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Studying for Education 101 - Summary
This chapter's flashcard sets serve as a fantastic resource for individuals studying Education 101 topics. Accessible online from any computer or mobile device, these flashcards make it easy to review important education topics at home or on-the-go. Click through the flashcards, examine the topic on the front of each, then virtually flip the card over to assess your knowledge. Using these sets can boost your comprehension of topics that include the following:
- America's history of education
- Pioneers in education
- Impact of psychology on education
- Major philosophies of education
- Legal system and education
- Local, state and federal governance of schools
- Inclusive and special education
- National professional organizations in education
How They Work
The ability to boost your memorization skills and enhance your knowledge of concepts covered in Education 101 through repetition is one of many benefits of using these online flashcard sets.
- Open a flashcard set for the education topic you're studying.
- Identify the word, phrase or sentence on the flashcard.
- Click the button to flip the card and view the answer.
- Select whether you got it right or missed it to keep track of your progress.
- Click the Next arrow to proceed through the education pioneers, history of education in America or other flashcard set.
- Review the cards you missed or shuffle all cards back in and go through them again.
History of Education in America Flashcards
These flashcards will give you information about the early days of education and the groups and laws that influenced the American educational system. Learn about the Puritans, the 14th Amendment's impact on education and school segregation.
Education Pioneers Flashcards
These flashcards will help you review information about the leaders whose ideas and work helped to lay the foundation for the American educational system.
Psychology in Education Flashcards
Go over the important theories of development that apply to education with these flashcards. You'll also find cards that cover the educational contributions of individual psychologists.
Major Educational Philosophies Flashcards
'What is your educational philosophy?' is a common question asked on many teaching application forms. Do you know what your answer would be? Use these flashcards to help you review the prevailing educational philosophies.
Education & the Legal System Flashcards
The local, state, and federal governments all play a role in the education system. Use this set of flashcards to review some important legislation that affects how schools are run today.
School & System Governance Flashcards
What is the relationship between local, state, and federal government and education? This set of flashcards will help you review which levels of government make, implement, and evaluate educational policy.
Special & Inclusive Education Flashcards
Teachers often joke that many special and inclusive education teaching practices have turned into alphabet soup. IEP? CRT? RTI? What do these acronyms mean? And how are they implemented? Use these flashcards to make sense of your alphabet soup!
National Professional Education Organization Flashcards
For over one hundred years, the rights of educators and education professionals have been protected by organizations at the local, state, and national level. This set of flashcards will help you review the goals of these organizations.
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