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For 30 years, this market leading text has succeeded in providing a practical, student-oriented approach to educational psychology. Psychology Applied to Teaching takes complex psychological theories demonstrates how they apply to the everyday experiences of in-service teachers. The Eleventh Edition combines fresh concepts and contemporary research with long standing theory and applications to create a textbook that speaks to today's teachers and students. New! Chapter 9: Social Cognitive Theory has been added in response to reviewer suggestions and the many recent developments in cognitive research. No other educational psychology book currently offers a separate chapter on this topic. New! "Take a Stand!" features give the author an opportunity to spotlight issues such as inclusion, school violence, or high-stakes testing, and encourages debate on critical issues in education. Also accessible on the textbook web site with additional resources and pedagogy and in the Eduspace course with online chats. New! Coverage of key national standards including PRAXIS and INTASC has been added and referenced throughout the text. A convenient correlation table highlighting text coverage is located on the inside covers for students and professors, with additional suggestions for instructor use in the IRM. "Case in Print" exercises in every chapter use recent news articles to demonstrate how basic ideas or techniques are being applied by educators from the primary grades through high school. Each article is followed by several open-ended questions to encourage reflection. This feature can also be found on the textbook Web site. "Suggestions for Teaching in Your Classroom" sections include detailed descriptions of how to apply the information and concepts discussed in the chapter to the classroom. These features are intended to be read while the book is used as a text and to serve as a reference for in-service teachers later on. Journal entries help students to prepare and use a Reflective Journal. Entries appear in the margins of the text and encourage readers to consider their own personality, style, and teaching situation in establishing personal guidelines for teaching. A guide for setting up a Reflective Journal is included in Chapter 16--students can use their journals as a reference before and during their teaching experience. Eduspace is a customizable, powerful Interactive platform that provides instructors with text-specific online courses and content in multiple disciplines. Eduspace gives an instructor the ability to create all or part of their course online using the widely recognized tools of Blackboard and quality text-specific content from HMCo. Instructors can quickly and easily assign homework exercises, quizzes, tests, tutorials and supplemental study materials and can modify that content or even add their own.
Table of Contents
|Applying Psychology to Teaching|
|Theories of Psychosocial and Cognitive Development|
|Understanding Student Differences|
|Addressing Cultural and Socioeconomic Diversity|
|Accommodating Student Variability|
|Learning and Instruction|
|Behavioral Learning Theory: Operant Conditioning|
|Social Cognitive Theory|
|Constructivist Learning Theory, Problem Solving, and Transfer|
|Approaches to Instruction|
|Creating a Positive Learning Environment|
|Assessment of Students|
|Assessment of Classroom Learning|
|Understanding and Using Standardized Tests|
|Becoming a Better Teacher by Becoming a Reflective Teacher|
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