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Unformatted text preview: classroom management. Principle 4.3 also has implications for how you assess students’ learning. Students 45 will need the kinds of experiences that teach them how to self-evaluate their progress as learners. (Insert Table 4.3 About Here.) Chapter Study Guide Key Terms Reciprocal Determinism (p.#) Model (p.#) Attention (p.#) Symbolic Representation (p. #) Enactive Learning (p.#) Live Models (p.#) Retention (p.#) Symbolic Models (p.#) Production (p.#) Vicarious Learning (P.#) Verbal Description (P.#) Motivation (p.#) Intention (p.#) Modeling (p.#) Mastery Model (p.#) Forethought (p.#) Inhibitory Effect (p.#) Coping Model (p.#)) Self-reactiveness (p.#) Disinhibitory Effect (p.#) Outcome expectations (p.#) Response Facilitation (p.#) Functional Value (p.#) Observational Learning (p.#) Self-Monitoring (p.#) Self-reflectiveness (p.#) Self-efficacy (p.#) Self-reinforcement (p.#) Vicarious Consequences Abstract Modeling (p.#) (p.#) Self-Instructional Programs (p.#) 46 Alternative Response Items Multiple Choice 1. A kindergarten teacher knows that if she praises one student publicly, other students who see this often mimic the praised behavior. The impact on the other students is an example of: a. enactive learning b. self-efficacy c. vicarious learning d. reciprocal determinism 2. Rhonda times herself each time she runs a mile to see if she is making progress toward her ultimate goal of a five-minute mile. From a social cognitive perspective, this is an example of: a. forethought b. self-reactiveness c. self-reflectiveness d. a performance effect 3. Learned helplessness exists when learners believe there is no connection between their efforts and what happens to them. How would social cognitive theorists describe learned helplessness? a. A person with learned helplessness has very low self-efficacy. 47 b. A person with learned helplessness is overly self-reactive. c. A person with learned helplessness cannot learn vicariously. d. A person with learned helplessness has been negatively reinforced....
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