Nachmiass RMSS 8e Chapter 1
1. In a deductive explanation, if the conclusion logically follows from the premises of the explanation,
and one or more of the premises is false, the explanation is:
* A) valid.
2. People who beli
1. Which statement does
NOT describe a function of
A) Guiding the process of
collecting, analyzing, and
B) Enabling the researcher
to draw inferences of
* C) selecting a topic for
Nachmiass RMSS 8e Chapter 4
1. Ethical considerations are NOT likely to be evoked by the:
A) Setting in which the research takes place.
B) Method of data collection.
* C) amount of time it takes to collect data.
D) Kinds of individuals serving as research
Nachmiass RMSS 8e Chapter 3
1. The starting point for all scientific research is:
* A) stating the problem.
B) outlining a theory.
C) identifying the variables.
D) developing a research design.
2. Which term describes a variable rather than a concept?
Nachmiass RMSS 8e Chapter 2
1. Which is NOT a function of concepts?
A) to facilitate communication
* B) to validate personal beliefs and opinions
C) to permit classifications and generalization
D) to afford researchers a perspective
2. _ is an example of
Research Design and Statistics Exercises
We hypothesize that a Co-operative Peer Interaction Program will increase the number of typical children
who interact co-operatively with children who have special needs in a classroom compared to a similar
Why Research Ethics?
Ethical issues arise from the kinds of problems that social scientists investigate and the methods
used to obtain valid and reliable data. As the scope of the social sciences has expanded, and as
our methods of research an
Why research ethics:
Issues related to right and welfare of research participation. Most professional has
adopted ethical codes covering the major problems faced in their particular domains.
Ethical issues may arise from a verity of factors:
CLD 445 Winter 2017
CLD 445 Inclusion and Consultation
School of Early Childhood Studies
Instructor: Evelina Lukaszyk, M.A., RECE
Office: KHS 352
E mail: [email protected] (please note that I will respond to e
This Is More Like Home: Knowing Nature through
Susan Jagger, OISE/University of Toronto, Canada
Place-based environmental education is a pedagogy that infuses environmental
education across disciplines in a way that is relevant
CLD 307: Cognitive Development
Week 2: Theoretical Foundations I
Preschool to Kindergarten (approx. ages 3 5)
Discuss the type of activities seen in the preschool and kindergarten classroom:
social, cognitive and language skills
Mapping Assignment Assessment
Maps include understandings, features, experiences, and stories of place.
Setting mapped is outdoors and predominantly natural
Setting is one that you are personally connected to.
At least 3 di
X, Y = treatment or independent variable
O = observation or dependent variable
R = random assignment to treatment condition
* = X1 and X2 may be substituted for X and no X
- - - - - - = pre-existing groups
School of Early Childhood Studies
CLD 420: Children and Nature
KHS371, Monday 3:00 pm 6:00 pm
Instructor Name: Dr. Susan Jagger
Office Location: KHS 363M
Office Hours: Monday 10-11 am or by
CLD 322: research I: Methods
1. Why do research?
a. To gain knowledge
b. To improve knowledge used for something
c. To collect documentation
d. To gain current and reliable information
e. Test a theory
f. Observe change over time
g. Be able to predict an
CLD 322 - 323
Statistical Test Decision Tree
Look for the Dependent Variable
is Mean Score
SCHOOL OF EARLY CHILDHOOD STUDIES
CLD 307 021 Cognitive Development
Fridays 10:00 am 1:00 pm
KHE 129 PT
Dr. Caron Bell
Key Terms CLD 101 Chapter 1
Child Development: the scientific study of systematic processes of change and
stability in human children. The ways in which children change from conception
Social Construction: concept about what is real ba
CLD101 Lecture Notes
September 2, 2014 (Lecture 1):
Sejal Patel (developmental psych)
Equity based lens in approach to work
Bring your textbook with you to class
Child development: scientific study of systematic processes of change and
stability in human
CLD101 Chapter 2 Important Terms
Fertilization: union of sperm and ovum to produce a zygote: also called
Zygote: one-celled organism resulting from fertilization
Infertility: inability to conceive after 12 months of trying
Chapter Six Quiz Notes
Behaviorist approach: approach to the study of behavioral development that
is concerned with the basic mechanics of learning
Classical Conditioning: learning based on associating a stimulus that does not
ordinarily elicit a particul