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Cases in Educational Psychology : Canadian Perspectives

Cases in Educational Psychology : Canadian Perspectives - 03 edition

ISBN13: 978-0130914194

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ISBN10: 0130914193
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Publisher: Pearson Education Canada
Published: 2003
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Cases in Educational Psychology : Canadian Perspectives - 03 edition

ISBN13: 978-0130914194

John F. Durkin

ISBN13: 978-0130914194
ISBN10: 0130914193
Cover type:
Edition/Copyright: 03
Publisher: Pearson Education Canada

Published: 2003
International: No
Summary

Suitable for all Educational Psychology courses in teacher education programs in universities across Canada.

This type of casebook can be used as an adjunct to an academic text or on its own in a Methods of Teaching Educational Psychology course that is more commonly found in business faculties. The text is organized to coincide with a typical Educational Psychology table of contents so instructors can incorporate the cases while using a textbook. top

Features :

  • Much of the text is in the form of bulleted lists to make topics easier to study and more closely tie-in with a traditional educational psychology text
  • Exercises in each chapter
  • Cases appear at the end of the chapter; each case ends with discussion questions
  • References are found throughout the text, although not every chapter features them

Author Bio

Durkin, John F. : University of Victoria

Table of Contents

Introduction: The Case Method: Notes for instructors and students.

I. EDUCATION AND PSYCHOLOGY.
1. Education and Psychology.
2. The Nature of Evidence.

II. HUMAN DEVELOPMENT.
3. Genetics, Evolutionary Psychology and Environment.
4. Brain and Biological Development.
5. Cognitive and Language Development.
6. Social, Emotional, and Moral Development.
7. Peers and Social Relations.

III. INDIVIDUAL DIFFERENCES.
8. Variations in Learning.
9. Cultural and Ethnic Issues.

IV. LEARNING THEORIES.
10. Behavioural Learning Theories.
11. Cognitive Learning Theories.

V. APPROACHES TO INSTRUCTION.
12. Mastery, Direct, and Constructivist Approaches.
13. Differentiated Instruction, Group/Cooperative Learning and Brain-Based Approaches.

VI. CLASSROOM MANAGEMENT.
14. Emotions, Stress, and Motivation.
15. Learning Environments and Learned Difficulties.
16. Classroom Management.

VII. ASSESSMENT.
17. Assessment and Evaluation.

VIII. CONTROVERSIES.
18. Controversies.

IX. ALTERNATIVE, DISTANCE, AND ELECTRONIC EDUCATION.
19. Alternative Schools and Organizations.
20. Distance and Digital Education.

X. ADVANCED CASES.
21. Advanced Cases.


INDEX.

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