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Test Bank (Complete Download) for EdPsych Modules 3rd Edition By Cheryl Cisero Durwin, Marla Reese-Weber, ISBN: 9781506378404, ISBN: 9781506310756, ISBN: 9781506379470, ISBN: 9781506381329 Instantly Downloadable Test Bank

Now with SAGE Publications, EdPsych Modules offers readers the tools needed to become better teachers by adapting instruction based on student’s individual needs. Each unit in the book is comprised of several modules—succinct, stand-alone topics that allow instructors to customize their courses based specific teacher education programs within their universities. The units begin with a set of case studies written for Early Childhood, Elementary, Middle and Secondary classrooms, giving students direct insight into the dynamics influencing the students they actually plan to teach.  “Assess” questions at the end of each case study and “Reflect and Evaluate” questions at the end of each module tie the module’s content back to the case studies, encouraging students to apply what they’ve learned to real-world scenarios.  Diversity coverage is interwoven throughout and highlighted in each module, emphasizing how psychological factors adapt and change as race, gender, disability, and socioeconomic influences come into play.

Table Of Content

Preface

Acknowledgments

Digital Resources
About the Authors
INTRODUCTION
MODULE 1: USING SCIENCE TO INFORM CLASSROOM PRACTICES

Educational Psychology: A Resource for Teachers

Educational Psychology: The Science

Educational Psychology: Classroom Practices

Summary

Key Concepts

Case Study: Reflect and Evaluate

UNIT 1: PERSONAL DEVELOPMENT
MODULE 2: CONTEXTS OF DEVELOPMENT

Bronfenbrenner’s Bioecological Theory

Family Context

Peer Context

Broader Contexts

Summary

Key Concepts

Case Studies: Reflect and Evaluate

MODULE 3: SOCIAL-EMOTIONAL DEVELOPMENT

Erikson’s Psychosocial Theory

Aspects of Identity

Understanding the Self

Social Competence

Applications: Fostering Social Competence

Summary

Key Concepts

Case Studies: Reflect and Evaluate

MODULE 4: MORAL DEVELOPMENT

Cognitive-Developmental Moral Reasoning

Prosocial Behavior

Aggressive Behavior

Applications: Advancing Moral Development

Summary

Key Concepts

Case Studies: Reflect and Evaluate

UNIT 2: THE DEVELOPING LEARNER
MODULE 5: BRAIN DEVELOPMENT

Influence of Neuroscience on Education

Neuroscience 101

Brain Mechanisms During Learning

Applications: How Neuroscience Informs Best Practices

Summary

Key Concepts

Case Studies: Reflect and Evaluate

MODULE 6: COGNITIVE DEVELOPMENT

Constructivist Theories of Cognitive Development

Issues in Cognitive Development: Piaget and Vygotsky

Applications: Constructivist Principles for Effective Teaching

Summary

Key Concepts

Case Studies: Reflect and Evaluate

MODULE 7: LANGUAGE DEVELOPMENT

Understanding Language Acquisition

Development of Language Skills

Applications: Encouraging Language Development in the Classroom

Summary

Key Concepts

Case Studies: Reflect and Evaluate

UNIT 3: LEARNING THEORIES
MODULE 8: BEHAVIORAL LEARNING THEORIES

Assumptions of Behavioral Learning Theories

Classical Conditioning

Operant Conditioning

Applications: Applied Behavior Analysis

Summary

Key Concepts

Case Studies: Reflect and Evaluate

MODULE 9: SOCIAL COGNITIVE THEORY

Assumptions of Social Cognitive Theory

Observational Learning

Personal Factors in Learning

Applications: Improving Students’ Self-Efficacy and Self-Regulation

Summary

Key Concepts

Case Studies: Reflect and Evaluate

MODULE 10: INFORMATION PROCESSING

Assumptions of the Information Processing Approach

Perception and Attention

Memory

Applications: Teaching Effective Processing

Summary

Key Concepts

Case Studies: Reflect and Evaluate

UNIT 4: COGNITIVE PROCESSES
MODULE 11: METACOGNITION

What Is Metacognition and Why Is It Important?

Special Cases of Metacognition

Factors Affecting the Development and Use of Metacognition

Applications: Learning Strategies

Summary

Key Concepts

Case Studies: Reflect and Evaluate

MODULE 12: TRANSFER OF SKILLS AND KNOWLEDGE

What Is Transfer and Why Is It Important?

Do We Readily Transfer What We Learn?

Applications: How to Facilitate Transfer

Summary

Key Concepts

Case Studies: Reflect and Evaluate

MODULE 13: HIGHER ORDER THINKING

What Is Higher Order Thinking and Why Is It Important?

Critical Thinking

Applications: Fostering Critical Thinking

Problem Solving

Applications: Fostering Problem-Solving Strategies

Creativity

Applications: Fostering Creativity

Summary

Key Concepts

Case Studies: Reflect and Evaluate

UNIT 5: MOTIVATION
MODULE 14: BEHAVIORAL THEORY

A Developmental View of Motivation

Rewarding Students for Learning

Applications: Using Rewards Effectively

Praising Students for Learning

Applications: Using Praise Effectively

When the Reward Is the Activity Itself

Applications: Creating an Intrinsically Motivating Learning Environment

Summary

Key Concepts

Case Studies: Reflect and Evaluate

MODULE 15: COGNITIVE THEORIES

Cognitive Theories of Motivation

Developmental and Cultural Differences in Motivation

Serious Motivational Problems

Applications: Enhancing Students’ Motivation

Summary

Key Concepts

Case Studies: Reflect and Evaluate

MODULE 16: SELF THEORIES

Self-Efficacy Theory

Self-Worth Theory

Self-Determination Theory

Integrating the Self Theories

Applications: Fostering Self-Efficacy, Self-Worth, and Self-Determination

Summary

Key Concepts

Case Studies: Reflect and Evaluate

UNIT 6: CLASSROOM MANAGEMENT AND INSTRUCTION
MODULE 17: CLASSROOM MANAGEMENT

Importance of Classroom Management

Time Management

Relationship Building

Applications: Addressing Discipline Problems

Summary

Key Concepts

Case Studies: Reflect and Evaluate

MODULE 18: INSTRUCTION: APPLYING BEHAVIORAL, COGNITIVE, AND CONSTRUCTIVIST APPROACHES

Meeting the Needs of Diverse Learners

Teaching Methods Based on Behaviorism

Teaching Methods Based on Cognitive Learning Theory

Teaching Methods Based on Constructivism

Summary

Key Concepts

Case Studies: Reflect and Evaluate

MODULE 19: GROUPING PRACTICES

Grouping by Ability

Cooperative Learning

Applications: Best Practices

Summary

Key Concepts

Case Studies: Reflect and Evaluate

UNIT 7: LEARNER DIFFERENCES
MODULE 20: INTELLIGENCE AND GIFTEDNESS

Intelligence and Giftedness: More Than “Being Smart”

Assessing Intelligence and Giftedness

Biological, Social, and Cultural Issues

Applications: Intelligence and Giftedness in the Classroom

Summary

Key Concepts

Case Studies: Reflect and Evaluate

MODULE 21: COGNITIVE DISABILITIES

Cognitive Disabilities in Today’s Classrooms

Intellectual Disabilities

Applications: Guidelines for Teachers in the General Education Classroom

Specific Learning Disabilities

Summary

Key Concepts

Case Studies: Reflect and Evaluate

MODULE 22: EMOTIONAL, SOCIAL, AND BEHAVIORAL DISORDERS

Emotional, Social, and Behavioral Disorders in Today’s Classrooms

Characteristics of Disorders

Applications: Interventions

Summary

Key Concepts

Case Studies: Reflect and Evaluate

UNIT 8: ASSESSMENT
MODULE 23: ASSESSING STUDENT LEARNING

What is Assessment?

Planning Assessments

Evaluating Student Performance

Communicating Assessment Information

Applications: Implementing Valid and Meaningful Assessments

Summary

Key Concepts

Case Studies: Reflect and Evaluate

MODULE 24: TEST CONSTRUCTION AND USE

Characteristics of High-Quality Classroom Tests

Test Preparation

Applications: Improving Your Test

Summary

Key Concepts

Case Studies: Reflect and Evaluate

MODULE 25: STANDARDIZED TESTS AND SCORES

Types of Standardized Tests

Understanding Test Scores

Characteristics of Good Tests

Applications: Accommodating Students at Risk

Summary

Key Concepts

Case Studies: Reflect and Evaluate

How Does EdPsych Help You Prepare for the Praxis Exam?
Glossary
References
Index

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