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Study Guide –Final Exam Psychology 354 Fall 09 The final exam will focus heavily on Chapter 13 (all) and Chapter 9 (Cooperative Learning pgs. 323-333). However, it will also be comprehensive in that it will cover teaching applications to all theories discussed during the semester. You should therefore review Behavioral teaching approaches, Constructivist teaching approaches (such as problem-based and inquiry approaches), and teaching approaches that are consistent with Piaget and Vygotsky. Please note: in order to understand applications of theories, you must also fully understand theories, so in that sense, this exam will also cover theories! The following is meant to be a guide for your studying only. Chapter 9 Collaboration and cooperation in group Differences between group work and cooperative groups Different forms of cooperative learning for different purposes What can go wrong with group learning
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Unformatted text preview: • Tasks for group learning • Preparing students for cooperative learning • Levels of help • Roles • Planning for cooperative learning • Designs for cooperation Chapter 13 • Expert teachers • Planning • Objectives for learning • Differences between Mager and Gronlund • Blooms taxonomies (cognitive, affective, and psychomotor domain) • Planning from a constructivist perspective • Characteristics of effective teachers • Direct instruction • Roseshine’s six teaching functions • Seatwork and homework • Questioning and recitation • Group discussion • Expectation effects Other information • Behavioral theory and teaching applications • Vygotsky ‘s theory and teaching applications • Piaget’s theory and teaching applications • Bandura’s theory and teaching applications • Constructivist theory and teaching applications...
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