Vygotsy's "Zone of Proximal Development" refers to:
How close a teacher should stand to a student
A person's ability to know how much they know
How much someone can accomplish with help
How much someone can accomplish without help
When behavorists describe a learner as a "black box" they mean:
Educational methods have no impact on the learner
No learning is occuring
Events occurring within the learner cannot be studied scientifically
A learner makes many reponses in the absence of any oserved external stimulus
Roger is shown two piles of sand and says that each pile has the same amount. However, when one pile is flattened with a shovel, he now claims emphatically that the flattened pile has less sand. Based on this infrmation, Roger is probably in which of Piaget's stages of development?
An explanation of how we remember things that we have learned is called a
Findings considered statistically unlikely to have occurred by chance are described as __________.
Whenever Chris doesn't do his homework, he has to sit in the corner. This is an example of
Which is an example of negative reinforcement
Getting something that someone likes
Getting rid of something someone doesn't like
Reinforcing an undesirable behavior
Which statement is true regarding social cognitive theorists view of allowing students to fail at classroom tasks?
Students should be allowed to fail. Self-efficacy is highest when students fail at a task multiple times before accomplishing it successfully.
Students should be allowed to fail. Occasionaly failures intserpersed among frquent successes teach students that perserverece pays off.
Students should not be allowed to fail. Failure gives studetnst the message that school is not an enjoyable place to be
Students should not be allowed to fail. Even a single falulre can deflate student's self-efficacy