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Intro to Ed

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This was an early secondary school, primarily college preparatory. Latin Grammar School
Five Instructional Skills Select Appropriate Objective, T2O, maintain the focus of the learner, monitor and adjust, use without abusing the principles of learning.
T.U.M.M.S. T2O, Use without abuse, Maintain focus, Monitor & adjust, Select objective
Principles of Learning Motivation, Reinforcement, Transfer, Retention
Four parts of a formal behavioral objective. Condition, Behavior, Learning/Content, Performance
Condition Ex: After lecture and discussion
Behavior Ex: Orally State
Learning/Content Ex: the definition of a noun
Level of performance Ex: with 100% accuracy
Lesson Line Components Explanation, Questions, Respond to learner, Activity
T.E.Q.R.A. T2O, Explanation, Questions, Respond to learner, Activity
Explanation Give facts, definitions, examples, go over processes, modeling
Questions Group, individual
Respond to learner Respond to Learner in terms of learning.
Activity Guided, Independent
Something designed to get the student focused SET
Involve learner, tie it to the learning SET
Re-focuses learning one last time, tie it to the learning CLOSURE
Maintain the Focus SET, T2O, CLOSURE
Movement, tone of voice, sound making, ask questions, segment the lesson, comes from the passion of teaching. Stimulus Variation
Monitor and Adjust: G.O.A.T. Generate overt behavior, Observe the behavior, Analyze the behavior, Take Action
A need or desire within a person. Motivation
A Step of motivation Provide interest through variation.
A step of motivation Feeling tone= tension Party time- Middle Ground-Concentration Camp
A step of motivation Provide success
A step of motivation Provide results
A step of motivation Rewards
Act of the teacher: a postive note, positive response Reinforcement
Use old learning in new situations Transfer
Point out similarities, help students identify critical attributes Transfer
Help students retain the learning information Retention
Making things meaningful, provide practice or repetition Retention
Changes the role of the teacher from sage on the stage to guide on the side. How technology influences education.
Actively engages students in the learning. How technology influences education.
Provides variety in instructional techniques. How technology influences education.
Assists in segmenting the lesson. How technology influences education.
Provides access to a variety of information. How technology influences education.
Philosophy that states all should learn the classics of western civilization. Perennialism
Core information must be learned by all but must change with the times. (Dr. Russell) Essentialism
Love the child; childs interests determine the curriculum. Romanticism
Learning by doing; students should learn to solve problems, how to think and how to work together. (Jodie) Progressivism
Sage on the stage Content-Centered
Guide on the side Child-Centered
2 Content-Centered Philosophies Perennialism, Essentialism
2 Child-Centered Philosophies Romanticism, Progressivism
Holds to multiple philosophies. Eclectic
Founder of Kindergarten; felt that children learn best through play Frederick Froebel
Created by: Cabanillas