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1. For Aristotle, thinking and knowing begin with
2. Preplanned materials and learning exercises designed to develop the practical, sensory, and formal skills of children were designed by
3. For John Dewey, education’s sole purpose is to contribute to
4. Pestalozzi believed that teachers needed to develop
5. The Greek approach of having the student immersed and participating in society can be described as
6. Antonia’s dream is to establish her own primary school—one that educates the “whole child” and that has teachers who help children feel safe, secure, and cared for. Which of the following educational theorists should she study for ideas that may help her plan her school?
7. You just took a job teaching in a primary school. The principal has told you that the school’s mission envisions each classroom becoming a “prepared environment” for encouraging self-development and socialization. These ideas are based on
8. Herbart was noted for incorporating history and literature into the curriculum. He did this to
9. The methodological approach that involved theological and philosophical scholarship and teaching is called
10. Children learn the group’s language and skills and assimilate moral and religious values through ________.
11. The process by which competition would bring about gradual but inevitable progress is
12. An important Greek and Roman contribution to Western education was
13. According to the class presentation, which of the following learning theories are theories of transformation?
14. The following are a list of learning theories and teaching methods. If you believe a particular learning theory, you will likely practice a particular teaching method. Which theory-practice pair is least compatible?
15. The following techniques are used by those following Behaviorism as a learning theory. Which one is NOT a technique of Behaviorism?
16. The following techniques are used by those following Behaviorism as a learning theory. Which one is NOT a technique of Behaviorism?
17. To the Behaviorist, free will is the internal power to change your behavior.
18. According to the class presentation, which of the following learning theories are theories of transmission?
19. Behaviorism believes the nature of the learner is
20. To the Behaviorist, free will is the internal power to change your behavior.
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