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Test Review 2/21/12

Chapters 15, 1-5

QuestionAnswer
Positive aspects of teaching? Intrinsic Rewards
Negative aspects of teaching? Extrinsic Rewards
Extrinsic External, prizes, money, prestige, and power
Intrinsic Within, personal satisfaction, positive aspect of teaching, enjoyment of work.
Characteristics of teachers? HICKUP- Knowledge of Content, Planning Skills, Classroom Management Skills, Selection and use of appropriate materials, Human Relations Skills, and Instructional Skills.
What does it mean to be a professional educator? Provide unique service, distinctive knowledge and skills, participation in Professional Organizations, continuous reflection and learning,and governed by standards and expectations.
What does InTASC stand for? Interstate Teach Assessment Support Consortion.
How many dispositions are there? Eight.
What is education? Universal institution. Life long process of human growth by which one gains greater understanding and control over oneself and one's world.
What is schooling? Formal process designed to teach knowledge, skills, and norms. Specialized and Formalized.
Purposes of school Intellectual, Civic, Economic, and Social.
What is social? A purpose of school, learning necessary skills and attitudes. Socialization
What is intellectual? Ability to know, think, reading, writing and also to reason.
What is civic? Political purposes of schools have always been one of the primary reasons public schools exist. To learn aboiut the government.
What is economic? To have a better life, social mobility, to move up in status.
Characteristics of an effective school? Teacher's Expectations, Communications Among Teachers, Task Orientation, Academic Engaged Time, Behavior Management, Principal, Parents, and the School Environment.
What is the sources of students diversity? race, language, gender, age, socio-economic, background, religion, NEEDS, and ABILITIES.
How can teacher deal with needs? Love language such as words of affirmation, acts of service, quality time, and physical/touch. Also learning styles.
What are the learning styles? Mastery, Understanding, Self-Expressive, and Interpersonal
What is mastery learning style? Sequential and practical learning
What is understanding learning style? By given a problem to solve
What is self-expressive learning style? To be creative.
What is interpersonal learning style? Learns best in groups.
Question teachers ask? WHAT?
Special Education aka Education for all Handicapped Children ACT
FAPE aka Free Appropriate Public Education
IEP aka Individualized Education Program
IDEA aka Individuals with Disabilities Education ACT
Least Restrictive Environment (LRE)comes out of? Mainstreaming and Inclusion. Which are putting special education students in regular classes.
What are the multiple intelligence abilities? Verbal/Linguistic, Logical-Mathematical, Spatial, Bodily-Kinesthetic, Musical, Interpersonal, Intrapersonal, and Naturalist.
Social problems impacting students? Socio economic, family composition, and violence.
What are the possible solutions to social problems? Focus on goals, provide success experiences, provide unfamiliar vocabulary, and to monitor the class during assignments.
What is curriculum? All of the organized and intended experiences of the students for which the school accepts resonsibility.
Types of curriculum? Formal, Extra Curricular, and Hidden
What is the current curriculum? Language Arts, Math, Science, Social Studies, and Foreign Language.
What is Language Arts trend? Literature v. Grammar
What is Math trend? Manipulatives
What is Science trend? Hands on things and projects
What is Social Studies trend? Emphasis on World History rather than Wester Civilization
What influences on curriculum? State government (Arkansas Dept of Education), Textbook, Professional Organizations, and Instructional Approaches
What is my professional organization? National Association for the Education of Young Children
Learning centers Stations, a strategy for differentiating instruction.
Cooperative Learning Technique Jigsaw, Student Team Learning, Group Investigation, and Think Pair Share.
Differentiating Instruction Stations, Compacting, Complex Instruction, Choice Boards, Problem-based Learning, Entry Points, Orbital Studies, and 4MAT.
What is reflection? Thinking about one's own experience.
What is focus? Characteristic of an effective school.
Common Core Standards? Standards in Language Arts and Mathematics.
What are the three levels to look for in Arkansas Curriculum Frameworks? A Strand, Content Standard, and Student Learning Expectation.
What are levels you look for in Common Core Standards? Grade Level, Domain, Standards, and Clusters.
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