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Sinte Gleska University

Principles of Learning and Teaching:

Early Childhood (0521); Grades K-6 (0521); Grades 5-9 (0523); Grades 7-12 (0524)

 

For more information on individual test concepts, please visit the Principles of Learning and Teaching Test at a Glance on the ETS Website . For questions regarding the content of the reviews sheets please contact Sinte Gleska University.

 

Theoretical Foundations about How Learning Occurs

EE 200

ED 210

ME 200

Human Development in the Physical, Social, Emotional, Moral, Speech/language, and Cognitive Domains

EE 200

ED 210

ME 200

ED 449

All Methods Classes

Differences in the Ways Students Learn and Perform

ED 210

ED 339

ED 449

ME 200

ME 210

All Methods Classes

Areas of Exceptionality in Students' Learning

ED 449

Legislation and Institutional Responsibilities Relating to Exceptional Students

ED 449

Approaches for Accommodating Various Learning Styles, Intelligences, or Exceptionalities: Differentiated Instruction and Assessments

ED 449

All Methods Classes

Approaches for Accommodating Various Learning Styles, Intelligences, or Exceptionalities: Second-Language Acquisition

ED 339

ED 447

Multicultural Backgrounds

ED 210

ED 339

ED 447

ME 200

All Methods Classes

Theoretical Foundations of Human Motivation and Behavior: Important Terms

EE 200

ED 210

ME 200

All Classes

Theoretical Foundations of Human Motivation and Behavior: Strategies

ED 210

ED 447

ED 449

ME 200

ME 410

All Methods Classes

Theoretical Foundations of Human Motivation and Behavior: Promoting or diminishing student's motivation

ED 210

ED 447

ED 449

ED 499

ME 200

ME 410

All Methods Classes

Principles of Effective Classroom Management and Strategies to Promote Positive Relationships, Cooperation, and Purposeful Learning

ED 210

ME 200

ME 410

All Methods Classes

Critical thinking; creative thinking; higher-order thinking; inductive and deductive thinking; problem structuring and problem solving; invention; memorization and recall; social reasoning; and representation of ideas

ED 210

ME 200

All Methods Classes

Cooperative learning; direct instruction; discovery learning; whole-group discussion; independent study interdisciplinary instruction; concept mapping; inquiry method; questioning; play, learning centers; small-group work, revisiting, reflection; and project approach

All Methods Classes

Principles, Techniques, and Methods Associated with Major Instructional Strategies

All Methods Classes

Methods for Enhancing Student Learning through the Use of a Variety of Resources and Materials

ED 301

ED 305

Techniques for Planning Instruction

ED 447

ME 410

All Methods Classes

Techniques for Creating Effective Bridges between Curriculum Goals and Students' Experiences

All Methods Classes

Assessment Strategies

ED 210

ED 449

All Methods Classes

Communication Techniques

ED 105

ED 339

ED 447

ME 200

ME 410

Learning styles; multiple intelligences; performance modes: concrete operational thinkers, and visual and aural learners; gender differences; and cultural expectations and styles

ED 210

ME 200

ME 410

All Methods Classes

Professional literature; colleagues; professional associations; and professional-development activities

ED 105

ED 210

ED 499

Ability to read, understand, and apply articles and books about current research, views, ideas, and debates regarding best teaching practices

ED 210

ED 499

All Methods Classes

Ongoing Personal Reflection on Teaching and Learning Practices as a Basis for Making Professional Decisions

ED 105

ED 449

ED 499

Role of the School as a Resource to the Larger Community

ED 210

ED 339

ED 499

ME 200

Develop and Utilize Active Partnerships among Teachers, Parents/Guardians and Leaders in the Community to Support the Educational Process

ED 339

ED 449

ED 499

All Methods Classes

Major Laws Related to Students' Rights and Teacher Responsibilities

ED 449

ED 499

 


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