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Psychological Foundations of Education Dr. Alicia King Redfern Study Guide Unit Test #3 Format Administered on BlackBoard 38 Total Items for 100 Points 3 Matching Sets : 5 points each = 15 points 9 Fill in Blank : 2 points each = 18 points 11 True/False : 2 points each = 22 points 15 Multiple Choice : 3 points each = 45 points Terms to Review Self-fulfilling prophecy Self-efficacy Self-actualization Attribution theory Motivation With-it-ness Intrinsic reward Extrinsic reward Learning goals Performance goals Learned helplessness Locus of control Classroom management Cueing External locus of control Internal locus of control Learning IDEA ADA Exceptional individuals IEP LRE Key Concepts From Quiz on School Violence Overall level of school violence Leakage Places where violence is likely to occur Causes of disruptive student behavior
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Unformatted text preview: Ways to minimize disruptive student behavior Ways to handle disruptive student behavior Teachers’ behaviors associated with low student expectations Effects/consequences of low teacher expectations on students Elements of self-fulfilling prophecy Characteristics of effective teachers/schools Major aspects of theories on motivation: • Maslow’s hierarchy of needs • Achievement motivation • Locus of control • Attribution • Efficacy expectation Causes of learned helplessness Ways motivation affects learning Ways to promote student motivation (ARCS model) Major categories and descriptions of exceptionalities Major federal legislation for children with disabilities Assumptions of IDEA Classroom strategies for students with special needs...
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