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Educational PsychologyName and define the stages of mastery an individual is likely to pass through on the way to becoming an expert professional educator. Discuss the major influences and give examples of appropriate activities or goals for each stage. Define and differentiate critical thinking and self-regulated learning as they apply to classroom teachers.ast revised by !. "uitt #$%%&' (tages of )astery*rotter #+,-.'/ discusses & stages of mastery one goes through in the process of achieving mastery of any field0/*rotter1 2. #+,-.'. *he mystery of mastery. Psychology *oday1 $%#3'1 4$-4-. Novice 5dvanced 6eginner 7ompetence Proficiency Expertise (tages of )astery*he following provides some examples of how these stages can be applied to your development as a professional educator. (tages of )astery+. Noviceearns to recogni8e various objective facts1 initial concepts1 and specific rules*his stage is the beginning of the preparation of becoming a professional educator. (tages of )astery+. Novice*here are five courses associated with this stage of your development )(ED $%%%0 (urvey of Educational 7oncepts 69ED $:%%0 7omp *ech for the !orkplace P(;7 $3%%0 "uman it comes with being in your stage of development.(tages of )astery 7ritical *hinking7ritical thinking is the disciplined mental activity of evaluating arguments or propositions and making judgments that can guide the development of beliefs and taking action. Amportant components0 Disciplined mental activity Evaluate arguments or propositions )aking judgments deliberating about strategies to select those that balance progress toward goals against unwanted costs> and1 as steps are taken and the task evolves1 monitoring the accumulating effects of their engagement. (elf-2egulation7ritical thinking is a necessary1 but not sufficient1 condition for self-regulation.*hree additional factors are included0


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