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WINTER, 1994 EDUC 301, FINAL EXAMINATION DIRECTIONS Present a clear, concise, well-written answer reﬂecting the academic training and professional status of a teacher. As you consider your answers, try to compose a
response that includes indications of learning from the class lectures, the text, and most importantly, your evaluative conclusions.
Remember, the purpose of the examination is for you to demonstrate the extent
of your knowledge. Emphasize what the implications are for a teacher. Identify and explai m3 concepts or t eones at are re evan to the question. Do not restate
or repeat the question an. avou any unsupporteo assertions or conclusions. THE QUESTIONS
Provide a comprehensive response to each of the following questions: Discuss the various qualities 0f teaCher practices and beliefs that affect student
performance. [3; .j . Discuss the various aspects of a "task" that inﬂuence that likelihood of a student
becoming engaged in meaningful learning. Vl/W’}1 WLHVVT Discuss the various aspects of the "classroom environment“ that affect a student‘s
performance. 6 n q \ r 0 n 6.9- rﬁ Wit; m 1/25 4. 9/5\ Discuss the various aspects of "intrinsic and extrinsic motivation“.
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