them that crosses the boundaries of 2 or more disciplines
    Interdisciplinary Thematic Unit (ITU)
  14. Refers to a student's unique and independent way of knowing and processing information; it is a way that a student personally approaches learning problems and processes information to solve the problems
    Learning Style
  15. Understanding one's own thinking including planning, monitoring, and evaluating
    Metacognition
  16. A specific type of student response that is assessed and that lends itself to assessment that is authentic
    Performance Assessment
  17. In this approach, complex real-world problems are used to motivate students to identify and research the concepts and principles they need to know to work through those problems
    Problem-Based Learning
  18. Refers to a student's organized network of information; the mental construct through which students organize their perceptions of knowledge and situations perceptions can be organized as concepts and connected relationships
    Schema
  19. Refers to 2 or more teachers who work together to provide instruction to the same group of learners; they can teach together simultaneously or alternate instruction
    Teaching Team
  20. Problem-based, student-centered, addressing student concerns and/or social issues
    Theme

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