Based on Margaret Mead's studies of adolescents on the island of Samoa, she concluded that the basic nature of
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Chapter 10 Student Generated Study Guide
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1. What is interdependence? Explain the difference between and examples
of negative and positive interdependence and which is important for
What are standardized assessments, and
where do they come from?
What is the best way to interpret
standardized test scores?
The concepts from Ch13 and 14 are concepts covered extensively in core education cl
Chapter 9 Study Guide
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Understand and identify examples of the following concepts:
Metacognition- knowledge of oneself as a learner, knowledge strategies for success,
and knowledge of when one should use those
Chapter 8 Study Guide
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What is maintenance rehearsal, and what is the purpose?
A cognitive process in which information in working memory is repeated to oneself frequently.
Try to move information into short ter
Chapter 7 Student Generated Study Guide
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1. Why is the design and physical appearance of the classroom important?
2. What are the six basic functions of classroom environments and how do they
Chapter Six Student Generated Study Guide
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1. What is Operant and Classical Conditioning? Explain the way both work and examples
Classical Conditioning- the association of automatic response