Cognitive Development and Learning in Instructional Contexts

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Allyn and Bacon, 1996 - Child psychology - 296 pages
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Cognitive Development and Learning in Instructional Contexts is designed to summarize psychological research on students' learning in reading, mathematics, social studies, writing and science. This book discusses how children learn different subject areas so that teachers can better individualize instruction for diverse classrooms. A section on instructional implications appears toward the end of each chapter to help the student apply theory to practice.

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Contents

Theories of Cognitive Development and Learning
7
Memory
35
HigherOrder Thinking
59
Copyright

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About the author (1996)

James Byrnes is a professor in the Psychological Studies in Education Department at Temple University.

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