PSYCH 212 Lecture 2
Chapter 3 Self and Social and Moral Development
1. A group of students are discussing what could happen if the earths gravity
were to double. These students are most likely engaged in
A. concrete operations.
Chapter 2&3 Textbook Readings:
Chapter 2: Physical, Cognitive and Language Development
EXPLORING STUDENT DEVELOPMENT
What Is development?
Development is the pattern of biological, cognitive and socio-emotional changes that begins at
conception and continu
Chapter 4: Individual Variations
- Verbal ability, problem-solving skills, and the ability to adapt to and learn from lifes everyday
- Often focused on individual differences and assessment
o The stable, con
PSYCH 212 Lecture 4
Chapter 6 Culture and Diversity
1. In a mainstream environment, exceptional children are often
A. traditional academic courses only.
B. nonacademic courses only.
C. courses in which they are experien
PSYCH 212 Lecture 3
Chapter 4 Learner Differences and Learning Needs
1. Carey takes considerable pride in completing a grade four science
assignment. When the teacher assigns a B to him, he gets upset because he
believed the work was wo
Chapter 7: Behavioural and Social Cognitive Approaches to Teaching and Learning
What is Learning?
What learning is and is not
- Learning is a relatively permanent change in behaviour that occurs through experience
Approaches to learning
Chapter 7 Textbook Readings
Cognitive view of learning: a general approach that views learning as an active mental process of
acquiring, remembering, and using knowledge.
Comparing cognitive and behavioural views:
o Cognitive view: knowledge is learne
Cognitive evaluation theory
suggests that events affect motivation through the individuals perception of the events as controlling behaviour or providing information
patterns of beliefs about goals related to achievement in sch
PSYCH 212 Exam 3 Preparation
1. University GPA has a positive correlation with subsequent GPA in
graduate school. University GPA is said to have
A. concurrent validity.
B. construct validity.
C. content validity.
D. predictive validity.
PSYCH 212 Lecture 1
Chapter 1& 2 Overview of Educational Psychology & Research Cognitive
Development and Language
1. A researcher reported that 40% of students received some form of
monetary reward for receiving a grade of B+ or better
PSYCH 212 Course Outline
Educational psychology is the branch of psychology that specializes in
understanding theories and methods of teaching, learning, behaviors, and
assessment in educational settings. The content of this course includ
PSYCH 212 Lecture #1: September 16th, Role of Education Psychology and Research Methods
Primary goal: understanding & improvement of education
how students develop throughout the elementary & secondary school years
PSYCH 212 Lecture #2.5 Physical, Cognitive and Language Development Part Two
Remember teacher scan display this same type of care.
authoritative firm but caring, consistent, high exp
Cognitive Views of Learning
Focus on how we remember Memory
encoding, storage, retrieval of information
Making sense of our world
Organize & reorganize
PSYCH 212 Lecture #2 Physical, Cognitive and Language Development Part One
Personal and Social Development
Personality traits - influence the way individuals interact with their physical & social environments
Should schools focus only
PSYCH 212 Exam 2 Preparation
1. In Pavlov's studies of classical conditioning in dogs, which of these was
the conditional stimulus?
A. Presentation of food
B. A tone or buzzer
D. Consumption of food
2. The dog's salivation