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Educational Psychology : Windows on Classrooms,9780130171764
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Educational Psychology : Windows on Classrooms

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ISBN13:

9780130171764

ISBN10:
013017176X
Format:
Paperback
Pub. Date:
7/1/2000
Publisher(s):
PRENTICE HALL

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Summary

Long recognized for its groundbreaking innovations in placing educational psychology firmly within the classroom context, this new edition of the best-selling book examines every educational psychology theory (learning, motivation, and development) and every relevant concept from the teacher's viewpoint. Hallmark cases, in both written and videotape format, introduce real-life into the book, giving readers a "window" on today's classrooms. With its focus on teaching "in the real world," this book covers such topics as: learners (cognitive and language development) and their differences; learning (behaviorism, cognitive theory, constructing understanding, and complex cognitive processes); and classroom processes (theories of motivation, creating productive learning environments, and assessments). For those interested in educational psychology, including teachers, administrators for educational institutions, therapists, and guidance counselors.

Table of Contents

Part I The Learner
Teaching in the Real World
2(26)
The Development of Cognition and Language
28(52)
Personal, Social, and Emotional Development
80(42)
Learner Differences
122(46)
Learners with Exceptionalities
168(44)
Part II Learning
Behaviorism and Social Cognitive Theory
212(42)
Cognitive Views of Learning
254(54)
Complex Cognitive Processes
308(50)
Cognition in the Content Areas
358(50)
Part III Classroom Processes
Increasing Learner Motivation
408(54)
Creating Productive Learning Environments
462(52)
Teacher-Centered Approaches to Instruction
514(36)
Learner-Centered Approaches to Instruction
550(42)
Assessing Classroom Learning
592(49)
Appendix Standardized Tests 641
References R-1
Author Index I-1
Subject Index I-13


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