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Praxis II PLT Terms

Praxis PLT Terms

Metacognition Thinking about one's own thinking.
Constuctivism The theory that states people learn based on their own understanding.
Discovery Learning The theory that someone can discover information on their own or in groups.
Extrinisic Motivation Motivation that comes from the "outside" such as rewards.
Intrinsic Motivation Motivation that comes from the "inside".
Learned Helplessness A learned tendency to rely on others for help.
Scaffolding Steps or support needed until a person can handle a new skill on their own.
Schema Mind Map(or web) based on past understandings and experiences
Proximal development The point where a student can learn better by working with someone else.
Auditory Learner Someone who learns through listening.
Behavior Disorders A conduct disorder in children.
Concrete Operational Thinker A person (usually age 7-11) who thinks in logical terms and not abstractly. (These thinkers like hands-on activities.)
Formal Operational Thinker a person who thinks hypothetically or uses abstract though processes. (usually after age 11)
Tactile Learner a person who learns through touch.
LRE Least Restrictive Enviroment
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