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PPR Vocab

Affective Domain Feelings, emotions, values, and attitudes.
Metacognition Ability to monitor and think about one's own thinking, learning, and remembering.
Psychomotor domian Physical activities or skills
Mnemonic A memory aid including tricks to aid in recall information.
Percentile score Test score in comparison to others scores.
Homogeneous Grouping Grouping students with like characteristics or abilities.
Modality Preferred ways of learning such as seeing, hearing, touching, or moving.
Paradigm An example, pattern, or framework for thinking.
Rote learning Memorizing facts or associations.
Scope Amount covered by a given activity or subject.
Heterogeneous Grouping Grouping students with unlike characteristics or abilities.
Ecletic Using a variety of sources
Precocious Advanced in development.
Vicarious Learning Learning by watching someone else, without direct experience.
Pedagogy The art, profession, or study of teaching.
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