Mid-Term Review - Mid-Term Review Chapter 1 Becoming A...

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Mid-Term Review Chapter 1- Becoming A Teacher NEA- National Education Association Pedagogy- the art and science of teaching Horace Mann- established the 1 st state-supported normal school in Lexington MA TFA- Teach for America Chapter 2- Student Diversity Learning styles- diverse ways of thinking, comprehending, knowing, and learning. Affective domain- ethos involved in education (feelings, emotions, curiosity) Cognitive domain- different ways of perceiving, organizing, and retaining info. Visual learner- Learns best by seeing things Kinesthetic learner- Learns best by moving around Auditory learner- Learns best by listening Howard Gardner- Harvard Prof. developed multiple intelligences (logical, linguistic, bodily, musical, etc) Daniel Goleman- developed EQ test (emotional) marshmallow test Stereotypes- absolute statements applied to all members of a group James Blanks- multicultural education Bilingual education- the use of two languages for instruction Exceptional learners- LD, disabled, talented, ADD, impairments. Chapter 3- Teacher Effectiveness
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  • Fall '05
  • Greene
  • Education- controversial education, Kinesthetic learner- Learns, NEA- National Education, Visual learner- Learns, state-supported normal school

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