Chem 102 Exam 3 Practice
1. A buffer solution is one which
a. contains more than the expected amount of solute for a particular temperature and is
b. contains the maximum amount of solute possible for a particular temperature.
Exam 2 Study Guide
Definitions (Chapter 7): quantum-mechanical model of the atom, waveparticle duality of light, electromagnetic radiation, magnetic field, electric
field, amplitude, wavelength (), frequency (), electromagnetic spectrum,
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Data and Calculations
0.01 M Potassium Iodide
0.001 M Sodium Thiosulfate
0.04 M Potassium Bromate
0.1 M Hydrochloric acid
Data for the reaction mixture plus
1Knowing and Learning in Mathematics and Science
Vivian Cotton, Cortney Williams, Beau Hux
Clinical Interview II
Interview Analysis #2- Lewis Dot Structures & Electronegativity
We chose our classmate Juan Hernandez as our interviewee.
Knowing and Learning in Mathematics and Science
Vernisha &Vivian Cotton
Clinical Interview 1
Interview Analysis #1 Virus
The Expert we chose was Dr. Kyle Kemege in Carson Taylor Hall, he teaches the
prerequisite Biology courses. We thought it
1. According to Ames (1992) reading, what are the differences between mastery
and performance goals? Discuss the patterns of motivation and behavior
associated with setting mastery and performance goals in learning.
Mastery and performance goals represent
1 Vernisha: what is a Virus?
2 Expert (Dr. Kemege): a virus is parasitic macromolecule, its thereason I say it so
3 specifically is because its not alive. Its not a living thing or at least not consider a living
4 thingnot made out of c
Vivian Cotton, Cortney Williams, Beaux Hux
Overview of the Lesson
Lesson title: Lewis Structures and
Grade level and Course
10th grade Chemistry
Description of the learners
During the lesson students will learn about
EDCI 301: Knowing and Learning Midterm
Name _Vivian Cotton_
1. The authors of How People Learn: Brain, Mind, Experience, and School (chapter 2)
detail several key principles of how experts differ from novices. Describe 3 from the
text or u
Popham (2003) argues that standardized test data have almost no value for
improving teaching and learning (p. 48). Explain the reasoning behind his claim. Be sure
to discuss the characteristics of instructionally useful tests.
1. What are the benefits of teaching toward the big idea (i.e., how do learners benefit from
instruction organized around big ideas)? Be sure to explain the notion and provide
illustrations. The main benefit of teaching toward the big idea i
1. In your view, how does a teachers scriptof what science is or what math is and what it
means to do science or mathematicsshape her/his instruction?
The way the teacher presents his/her definition of either math or
1. What are 34 central ideas about learning and teaching discussed in the chapter
from How People Learn that stood out and resonated with you? Discuss the ideas and
explain why youve selected them.
a. Research requires Classroom practice
i. Justifies the
1. What are the strategies used by teachers in the video to establish a
community of learners in their inquiry-based classrooms? They are explicit that
we hold community as a core value. They describe it in our literature, and leaders
and teachers state i
Benign Non Cancerous: not harmful; a tumor that will not spread
Biopsy a test where doctors remove (surgically) a portion of tissue from the affected area and
examine it under a microscope
Cancer a disease in which abnormal cells multipl
1. Given the two big ideas of Piagets theorystages of cognitive development and the
process of cognitive development through equilibration:
Describe the 4 stages OR the process of equilibration.
1. Sensorimotor stage (Infancy). In this period (which ha
META EDCI 301
Topic 1 Quiz
Upload your answers to the following questions. Provide sufficient details and data to
support your answer.
1. According to NAEP results, how effective is U.S. education at preparing students
Discuss the purposes of the three assessment categories from McTighe and OConnor
(summative, diagnostic, and formative). Which categories of assessment are especially
effective in enhancing student learning and informing teaching?
1. In Intelligence and IQ, Weinberg (1989) argues that the use of an IQ as
the primary basis for decisions about a childs educational future must be
discouraged (p. 102). What are the reasons for this claim? (Use the notion of
1. MATH - Discuss instructional programs that have strong evidence of effectiveness in terms
of student achievement.
SCIENCE - Discuss the impact of inquiry science instruction on K12 student outcomes.
Do you agree/disagree with the findings
How do learners progress through Bruners stages of representation? Describe each stage
in your response.
For Bruner a child beginning at infancy develops through three stages: 1) an inactive stage
characterized by direct manipulation of objects without
On Moodle, answer the following questions and explain your answers.
1. According to Vygotsky, what is the role of social interaction and language in
cognitive development and learning? The language develops from social
interactions, for communication purp
1. Summarize the main principles of Skinners behaviorist theory (use
related terminology in your explanation: operant conditioning, +/reinforcement, schedules of reinforcements, extinction, punishment,
B. F. Skinner, a behavi
Endothermic reactions= heat must be absorbed in the chemical equation, these changes will feel cold.
Exothermic reactions= heat must be given off in the chemical reaction, these changes will feel hot.
Clinical Interview 1 Information due October 14, 2016
5E Lesson Plan for Lewis "Dot" Structures and Electronegativity
Toys (W. Deese)
Match elements with
With CP, give each student an
element from the Periodic Table
Doing Lewis "Dot" Structure
1. Discuss at least one science/mathematics instructional model centered on argumentation. Using
specific examples from the reading/class, outline key elements of the model, and discuss its potential
benefits and challenges.
Model centered on argumentatio
What are the components of Predict-Observe-Explain (POE) instructional approach?
Explain the effectiveness of this approach in terms of student learning.
There are eight steps of the POE instructional approach, step six is most important in
terms of ef
Discuss 23 principles/characteristics of experts knowledge or expertise.
o 3. Context: The task should involve things relatively familiar and meaningful to the
Students should recognize, maybe with help, when a description does not
work for a