EdPsych: Modules

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  • Edition: 2nd
  • Format: Paperback
  • Copyright: 2011-12-06
  • Publisher: McGraw-Hill Education

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Ed Psych Modules. For ALL your students. Ed Psych Modulesspeaks to all students regardless of their intended age stage specialization. With four case studies early childhood, elementary, middle school, and secondary -- for each cluster of modules, your students effectively connect theory and practice using these realistic cases. Written to be used in any order, these modules and clusters give you maximum flexibility in organizing your course. The authors have also limited the use of boxes and other sidebars in order to ensure students identify and understand the core concepts of educational psychology.

Table of Contents


1: Today’s Diverse Classrooms

Unit 1: Personal Development

2: Contexts of Development

3: Social Development

4: Emotional Development

5: Moral Development

Unit 2: The Developing Learner

6: The Brain and Development

7: Cognitive Development

8: Language Development

Unit 3: Learning Theories

9: Behavioral Learning Theories

10: Social Cognitive Theory

11: Information Processing

Unit 4: Cognitive Processes

12: Metacognition

13: Transfer of Skills and Knowledge

14: Critical Thinking and Problem Solving

Unit 5: Motivation

15: Behavioral Theory

16: Cognitive Theories

17: Self Theories

Unit 6: Classroom Management And Instruction

18: Creating a Productive Learning Environment

19: Understanding and Managing Student Behavior

20: Instruction: Behavioral, Cognitive, and Constructivist Approaches

21: Grouping Practices

Unit 7: Learner Differences

22: Intelligence

23: Giftedness and Creativity

24: Cognitive Disabilities

25: Emotional, Social, and Behavioral Disabilities

Unit 8: Classroom Assessment

26: Assessing Student Learning

27: Test Construction and Use

28: Performance Assessment

Unit 9: Standardized Testing

29: Standardized Tests and Scores

30: Issues in Standardized Testing

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