Educational Psychology: Theory and Practice

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Allyn and Bacon, 1994 - Educational psychology - 616 pages
The fourth edition of this introductory text combines current theory, research and practical teaching applications with a new emphasis on self-regulated learning and constructive theories of learning. With its new, integrated pedagogical structure, this edition is designed to help students understand that applying the principles of education psychology does help people learn. The book features expanded coverage which now includes over 50 theory-into-practice sessions.

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Contents

Educational Psychology A Foundation for Teaching
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Teaching as Critical Thinking
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The Value of Research in Educational Psychology to the Teacher
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