eBook Pupil Behaviour and Performance: Recent Theory and Research (Aspects of education) download
by W.J. Wilkinson,N.J. George
Author: W.J. Wilkinson,N.J. George
Publisher: University of Hull Institute of Education (October 1982)
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University of Hull Institute of Education, (c)1982. Physical Description: 170 p. ;, 21 cm. Title: Aspects of education ; no. 27. Bibliography, etc. Note: Includes bibliographical references. Personal Name: Wilkinson, W. J.
University of Hull Institute of Education, (c)1982. ISBN: 0395984157 (pb.
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Pupil Academic Achievement. Videotape Films of Pupils' Behavior . Categories of Social Interaction. Categories of Verbal Behavior. Recent years have seen a surge in educational efforts to foster the development of learners’ epistemologies. We identify five key aspects of epistemic performance that are important to achieving this goal: engaging in reliable cognitive processes that lead to achievement of epistemic aims; adapting epistemic performance to diverse situations; metacognitively regulating and understanding epistemic performance; caring about and enjoying epistemic performance; and achieving epistemic aims together with others.
Student development specialists will be interested in the book because intellectual styles, as evidenced by recent studies . Further, the inspection of the pupil records indicated that the types of social behaviour and behaviour problems exhibited varied with style.
Student development specialists will be interested in the book because intellectual styles, as evidenced by recent studies, play a critical role in many aspects of student development including cognitive, affective, psychosocial, and career development. Psychologists will gain an understanding of an important facet of the field at the interface between cognition and personality. The results were considered to have implications for the origins and treatment of problem behaviour.
Cognitive theories look beyond behavior to consider how human memory works .
Cognitive theories look beyond behavior to consider how human memory works to promote learning, and an understanding of short term memory and long term memory is important to educators influenced by cognitive theory. They view learning as an internal mental process (including insight, information processing, memory and perception) where the educator focuses on building intelligence and cognitive development. The individual learner is more important than the environment. Connectivism is a recent theory of networked learning, which focuses on learning as making connections.
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If a rat presses a bar and receives a food pellet, he will be likely to press it again. This is significant in terms of developing instruction and performance support tools for students who are chronologically adults, but may be limited in their understanding of abstract concepts.
Theory of collective behavior. Theory of collective behavior. by. Smelser, Neil J. Publication date. Social psychology, Human behavior. New York : Free Press.
Education of the culture of behavior of the younger generation is one of the urgent problems of science and practice. In the process of formation of skills and behavior plays an important role in the assimilation of children's rules. List of references: 1. Wenger N. Yu. The studied problem is reflected in the fundamental works of A. M. Arkhangelsky, N. Boldyreva, N. K. Krupskaya, A. S. Makarenko, S. G. Yakobson, L. I. Bozhovich, A. Vinogradova, S. N. Karpova et al. In their work reveals the essence of the basic concepts of education culture of behavior, determined by the methods and techniques of moral education of preschool children.