Educational Psychology / Edition 2

Educational Psychology / Edition 2

by N. L. Gage, David C. Berliner
     
 

Educational Psychology, 6/e, offers a unique set of teaching methods chapters that demonstrate how research applies in today's classrooms. The Sixth Edition features lively classroom scenarios and offers learning tools designed to prompt critical thinking and comprehension.
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Educational Psychology, 6/e, offers a unique set of teaching methods chapters that demonstrate how research applies in today's classrooms. The Sixth Edition features lively classroom scenarios and offers learning tools designed to prompt critical thinking and comprehension.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780528610462
Publisher:
Rand McNally
Publication date:
01/01/1979
Pages:
800

Table of Contents

I. Educational Psychology: Some Background
1. Educational Psychology's Purposes and Methods
2. The Tasks, Standards, and Objectives of Teaching II. Student Characteristics
3. Cognitive Abilities
4. The Development of Cognition, Language, and Personality
5. Human Diversity and the Schools: Culture, Gender, and Exceptionality III. Learning and Motivation: Theories and Applications
6. Behavioral and Social Views of Learning
7. Cognitive Learning: Processes and Strategies to Make Meaning
8. Motivation and Learning IV. Teaching Methods and Practices
9. Lecturing and Explaining
10. Teaching Small Groups: The Discussion Method and Cooperative Learning
11. Individual Instruction
12. Classroom Teaching: The Orchestration of Methods V. Assessment
13. Basic Concepts in Assessment and the Interpretation of Standardized Testing
14. The Teacher's Assessment and Grading of Student Learning

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