Educational Psychology : Windows on Classrooms
Designed to be a core text in Introduction to Educational Psychology.This groundbreaking textbook continues to be the most applied introduction to educational psychology on the market. It features a series of case studies that are effectively presented in both written and video taped formats to introduce real-world applications-a hallmark of this acclaimed text. Students will gain a full understanding of the heart of educational psychology through this comprehensive and detailed discussion of prominent learning, motivation, and development theories as they apply to today's classrooms.
- Mixed media product | 728 pages
- 210.82 x 248.92 x 30.48mm | 1,406.13g
- 11 Jul 2000
- Pearson Education (US)
- United States
- 5th edition
Table of contents
PART I. THE LEARNER. 1. Teaching in the Real World. 2. The Development of Cognition and Language. 3. Personal, Social, and Emotional Development. 4. Learner Differences. 5. Learners with Exceptionalities. PART II. LEARNING. 6. Behaviorism and Social Cognitive Theory. 7. Cognitive Views of Learning. 8. Complex Cognitive Processes. 9. Cognition in the Content Areas. PART III. CLASSROOM PROCESSES. 10. Increasing Learner Motivation. 11. Creating Productive Learning Environments. 12. Teacher-Centered Approaches to Instruction. 13. Learner-Centered Approaches to Instruction. 14. Assessing Classroom Learning. Appendix: Standardized Tests. References. Author Index. Subject Index.