7 edition of Educational psychology found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references (p. R-1--R-44) and indexes.
|Statement||Jeanne Ellis Ormrod.|
|LC Classifications||LB1051 .O66 1998|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||1 v. (various pagings) :|
|LC Control Number||96051908|
American Journal of Education, 4— He promoted a sociocultural view of the facts. If you want to skip the introduction, go directly to the Table of Contents. Rather, they focus on memorization and superficial learning. Psychology of Individual differences Transfer of Learning or Training Emotional Development and Emotional Intelligence Learning Disabilities and Learning Disabled Children Beginning with an introduction to the nature and scope, and the various schools of psychology, the book dis-cusses the systems propounded by Freud, Adler, Jung and Piaget, taking into account their critical importance to the subject.
Adams, and in the final draft, that name was changed to add ethnic diversity to the group; perhaps "Mr. In Stock Overview Help students understand their own learning and apply the core concepts and principles of educational psychology Educational Psychology: Developing Learners is known for its exceptionally clear and engaging writing, its in-depth focus on learning, and its extensive concrete applications. Jean Piaget's famous stages of cognitive development are one example of an important developmental theory looking at how children grow intellectually. This is a case of confusing correlation with causation, given the information in the text.
They should present information that is clear and interesting and relate this new information and material to things the student already knows about. Teachers should also realize the importance of habit and instinct. During the s and '80s, Cassandra B. Although it can date back as early as the days of Plato and Aristotle, educational psychology was not considered a specific practice. While educational psychology may be a relatively young discipline, it will continue to grow as people become more interested in understanding how people learn.
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A form of attribution theory developed by Bernard Weiner  describes how students' beliefs about the causes of academic success or failure affect their emotions and motivations. The studies researchers have carried out in this area provide us with strategies and tools that can help us create an ideal educational system.
Definitely give it a read if this book interests you. Performance approach goals are associated with positive outcomes, and some negative outcomes such as an unwillingness to seek help and shallow information processing.
The great thing Kaufman does here, is he breaks it down into very simple steps that can be applied to anything. In practice, standardized instruments such as the Stanford-Binet IQ test and the WISC  are widely used in economically developed countries to identify children in need of individualized Educational psychology book treatment.
He shares that propaganda and the media help to distort the reality of events. Prior to the ZPD, the relation between learning and development could be boiled down to the following three major positions: 1 Development always precedes learning e. Stanley Hall, and John Dewey.
In addition to basic abilities, the individual's personality traits are also important, with people higher in conscientiousness and hope attaining superior academic achievements, even after controlling for intelligence and past performance.
A lot of the knowledge taught within this book will probably be quite surprising to you. Volante, L. In his book How We Think, he emphasizes that material should be provided in a way that is stimulating and interesting to the student since it encourages original thought and problem solving.
The spaced learning effect, a cognitive phenomenon strongly supported by psychological research, has broad applicability within education. It was unknown that everyday teaching and learning in which individuals had to think about individual differences, assessment, development, the nature of a subject being taught, problem solving, and transfer of learning was the beginning to the field of educational psychology.
Plato and Aristotle researched individual differences in the field of educationtraining of the body and the cultivation of psycho-motor skills, the formation of good character, the possibilities and limits of moral education. Shelves: textbooks This book was rather ponderous, with little attempt made to make it readable.
Four trends have affected the way that these satisfactions are experienced by classroom teachers: 1 increased diversity of students, 2 the spread of instructional technology in schools and classrooms, 3 increased expectations for accountability in education, and 4 the development of increased professionalism among teachers.
Nudge by Richard H. The stages are the sensorimotor stage from birth to 2 years old, the preoperational state from 2 years old to 7 years old, the concrete operational stage from 7 years old to 10 years old, and formal operational stage from 11 years old and up.
He believed that the classroom should prepare children to be good citizens and facilitate creative intelligence. Continuing debates about the nature of intelligence revolve on whether intelligence can be characterized by a single factor known as general intelligence multiple factors e.
Volante, L. Journal of Teacher Education, 55 5— The dangers of testing. From to 37 million people immigrated to the United States. So, a student learns to become a mathematician through exposure to mathematician using tools to solve mathematical problems.
He also found that learning is done a little at a time or in increments, learning is an automatic process and all the principles of learning apply to all mammals.
Santrock received his Ph. It regards learning as a process of enculturation. For Chapter 1, though, simply have a look at the teachingedpsych home page.This educational psychology textbook replacement course covers all of the topics in a standard educational psychology textbook.
The lessons offer a. ( views) Educational Psychology by Edward L. Thorndike - Teachers college, The book provides students in advanced courses in educational psychology with material which they would otherwise have to get from lectures at great cost of time. The author applies to a number of educational problems the methods of exact science.
This best-selling, classic text provides beginning teachers with the tools and inspiration to become masters of their chosen profession. The Tenth Edition maintains the lucid writing style for which the author is renowned, combined with a clear emphasis on educational psychology's practical relevance.
This edition provides an especially helpful new chapter on Engaged Learning: Cooperation and 5/5(1). Although the authors were free to use any material in this volume, the final manuscript was almost wholly new.
The content and purpose of the present book, moreover, are less appropriately designated by the original title than by the phrase "educational psychology". Educational Psychology is defined as the study of human behavior in educational situations.
Educational psychology is a branch of psychology concerned with the scientific study of human behavior. Educational psychology consists of two words 'Education' and 'Psychology'. Educational is a process of learning whereas psychology is the study of human behavior.5/5.
Jun 01, · This is a great developmental psychology book, and is a great book to have in your 'teaching library'.
This textbook has a breadth of basic developmental psychology, as well as classroom politics and strategy information. The best part, is that it includes perspectives, advice, and opinions from teachers in every grade-level for each topic/5.