Psychology Applied To Teaching

Paperback | March 23, 1999

byRobert Biehler, Jack Snowman, Miranda D'amico

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The first applied text in the Educational Psychology market, Biehler and Snowman's text has now been thoroughly adapted for the Canadian market. This new edition incorporates relevant Canadian research, reflects the fact that education is a provincial matter in Canada, and recognizes regional and linguistic differences where appropriate.

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The first applied text in the Educational Psychology market, Biehler and Snowman's text has now been thoroughly adapted for the Canadian market. This new edition incorporates relevant Canadian research, reflects the fact that education is a provincial matter in Canada, and recognizes regional and linguistic differences where appropriat...

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Format:PaperbackDimensions:650 pages, 9.9 × 8.5 × 1.1 inPublished:March 23, 1999Publisher:Nelson College IndigenousLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:0176073604

ISBN - 13:9780176073602

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PART IAPPLYING PSYCHOLOGY TO TEACHINGChapter 1: Applying Psychology to TeachingChapter 2: Stage Theories of DevelopmentChapter 3: Age-Level CharacteristicsChapter 4: Assessing Student VariabilityChapter 5: Dealing with Student VariabilityChapter 6: Understanding Cultural DiversityPART IISPECIFYING WHAT IS TO BE LEARNEDChapter 7: Devising and Using ObjectivesPART IIIUNDERSTANDING LEARNING AND GIVING INSTRUCTIONChapter 8: Behavioural and Social Learning TheoriesChapter 9: Information-Processing TheoryChapter 10: Cognitive Learning Theories and Problem SolvingChapter 11: MotivationChapter 12: Assessment of Classroom LearningChapter 13: Classroom ManagementChapter 14: Becoming a Better Teacher by Becoming a Reflective Teacher