Theorists have offered a number of suggestions regarding how teachers might help students develop better summaries of classroom subject matter. Which one of the strategies below do they not recommend?
Which one of the following pairs of students best illustrates a difference with respect to students’ epistemic beliefs?
Which one of the following best illustrates the concept of epistemic doubt?
Three of the following are examples of mnemonics. Which one is not a mnemonic?
Three of the following are possible reasons that many students don’t use effective learning and study strategies. Which one is not a reason that theorists have offered?
Three of the following examples are consistent with how epistemic beliefs typically change as learners grow older. Which one is not consistent with typical developmental trends in epistemic beliefs?
Three of the following students are showing signs of self-regulated learning. Which student does not show any evidence of self-regulated learning?
Which one of the following is most likely to be useful in teaching children to solve mathematical problems effectively?
Which one of the following is the best example of someone using a heuristic (rather than an algorithm) in problem solving?
Sharp wants her students to use what they learn in their psychology class to interact with other people more effectively. Given what we know about factors that promote transfer, which one of the following teaching strategies is mostlikely to accomplish this objective?
Which one of the following examples most clearly illustrates how mental set can interfere with problem solving?
Three of the following statements describe how cooperative groups can promote more effective problem solving. Which statement is not an accurate statement regarding the benefits of cooperative group problem solving?
Mary’s parents want her to study advanced mathematics as a way of helping her remember her lines in theater productions. Considering research on transfer, are Mary’s parents correct? Will studying advanced mathematics help Mary learn her lines more readily?
Which one of the following is the best example of problem-based learning?
If you wanted students to learn how to critically evaluate what they read on Internet websites, you would be most likely to: