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Learning in
Context
Instruction &
Theories &
Theorists
Cognitive
Development
Motivate Me
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Final
Jeopardy
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Assessment
C1 $100
Pavlov’s dog and classical
conditioning inspired this
theory.
C1? $100
What is behaviorism?
C1 $200
Meaning is constructed by
the learner based on prior
knowledge and
experiences.
C1 $200
What is constructivist
learning theory?
C1 $300
Rationale for encouraging
students to work in
groups.
C1 $300
What is the social
learning theory?
C1 $400
Vygotsky’s theory
C1 $400
What is the sociocultural
learning theory?
C1 final
The final Jeopardy answer is:
Guggenheim work
featuring Rhee the
Reformer, teacher lemons
and Geoffrey Canada.
Timer
C1 final
What is Waiting for
Superman?
C2 $100
Children in this stage
typically are ages 2-7,
self-oriented, and
egocentric
C2 $100
What is the preoperational stage?
C2 $200
People ages 11-12 or
higher (or never)—able to
think abstractly,
theoretical reasoning
C2 $200
What is the formal
operational stage?
C2 $300
Cognitive psychologist who
observed that children have
self-constructed
understanding of physical
and social phenomena that
change in quantitative ways
over time.
C2 $300
Who is Jean Piaget?
C2 $400
Tall glass of water has
the same amount of water
as the short glass of
water
C2 $400
What is the theory of
conservation?
C2 $500
Three types of knowledge
development—1) what; 2)
how to; 3) when again
C2 $500
What is declarative,
procedural and conditional
knowledge?
C3 $100
Stickers, rewards, extra
credit
C3 $100
What are extrinsic
motivators?
C3 $200
The teacher doesn’t like
me, so I shouldn’t even
try. I’m no good at math
anyway, so I won’t do the
homework.
C3 $200
What is selfhandicapping?
C3 $300
Parenting (or teaching)
style in which adult talks
with child to work out
solutions, gives choices,
fosters mutual respect
C3 $300
What is authoritarian?
C3 $400
an inner state that
energizes, directs, and
sustains behavior. It
gets learners moving,
points them in a
particular direction,
and keeps them going.
C3 $400
What is motivation?
C3 $500
the feelings, emotions,
and general moods that
learners bring to bear
on a task.
C3 $500
What is affect?
C4 $100
Antecedent-behaviorconsequence
C4 $100
What is the immediate
context?
C4 $200
Stickers, praise…a
technique used to
increase desired
behavior
C4 $200
What is positive
reinforcement?
C4 $300
when a new stimulus is
presented in response
to a behavior in an
effort to decrease the
behavior
C4 $300
What is presentation
punishment?
C4 $400
The teacher who has eyes
behind her head, knows
everything that’s going on
in the classroom.
C4 $400
What is with-it-ness?
C4 $500
School-wide model of
nonviolence education;
Early interventions for
students at risk;
Intensive intervention for
students in trouble
C4 $500
What is a school-wide
plan to violence and
aggression?
C5 $100
a method of inquiry-based
instruction and is considered a
constructivist based approach
to education. It is supported by
the work of learning theorists
and psychologists Jean Piaget,
Jerome Bruner
C5 $100
Discovery learning
C5 $200
Hunter’s model—hook ‘em,
engage, model, guided
practice, review
C5 $200
What is direct
instruction?
C5 $300
evaluation of student learning
that aids understanding and
development of knowledge,
skills and abilities without
passing any final judgement
(via recorded grade) on the
level of learning.
C5 $300
What is formative
assessment?
C5 $400
1.Identified desired
results
2.Determine
acceptable evidence
3.Plan instructional
activities
C5 $400
What is backward design
to lesson planning?
C5 $500
1. Measurable verb
2. Conditions
3. Criteria
C5 $500
What are the 3 parts of
a measurable lesson
objective?
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Dr. Diane Kern
EDC 312
This Jeopardy template was created by Dr. Robert Pettis, Director
An Adventure of the American Mind, University of South Carolina Spartanburg