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Homework answers / question archive / Question1)Remembering an important date in history because it is the same date as your father’s birthday is an effective type of learning because             QUESTION 2 A teacher decides not to pay attention to Robert's wild hand-waving and calls on another student

Question1)Remembering an important date in history because it is the same date as your father’s birthday is an effective type of learning because             QUESTION 2 A teacher decides not to pay attention to Robert's wild hand-waving and calls on another student

Psychology

Question1)Remembering an important date in history because it is the same date as your father’s birthday is an effective type of learning because

 

 

 

 

 

 

QUESTION 2

A teacher decides not to pay attention to Robert's wild hand-waving and calls on another student. Robert always launches into long, involved stories that change the direction of the class discussion. This teaching technique is most related to

 

QUESTION 3

Self-efficacy has been shown to affect which of the following?

 

QUESTION 4

Which of the following best illustrates maintenance rehearsal?

 

QUESTION 5

Self-questioning is a highly recommended learning tactic because it leads to increased performance on tests of

 

QUESTION 6

Because teachers expect students to become more independent as learners as they get older, students have to learn increasingly larger amounts of more complex material as they move through the grades, and students will have to be self-directed learners after they leave school in order to cope with the rapid pace of change, it is imperative that students acquire the skills of

 

QUESTION 7

Repeating the punch line of a joke over and over to yourself while trying to find pencil and paper to write it down is an example of

 

QUESTION 8

Which of the following best reflects the focus of critical constructivism?

 

QUESTION 9

Which sequence best represents the steps involved in shaping behavior?

 

QUESTION 10

According to the principle of specific transfer, if you were to teach first uppercase, and then lowercase, printed letters, which of the following letters would tend to promote the most transfer?

 

QUESTION 11

Which of the following is an example of a learning strategy?

 

QUESTION 12

Which of the following terms refers to how capable we feel we are, or how successful we feel we will be, when performing certain kinds of tasks?

 

QUESTION 13

A student who tunes out distractions as the teacher explains a concept, thinks about how the information relates to real-life experiences, and makes a mental note of how well she understands the concept, is operating in which phase of Zimmerman's self-regulatory model?

 

QUESTION 14

Sonya, a student in an educational psychology course, is studying for an exam, and it is very late at night. She suddenly realizes that she has not comprehended the paragraph that she has just read. Which concept refers to the ability that allowed Sonya to recognize her failure to comprehend?

 

QUESTION 15

For which of the following situations is time-out likely to work best?

 

QUESTION 16

Technology applications that lend themselves to knowledge construction, exploration, and learning by doing are consistent with a(n) _______________ approach to learning.

 

QUESTION 17

An approach to learning that is based on a student's ability to effectively assimilate information into existing schemes and to develop new schemes and operations in response to novel or discrepant ideas is called

 

QUESTION 18

Within social cognitive theory, the concept of self-regulation refers to

 

QUESTION 19

Meaningfulness, as described by information-processing theorists, is most similar to

 

QUESTION 20

Students who believe that they are capable of successfully performing a task are more likely than students who have doubts about their capabilities to

 

QUESTION 21

Which of the following appears to be true regarding insight into our own learning processes?

 

QUESTION 22

Which of the following situations reflects inert learning or knowledge?

 

QUESTION 23

 

 

Why does organizing the digits 1-9-7-6-1-5-8-8 into the dates 1976 and 1588 make learning the series of digits easier?

 

QUESTION 25

Long-term memory is to schemata as

 

QUESTION 26

If you, as a teacher, would like your students to learn the skill of cognitive transfer, you should do all but which one of the following?

 

QUESTION 27

A person's self-efficacy beliefs have been shown to affect all but which one of the following?

 

QUESTION 28

A teacher decides to praise Imad's progress on the long-division workbook problems every twenty minutes. This teacher is using a _______________ schedule of reinforcement.

 

QUESTION 29

Information already stored in long-term memory

 

QUESTION 30

Selena overhears a classmate from her educational psychology class state that Piaget's theory of cognitive development implies a teacher-centered approach to instruction rather than a student-centered approach since cognitive development is more effectively stimulated and guided by those who are more knowledgeable and skilled. Selena is fairly certain that this reflects Vygotsky's theory but decides to first check Chapter 2 of Psychology Applied to Teaching. Selena's behavior best reflects the effect of

 

QUESTION 31

The constructivist principle that underlies many of the computer-based technology tools promotes

 

QUESTION 32

Casey received a score of 88 on yesterday's exam and was quite pleased with the result because it was higher than the 79 she received on the last exam. After thinking about it for a while, she concluded that her improved performance was due to a more systematic use of study skills. Casey's behavior reflects which part of Zimmerman's self-regulatory model?

 

QUESTION 33

Time-out is an appropriate remedy in all but which of the following situations?

 

QUESTION 34

Describe the process of extinction.

 

QUESTION 35

Providing students with many opportunities to practice previously learned skills, providing students with appropriate retrieval cues, and teaching students how to create general rules or strategies are all instructional techniques for

 

QUESTION 36

Self-regulation is an important skill for students to acquire because

 

QUESTION 37

Which of the following is the best example of operant conditioning?

 

QUESTION 38

A teacher who believes that learning is most likely to be meaningful when tasks are embedded in realistic contexts is following which learning theory concept?

 

QUESTION 39

Insight into one's learning processes seems to

 

QUESTION 40

Research suggests that self-regulated learning skills can be learned through observational learning in which of the following sequences?

 

QUESTION 41

Which of the following represents positive reinforcement?

 

QUESTION 42

The purpose of the sensory register is to

 

QUESTION 43

A typically boisterous child is praised enthusiastically by his teacher for sitting quietly and attending to the day's lesson. In response to his teacher's praise, the child sits quietly during the next day as well. The teacher is changing the child's behavior by using

 

QUESTION 44

Completing homework assignments in order to avoid being given an undesirable required assignment in school is an example of the operant conditioning technique of

 

QUESTION 45

Some researchers believe that corporal punishment produces strong negative effects on children's subsequent behavior while other researchers believe that the negative effects are more modest. This difference of opinion is due to

 

QUESTION 46

A student who finds himself relating a lecturer's statement that molecular structure is of a crystalline nature to a recollection of looking at crystals through a microscope is engaging in

 

QUESTION 47

Which of the following is the clearest illustration of the Premack principle?

 

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