Educational Psychology: Windows on Classrooms

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Prentice/Merrill/Prentice Hall, 2007 - Education - 605 pages
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For courses in Introduction to Educational Psychology.

Long recognized as very applied and practical, Eggen and Kauchak's Educational Psychology: Windows on Classrooms, seventh edition is now even more applied and concise, giving students exactly what they need to know in the course. The author's hallmark cases remain, in both written and videotape format, to introduce real-world applications in a way that no other text can. Along with expanded applications to diversity (urban, suburban, and rural areas), technology, and a new pedagogical system that completely restructures how information is delivered in the book and will help students really understand what they should be getting out of every single chapter. The text now comes with two new DVDs of video material and an access code for the new Teacher Prep Website that will be automatically shrinkwrapped with all new copies of the text. Educational Psychology: Windows on Classrooms once again truly fulfills the promise of its title, giving students a "window" on the classrooms in which they will someday teach.

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Review: Educational Psychology: Windows on Classrooms (7th Edition)

User Review  - Paula - Goodreads

This is a great book that really delves into different learning styles and thought processes. Read full review

Review: Educational Psychology: Windows on Classrooms (7th Edition)

User Review  - Elaine - Goodreads

Not much to say about this one-- it's your ubiquitous ed psych text. Kind of boring, kind of informative, very bulky. Typical textbook. Read full review

Contents

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Professional Knowledge and Learning to Teach
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The Role of Research in Acquiring Knowledge
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