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Psychology for educators

By: Vialle, Wilma
Title By: Lysaght, Pauline | Verenikina, Irina
Publisher: Southbank, Vic. : Thomson Learning, 2005.Description: ix, 269 p. : ill. ; 25 cm.ISBN: 9780170122122Program: EDGX901Subject(s): Child development | Child psychology | Educational psychology | Developmental psychology | Educational psychology (Australia)DDC classification: 370.15 VI PS
Summary:
This book is aimed at undergraduate students in education and focuses on aspects of student thinking and learning. The emphasis is on providing a readable text that explores the relationships among theory, research and practice for future educators. All authors from University of Wollongong, NSW.
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Includes bibliography (p. 237-259 ) and index.

Pt. I. Views on learning.
ch. 1. Behaviourist approaches to learning
ch. 2. The cognitive-developmental view: Piaget
ch. 3. The socio-cultural view: Vygotsky
ch. 4. The information processing approach
Pt. 2. Understanding individuals
ch. 5. Intelligence
ch. 6. Creativity
ch. 7. Motivation
ch. 8. The emotional world of the learner
ch. 9. The spiritual world of the learner
Postscript: Developing a personal philosophy of teaching.

This book is aimed at undergraduate students in education and focuses on aspects of student thinking and learning. The emphasis is on providing a readable text that explores the relationships among theory, research and practice for future educators. All authors from University of Wollongong, NSW.

EDGX901

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