Letter S Teaching Terms
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Teaching methodology where teachers assist and guide students so that they can complete learning activities they could not do without support.
Assessment completed by the learner him/herself to evaluate his/her own performance, strengths and weaknesses.
Words an individual can identify immediately without decoding.
Computer instructions or data.
Specified ends of learning all students are expected to attain.
Learning methodology in which learners adapt their learning style to fit the needs of the assigned task.
Educational approach emphasizes the student's responsibility for learning, interacting with teachers and other students, researching, and assessment by focusing on the student's role in these activities.
Groups assembled to work together to facilitate learning.
Sets of skills associated with an individual's ability to learn, including note taking, time management, and study planning.
A condensed presentation of the main elements of some material intended to highlight the main points.
Assessment typically completed at the end of a learning period with the aim of providing a final evaluation of individual's mastery of a knowledge or skill.
Learning that emphasizes the memorization of details (rote learning); contrast with deep learning.
Communication that occurs in real time between participants who may or may not be in the same location. Contrasted with asynchronous communication.