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engaged time
allocated time
classroom ambiance
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CLassroom Management Crossword


allotment of time that has been used within different activities and specific exercises. Allocated Time
the portion of instructional time that students spend directly involved in learning activities. Engaged Time
The ability to direct and control our actions and emotions. Self-Regulation
An established or official way of doing something. Procedures
Having eyes in the back of your head Withitness
Is an approach to classroom management developed Assertive Discipline
a result of something a person does. Logical Consequences
Deliberate infliction of pain in response to misbehavior. Corporal Punishment
to force him or her to do what one wants. Bullying
Bullying that takes place using electronic technology. Cyberbullying
The amount of time left for teaching after routine management and administrative tasks are completed. Instructional Time
The amount of time students are successful while engaged in learning activities. Academic Learning Time

PSYC 101 Chapter 6 Keywords Crossword


period of initial learning in classical conditioning in which human or animal begins to connect a neutral stimulus and an unconditioned stimulus so that the neutral stimulus will begin to elicit the conditioned response. acquisition
form of learning that involves connecting certain stimuli or events that occur together in the environment. associative
____________________ conditioning a type of learning in which the stimulus or experience occurs before the behavior and then gets paired or associated with the behavior. classical
a mental picture of the layout of the environment is a _____________ map. cognitive
___________ response is a response caused by the conditioned stimulus conditioned
The conditioned __________ elicits a response due to its being paired with an unconditioned stimulus stimulus
a type. of reinforcement that rewards behavior everytime it occurs continuous
the decrease in the conditioned response when the unconditioned stimulus is no longer paired with the conditioned stimulus. extinction
when we learn not to respond to a stimulus that is presented repeatedly without change habituation
unlearned knowledge, involving complex patterns of behavior; thought to be more prevalent in lower animals than in humans instinct
a type of learning that may not be evident until there is a reason to demonstrate it. latent
change in behavior or knowledge that is the result of experience learning
person who performs a behavior that serves as an example model
taking away a pleasant stimulus to decrease or stop a behavior is an example of negative _________________. punishment
taking away an undesirable stimulus to increase a behavior is ____________ reinforcement negative
type of stimulus that does not initially elicit a response neutral
type of learning that occurs by watching others observational
____________ conditioning is a form of learning in which the stimulus/experience happens after the behavior is demonstrated operant
rewarding behavior only some of the time is _____________ reinforcement partial
adding a desirable stimulus to increase a behavior is positive ________________. reinforcement
_________________ punishment is adding an undesirable stimulus to stop or decrease a behavior positive
Food, water, shelter and sex are examples of _______________ reinforcers primary
implementation ofo a consequence in order to decrease a behavior punishment
implementation of a consequence in order to increase a behavior reinforcement
unlearned, automatic response by an organism to a stimulus in the environment reflex
A ___________________ reinforcer has no inherent value unto itself and only has reinforcing qualities when linked with something else (poker chips, money, gold stars) secondary
rewarding successive approximations toward a target behavior. shaping
stimulus ______________ is the ability to respond differently to similar stimuli discrimination
stimulus __________________ demonstrates the conditioned response to stimuli that are similar to the conditioned stimulus. generalization
Type of punishment where the observer sees the model punihed, making the pbserver less likely to imitate the model's behavior vicarious

Chapter 13 - motivation Worksheet

Matching Worksheet

reinforcement that strengthens by following behaviors with Desirable consequences positive reinforcement
reinforcement that strengthens behavior by withholding an unpleasant consequences when the employee performs a specific behavior negative reinforcement
a target, objective, or result that someone tries to accomplish goal
a theory that people will be motivated to the extent to which they accept specific challenging goals and receive feedback that indicate their progress goal setting theory
the extent to which people consciously understand and agree to goals goal acceptance
The set of forces that initiates, directs and makes people persist in their efforts to accomplish a goal motivation
the physical or physiological requirements that must be met to ensure survival and wellbeing needs
a reward that is tangible, visible to others, and given to employee’s contingent on the performance of specific tasks or behaviors extrinsic reward
a natural reward associated with performing a task or activity for its own sake intrinsic reward
the theory that states that people will be motivated when they perceive that they will be treated fairly equity theory
in equity theory, the contributions employees make to the organization inputs
in equity theory, the rewards employees receive for their contributions to the organization outcomes
a form of in equity in which you are getting fewer outcomes relative to inputs that your referent is getting Under reward
a form of inequity in which you are getting more outcomes relative to inputs than your referent over reward
the perceived degree to which outcomes an rewards are fairly distributed or allocated distributive justice
the perceived fairness of the process used to make reward allocation decisions procedural justice
the theory that people will be motivated to the extent to which they believe their efforts will lead to good performance, that good performance will be rewarded and that they will be offered attractive rewards expectancy theory

Vocabulary Glossary Crossword


Oral and written language used for academic purposes. academic language
Specific ways that academic language (vocabulary, functions, discourse, syntax) is used by students to participate in learning tasks through reading, writing, listening, and/or speaking to demonstrate their disciplinary understanding. language demands
The content and language focus of the learning task represented by the active verbs within the learning outcomes. language functions
Includes words and phrases that are used within disciplines including: (1) words and phrases with subject-specific meanings that differ from meanings used in everyday life (e.g., table); (2) general academic vocabulary used across disciplines (e.g., compare, analyze, evaluate); and (3) subject-specific words defined for use in the discipline. vocabulary
Includes the structures of written and oral language, as well as how members of the discipline talk, write, and participate in knowledge construction. discourse
The set of conventions for organizing symbols, words, and phrases together into structures. syntax
The scaffolds, representations, and pedagogical strategies teachers provide to help learners understand, use, and practice the concepts and language they need to learn within disciplines. language supports
Refers to the activities undertaken by teachers and by their students that provide information to be used as feedback to modify teaching and learning activities. assessment
Refers to specific background information that students bring to the learning environment which includes interests, knowledge, everyday experiences, family backgrounds personal assets
Refers to the cultural backgrounds and practices that students bring to the learning environment, such as traditions, languages and dialects, worldviews, literature, and art cultural assets
Refers to common backgrounds and experiences that students bring from the community where they live, such as resources, local landmarks, community events and practices community assets
Submitted as part of each task and, along with artifacts, make up your evidence. commentary
Performance indicators or dimensions that are used to assess evidence of student learning that indicates the qualities by which levels of performance can be differentiated and that anchor judgments about the learner’s degree of success on an assessment. evaluation criteria
Includes activities, discussions, or other modes of participation that engage students to develop, practice, and apply skills and knowledge related to a specific learning goal. learning task
Consistancies for different groups of students or individuals that indicate in a numerical way the information understood from the assessment Quantitative patterns
consistancies for different groups of students or individuals that includes descriptions of understandings, misunderstandings, and/or developmental approximations that could explain quantitative patterns Qualitative patterns
Instructional strategies, learning tasks and materials, and other resources deliberately designed to facilitate student learning of the central focus. planned supports
A close and harmonious relationship in which the people or groups understand each other’s feelings or ideas and communicate well with each other rapport
A positive feeling of esteem or deference for a person and specific actions and conduct representative of that esteem. respect
Includes transitional spelling or other attempts to use skills or strategies just beyond a student’s current level/capability. developmental approximations
An approach selected deliberately by a reader or writer to comprehend or compose text. essential literacy strategy
Specific knowledge needed for reading and writing, including phonemic/phonological awareness; print concepts; decoding; word analysis; sight-word recognition; and spelling, punctuation, or other language conventions. literacy skills
Literacy skills that students will develop and practice while learning an essential literacy strategy for comprehending or composing text within the learning segment. related skills
An assessment given periodically, to determine at a particular point in time what students know and do not know relative to content standards. Summative assessments
Assessments are incorporated into classroom practice and can provide information needed to adjust teaching and learning as students approach full mastery of content formative assessments
The capacity to think logically about the relationships among concepts and situations. mathematical reasoning
Conceptual understanding, procedural fluency, and reasoning/problem-solving skills. mathematical understandings
A critical component of mathematical proficiency procedural fluency
Means to support students to revisit and review a topic with a different set of strategies, representations, and/or focus to develop understandings and/or correct misconceptions. re-engagement
The term representation refers both to process and to product representation

Animal Behavior Crossword


An action or series of actions performed by an animal in response to a stimulus behavior
trial and error learning occurs under highly controlled conditions operantconditioning
selection in which a mate is chosen based on a certain trait or set of traits sexualselection
ensures the survival of young parentalcare
scientist who carried out a classical conditioning experiment training a dog to associate a ringing bell with food pavlov
a pattern behavior that occurs when an action always occurs the same way without being taught fixedaction
when scientist study behavior, they investigate two kinds of questions, how and ______ why
genetically programmed behavior innate
learning that can ONLY occur during a specific period early in life and cannot be changed once it occurs imprinting
there are 2 major influences on animal behavior, reproductive success and ________ survival
a female "evaluating" the male before she decides whether to mate is a behavior referred to as ________ matechoice
person noticing males often have extreme characteristics that they display during courtship darwin
reproduction often has a greater metabolic cost and greater investment from the _________ female
Can be a sound, posture, movement, color, scent, or facial expression signal
man who observed imprinting when he raised a group of newly hatched goslings lorenz
Type of behavior protecting a resource for exclusive use territorial
vocal communication is likely most developed in primates
learning by association conditioning
scientists who study how animals behave and the adaptive significance of behavior ethologist
American psychologist that demonstrated operant conditioning skinner
behavior performed by an animal to locate, obtain, and consume food foraging
ability to analyze a problem and think of a possible solution reasoning
development of behaviors through experience is called learning
trial and error learning that occurs under highly controlled conditions operantconditioning

Chapter 12 vocab Crossword


Various psychological and psychological factors that cause us to act a certain way at a certain time Motivation
Innate tendencies that determine behavior Instincts
Biological or psychological requirement of an organism Need
A state of tension produced by a need that motivates an organism toward a goal Drive
The tendency of all organisms to correct imbalances and deviations from their normal state Homeostasis
An external stimulus reinfocer or reward that motivation behavior Incentive
Engaging in activities that either reduce biological needs or help us obtain external incentives Extrinsic motivation
Engaging in activities because they are personally rewarding Intrinsic motivation
produces hungar signals Lateral hypothalamus
can cause one to stop eating Ventromedial
Must be satisfied to maintain life Fundamental needs
The urge to belong and to give and recive ones love Psychological needs
Pursuit of knowledge and beauty or whatever else is required for the realization of ones unique potential Self actualization
Set of complex reactions to stimuli involving subjective feelings psychological arousal and observational behavior Emotion

Psychology Chapter 7 and 8 Crossword


Disorder in which people binge on large quantities of food, followed by efforts to purge the food by vomiting or other means such as laxative Bulimia
Learned characteristic in which a person obtains satisfaction by striving for and attaining a level of excellence Achievement
Particular level of weight that a body strive to maintain Weight Set Point
Positive emotional bond that develops between a child a particular individual, usually a caregiver attachment
Genes or hereditary nature
Nurture Environment
A tendency to seek impact, control, or influence over others, and to be a powerful individual power
Environment agents (drugs, chemicals, viruses) that produce birth defects Teratogens
Motivated by your own enjoyment rather than by any concrete reward intrinsic
doing something for a concrete reward Extrinsic Motivation
An interest in establishing and maintaining relationship with other people affiliation

Animal Behavior and Learning Crossword


skinner boxes, trial and error 2 words O..................
ignoring a common non threatening stimulus h
threatening behavior used to gain control/dominance a
behavior that is aquired as a result of experience L
stimuli to attract a mate c
may be sisual, sound, touch or chemical c
this learning is a combination of inate and learned behavior i
time when an animal can imprint 2 words c
application of something already learned to a new situation 2 words i
migration is an example 2 words s
2 or more animals claim the same resource c
the way an animal reacts to changes in environment b
something in the environment to which the animal responds s
Pavlov's dogs associated a bell with food 2 words c
daily behavior cycle 2 words c
interactions/behaviors between animals of the same species s
fully developed behaviors the first time they are used i
area containing resources for survival T
combines sounds, symbols, gestures - used by humans only L

e-Learning Terminology Crossword


Presentation of information and instruction through a combination of graphics, audio, text, or video. Multimedia
Seminar or workshop in which the facilitator and participants view the same screen at the same time. Webinar
A method of delivering content to users in small, specific bursts. Microlearning
An episodic series of digital audio or video files which a user can download and listen to. Podcast
A learning event in which a group of students are engaging in learning at the same time. Synchronous
The combination of traditional face-to-face (synchronous) learning methods and technology-based online learning (asynchronous) methods. Blended
The online course instructor who aids learning in the online, student-centered environment. Facilitator
Type of learning that allows learners to train individually at the time, place, and pace that suits them. Asynchronous
Sharable Content Object Reference Model: A set of specifications that, when applied to course content, produces small, reusable learning objects. SCORM
Delivery of educational content via a Web browser over the public Internet or a private intranet. WebBasedTraining
The person who applies instructional learning theory to the organization and design of learning programs. InstructionalDesigner
A specialized site that allows an individual or group of individuals to share a running log of events and personal insights with online audiences. Blog
A characteristic of technology that enables people with disabilities to use it. Accessibility
Modules delivered by an instructor either in a classroom or web-based conference setting. InstructorLedTraining
Content that aids learning by encouraging users to actively engage with it. Interactive
Modular Object-Oriented Dynamic Learning Environment: Open source learning platform mostly implemented in education settings. MOODLE
Describes how learners move through a course, website or document. Navigation
Software for which the source code is publicly available for use and development free of charge. OpenSourceSoftware
A teacher-centered approach to educational activities in online and face-to-face environments by selecting the best methods to convey information to learners. Pedagogy
Analysis, Design, Development, Implementation, and Evaluation. ADDIE
A classroom equipped with multimedia devices that are used to enhance learning. ElectronicClassroom
Information about content that allows it to be stored in and retrieved from a database. Metadata
SME's are the people who hold the knowledge needed for e-Learning courses or are experts in the field. SubjectMatterExpert
The delivery of information and activities that facilitate learner’s attainment of intended learning goals. Instruction

Ch. 13 Crossword


What is the acronym for International Society for Technology? ISTE
Westwood is one of a growing number of _________  schools in the nation.  Online
What is the name of a website created, edited and maintained by groups of people? Wiki
An _________ allows students to place work they have completed, or resources they have gathered, in a web based portfolio. E-portfolio
________ learning involves the use of mobile technologies to enhance students' learning experiences? Mobile
Among educators, what is one of the most popular virtual words? Second-Life
A _______ is a digital media file delivered over the internet. Podcast
_______ objects are digital resources that can be reused to support leaning. Learning
Open-source materials are developed by a _________ of programmers. Community
What is the acronym for Apple Classroom of Tomorrow Project ACOT
________ is a teacher professional development model that empowers students to play a major tole in facilitating technology integration in  the school. GenYes
What is the acronym for Self Organized Learning Environment? SOLE
_______ allows teachers to share video materials with classrooms around the world. TeacherTube
Which stage is missing?Entry stage, Adoption stage, Appropriation stage, Invention stage Adaptation
Who is an expert in the "psychology of technology"? Larry-Rosen
What is the acronym for No Child Left Behind? NCLB
_____________ reality worlds can be a powerful learning tool for active, engaged learning with visually rich, hands-on experiences; trial-and-error acuities; and vital participation in events 3D-virtual
What is an online journal? Blog
_________ is an online video clearinghouse where students can watch, upload, and share online videos YouTube
What is a similar site of TeacherTube? SchoolTube