Author : Jack Snowman
Genre : Education
Publisher : Cengage Learning
ISBN : 1111841934
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Created through a student-tested, faculty-approved review process with over 200 students and faculty, ED PSYCH is an engaging and accessible solution to accommodate the diverse lifestyles of today's learners. ED PSYCH has the most applied approach to educational psychology--taking complex psychology theories and demonstrating how they apply to the everyday experiences of in-service teachers. Important Notice: Media content referenced within the product description or the product text may not be available in the ebook version.

Author : Martyn Long
Genre : Education
Publisher : Routledge
ISBN : 9781136889226
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Written in an accessible and engaging style, this second edition of The Psychology of Education addresses key concepts from psychology which relate to education. Throughout the text the author team emphasise an evidence-based approach, providing practical suggestions to improve learning outcomes, while fictional case studies are used in this new edition to provide students with a sense of what psychological issues can look like in the classroom. Activities around these case studies give students the chance to think about how to apply their theoretical knowledge to these real-world contexts. ‘Key implications’ are drawn out at appropriate points, and throughout the book students are provided with strategies for interrogating evidence. Key terms are glossed throughout the book and chapters are summarised and followed by suggestions for further reading. A chapter on Learning interactions and social worlds is new to this edition. The following chapters have all been extensively updated: Learning Assessment Individual differences and achievement Student engagement and motivation The educational context Society and culture Language Literacy Inclusive education and special educational needs Behaviour problems Dealing with behaviour problems. This book is essential reading for undergraduate students of Education Studies and Psychology as well as trainee teachers on BA, BEd and PGCE courses. It will also be of use to postgraduates training to be educational psychologists.

Author : Janet Lord
Genre : Education
Publisher : SAGE
ISBN : 9781529783926
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This comprehensive guide applies evidence-based practice to real-life educational scenarios over a broad range of topics, covering everything a student of Educational Psychology needs to know.

Author : Charles H Judd
Genre : Education
Publisher : Routledge
ISBN : 9781136653582
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No influence has more profoundly affected educational thought and practice during the late 19th and early 20th centuries than the science of psychology. This volume discusses the major differences between education prior to the influence of educational psychology and then examines the impact this had on the education of children and the experience of teachers.

Author : Cheryl Cisero Durwin
Genre : Education
Publisher : SAGE Publications
ISBN : 9781506310770
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Now with SAGE Publications, Cheryl Cisero Durwin and Marla Reese-Weber’s EdPsych Modules uses an innovative implementation of case studies and a modular format to address the challenge of effectively connecting theory and research to practice. Each module is a succinct, stand-alone topic that represents every subject found in traditional chapter texts and can be used in any order for maximum flexibility in organizing your course. Each of the book’s eight units of modules begins with a set of four case studies–early childhood, elementary, middle school, and secondary–and ends with “Assess” and “Reflect and Evaluate” questions and activities to encourage comprehension and application of the research and theories presented. The case approach and the extensive pedagogy that support it allows students to constantly see the applications of the theories and research that they are studying in the text.

Author : United States. Office of Education
Genre : Education
Publisher :
ISBN : UOM:39015035869687
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Genre : Education
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ISBN : STANFORD:36105218355407
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Author : United States. Office of Education
Genre : Counseling
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ISBN : IND:30000090446299
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Author : Andrew J. Martin
Genre : Education
Publisher : Routledge
ISBN : 9781351586740
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Handbook of Educational Psychology and Students with Special Needs provides educational and psychological researchers, practitioners, policy-makers, and graduate students with critical expertise on the factors and processes relevant to learning for students with special needs. This includes students with attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder, other executive function difficulties, behavior and emotional disorders, autism spectrum disorder, intellectual disabilities, learning disabilities, dyslexia, language and communication difficulties, physical and sensory disabilities, and more. With the bulk of educational psychology focused on "mainstream" or "typically developing" learners, relatively little educational psychology theory, research, measurement, or practice has attended to students with "special needs." As clearly demonstrated in this book, the factors and processes studied within educational psychology—motivation and engagement, cognition and neuroscience, social-emotional development, instruction, home and school environments, and more—are vital to all learners, especially those at risk or disabled. Integrating guidance from the DSM-5 by the American Psychiatric Association and the International Classification of Diseases (ICD-10) by the World Health Organization, this book synthesizes and builds on existing interdisciplinary research to establish a comprehensive case for effective psycho-educational theory, research, and practice that address learners with special needs. Twenty-seven chapters by experts in the field are structured into three parts on diverse special needs categories, perspectives from major educational psychology theories, and constructs relevant to special needs learning, development, and knowledge building.

Author : Jeremy Swinson
Genre : Psychology
Publisher : Routledge
ISBN : 9781134818884
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Educational psychologists can play a fundamental and inspiring role in people’s lives. A vibrant and expanding profession, educational psychology is becoming more influential in the lives of children and in its influence in government policy. But how do you qualify, and what is being an educational psychologist really like? How to Become an Educational Psychologist is the first book to provide a clear, practical guide to the pathway to qualifying as an educational psychologist. Written by two educational psychologists with a wealth of experience in both education and training, and incorporating testimonials from trainees, trainers, and qualified educational psychologists, it explains every step of the journey, including advice on a suitable degree course, making the most of a training placement, how to prepare for the job interview, and the challenges of making the transition from training to qualification. Written for anyone from current students to those interested in a change of career, How to Become an Educational Psychologist is the perfect companion for anyone interested in this varied, rewarding, and popular profession.