Educational Psychology: Developing Learners
Focusing on the core concepts and principles of educational psychology, this edition features a chapter on knowledge construction. The coverage of cognitive perspectives on learning has been expanded and deepened with new sections on cognitive apprenticeships and authentic tasks.
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