Basic Psychological Processes-Defined Megan Anderson-School Psychologist Keely Swartzer-Special Education Coordinator


Organization Organization (Remains from Soarem)



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Organization

Organization (Remains from Soarem)

  • Difficulty:
    • Differentiating
    • Ordering
    • Sequencing
    • Categorizing
    • Clustering
    • Time managing
    • Planning
    • Associating
    • Mapping
    • Labeling
    • Following directions
    • Webbing
    • Prioritizing
    • Arranging

Planning and sequencing-NEW

  • These are “integration of information” processes.

ESSENCE OF WORKING MEMORY

Working memory (verbal, visual, spatial)-NEW

  • Defined as: “The ability to hold information in immediate awareness and use it within a few seconds including the ability to store information long enough to manipulate it.”
  • Example: Looking a phone number up on your cell phone, keeping it in your memory, and then dialing it.
  • Educational Example: Mental math
  • Turn to your neighbor and think of 2 more examples.



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