Intrinsic Rewards of Teaching
Students; performance of a significant social service;
stimulation and support from fellow teachers; the work of
Experiences that will prepare you for teaching:
Real experiences, vicarious experiences, guidance, and
When a philosophy is applied to the classroom, it
influences all of the following EXCEPT:
A) the way the curriculum is organized.
B) the instructional strategies that are used.
C) the assessment and evaluation practices.
D) the funding available to the sc
English Language Learners
Students whose native language is not English and who are
learning to speak and write English.
Advocates that English should be the only language used or
spoken in public, and that the purpose of bilingual
Characteristics of Gifted Learners
(1) specific academic ability
(2) creative thinking
(3) General intellectual ability
(5) visual and preforming arts
2 main programs for gifted learners
2 approaches to teaching the gifted
child study movement
occurred in the early 20th century in the US when many
university preschool were established to develop scientific
methods for studying children
German: literally means "garden for children" coined by
Friedrich Froebel fo
farmer with little formal education, wanted to achieve
freedom to worship/practice religion according to own
middle class with more education, wanted to achieve
freedom to worship/practice religion
Massachusetts Law of 1642
The transmission of society's norms, values, and
knowledge based by means of direct instruction.
going to school, taking a class in something.
the ability to read and write at a basic level.
Manifest (expected) and Laten
A form of behavior modification using operant
conditioning principles. Every time the patient displays the
desired behavior, he is awarded a token (such as a star or a
coin) that can be traded for a physical possession or special