Handbook of Psychology, Educational Psychology

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William M. Reynolds, Gloria J. Miller
John Wiley & Sons, Jun 2, 2003 - Psychology - 664 pages
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Contents

PART TWO COGNITIVE CONTRIBUTIONS TO LEARNING DEVELOPMENT AND INSTRUCTION
21
PART THREE SOCIOCULTURAL INSTRUCTIONAL AND RELATIONAL PROCESSES
123
PART FOUR CURRICULUM APPLICATIONS
283
PART FIVE EXCEPTIONAL LEARNER PROGRAMS AND STUDENTS
429
PART SIX EDUCATIONAL PROGRAM RESEARCH AND POLICY
531
Author Index
631
Subject Index
653
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About the author (2003)

William M. Reynolds is Professor of Curriculum Studies in the Department of Curriculum, Foundations, and Research at Georgia Southern University. He has authored, co-edited, and co-authored books including Reading Curriculum Theory: The Development of a New Hermeneutic (1992), Understanding Curriculum as a Phenomenological and Deconstructed Text (1992), Inside/Out: Contemporary Critical Perspectives in Education (1994), and Understanding Curriculum: An Introduction to the Study of Historical and Contemporary Curriculum Discourses (1995).

Gloria J. Miller, Vice President, Professional Services Division, SAS International, heads the international Professional Services Division at SAS, is the Executive Manager for the development of SAS Industry Intelligence Solutions, and is on the board of directors of SAS Global Services. Throughout her career of more than eighteen years in the information technology industry, Miller has received accolades for her skills in the management and delivery of IT systems and programs and in software development and support. She holds a master's degree in business administration from Bowie State University in Bowie, Maryland, and a bachelor of science degree from Augusta State University in Augusta, Georgia.

Dagmar Brautigam, Professional Services Program Manager, SAS International, has led the development of the Business Intelligence Competency Center Program and the Information Evolution Assessment Service. Based in Heidelberg, Germany, she is responsible for creating, developing, and rolling out SAS's education and consulting programs and services for the SAS Europe, Middle East, Africa, and Asia/Pacific regions. Brautigam studied translation sciences in Heidelberg, London, and Geneva, and holds a degree from Ruprecht-Karls-University of Heidelberg.

Dr. Stefanie V. Gerlach, Senior Program Consultant, SAS International, has extensive experience in developing training programs for project teams and business users. She developed the Business Intelligence Competency Center initiative for SAS and is responsible for the Business Intelligence Competency Center Services for the SAS Europe, Middle East, Africa, and Asia/Pacific regions. Gerlach has studied political science, history, andProtestant theology in Heidelberg and Paris, and holds a PhD in political science from Ruprecht-Karls-University of Heidelberg. Gerlach also codeveloped a manual that describes training methods and how to implement and manage computer training.
SAS Institute (Cary, NC) is the market leader in providing a new generation of business intelligence software and services. SAS solutions are used at more than 40,000 sites, including ninety-six of the top 100 companies on the Fortune Global 500(R). SAS has customers in 110 countries.

Adam Cash, PSYD, is a psychologist in private practice in Pomona, California. He is an adjunct professor at Chapman University.

Irving B. Weiner, PHD, is the Series Editor for the "Wiley Concise Guides to Mental Health," He is a prolific author and the editor of the award-winning, twelve-volume "Handbook of Psychology," also from Wiley.

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