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EDECH 413 - Ch. 1

accommodation Changing exisitng schemes to incorporate new information.
assimilation Incorporating information into already existing schemes.
balanced comprehesive approach The selection of theory and strategies to match learning styles of children.
behaviorist learning prospective A learning theory in which adults provide a model and children learn through intimidation encouraged by positive reinforcemen
child-centered curriculum An apporach to education focusing on the needs of the students
Common Core State Standards An outline of the typical progression of student performance
constructivst perspective The idea that learners construct knowledge for themselves individually.
emergent literacy Refers to a child's early unconventional attempts at reading, writing, and listening (as coined by Marie Clay).
explicit instruction A teacher-directed strategy with emphasis on teaching a task and the specific steps needed for it.
integrated language arts An approach to literacy instruction that links reading
policy A deliberate system of principles tp guide decisions and achieve rational goals.
reading readiness Various skils considered prerequisite in learning to read
research The study of materials and sources in order to establish facts and reach new conclusions.
scaffolding A strategy in which teachers provide children with modeling and support to help them acquire a skill.
schema A mental structure in which a person stores information he or she knows.
theory A system of ideas intented to explain something based on general principles.
whole-language instruction A philosophy from which strategies are drawn for literacy development.
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