Educational Psychology: Windows on Teaching
Brown & Benchmark Publishers, 1997 - Education - 416 pages
Taking a cognitive approach to the field, this new book avoids jargon, providing students with clear and concise coverage. Choose any of the 21 chapters and several in-depth cases in Educational Psychology: Windows on Teaching; arrange them in the order you prefer; and we'll bind them into a one-color customized version specifically for your students. No more skipping and juggling chapters to make a book fit your course.
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