EDU 210 Foundations of Education: Midterm Review

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Multiple Intelligences (Gardner)
The hypothesis that intelligence consists not of one underlying ability but of many different abilities.
High Impact Instructional Strategy
A teaching strategy that has an effect size of more than .40 when researched.
Effect Size
A measure of the contribution an education intervention makes to student learning.
Bloom's Taxonomy
A system for categorizing levels of learning.
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The Science of Teaching
The content or standards a teacher has to teach and students need to learn. This may be content of a particular course or content that students need to know for a state or national exam.
The Art of Teaching
The strategies used by teachers to teach the curriculum, create relationships with their students, manage the classroom, and promote learning.
The profession or principles of teaching: aka, the art and the science of teaching.
High Achiever
A student who is extremely successful in school because they are determined and work hard
Learning Styles
The four main ones are visual, auditory, reading and writing, and kinesthetic. In education, this theory supposes that students will learn best if a teacher uses their predisposed style of learning. It is controversial.
Providing multiple learning experiences in a classroom in order to support the learning of all children, because everyone learns differently.
Culturally Responsive Education
A method of embracing students' cultural backgrounds by modifying classroom conditions or activities to include elements that relate to the students' culture.
The 4 Types of Differentiation
Content: What the student needs to learn. Process: How the students engage to make sense of or master the content Product: How students demonstrate their learning. Learning Environment: Where and with whom students learn.
Achievement (Opportunity) Gap
Disparity on a number of educational measures between the performance of groups of students, especially groups defined by gender, race, ethnicity, ability, and socioeconomic status.
Individualized education plan: a written plan for a student with one of 13 specified disabilities, must include: statement of child's present levels of functional performance and measurable annual goals
504 Plan
An individualized plan to help a student who does not get Special Education services appropriate learning environment.
Rehabilitation Act of 1973
A Civil Rights Act that extended protection to those with physical or mental handicaps.
Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990
A law that requires employers and public facilities to make "reasonable accommodations" for people with disabilities and prohibits discrimination against these individuals.
Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (1997)
This law guarantees all children with disabilities access to a free and appropriate public education, the Least Restrictive Environment, and Due Process among other things.
Least Restrictive Environment
A legal requirement that children with special needs be assigned to the most general educational context in which they can be expected to learn.
Free Appropriate Public Education is an educational right of children with disabilities in the United States that is guaranteed by the Rehabilitation Act of 1973 and the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA)
Gifted and Talented Students
Students who demonstrate outstanding aptitudes and competences in one or more of many domains.
Twice Exceptional Students
Exceptional because they are gifted and talented and they are exceptional because they are challenged in some intellectual, social, physical, or emotional way.
English for Speakers of Other Languages
English Language Learners are students whose native language is not English.
Static Content
The standards, benchmarks for students, the content that a teacher has to teach.
Dynamic Content
The knowledge and skills ABOUT teaching that a teacher uses to teach. Changes throughout the day/week.
Stereotype Threat Study
Stereotype threat can negatively impact certain students' performance if they are not represented in curriculum, or the curriculum only represents one demographic group.