Educational Psychology: A Learning-centered Approach to Classroom Practice
This educational psychology book, whose authorship includes a classroom teacher, reflects more authentic classroom experience than any other book available. The connections between ed psych theory and real practice are made throughout the book via case studies, the voices of real teachers, and examples derived directly from the practice of real classroom teachers.
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Piagets Stages of Cognitive Development
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