Recent trends and developments in educational psychology: Chinese and American perspectives
Unesco Publishing, 1995 - Education - 52 pages
The first part provides an overview of the history and development of educational psychology in China, together with a well-nourished bibliography on the subject. The second includes a bibliography and annotated references, focused on the constructive nature of learning and offers some useful pointers to more effective skill acquisition among young learners.
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