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Educational Psychology Resource

Methods of Teaching Educational Psychology by T. Shankar (2007). 1st ed. Publisher: Crescent Publishing Corporation\\ Language: English
ISBN: 8183420613
Educational psychology is the study of how humans learn in educational settings, the effectiveness of educational interventions, the psychology of teaching, and the social psychology of schools as organisations. The twenty first century marks a critical time for education and educational psychology faculty. Current standards for teacher certifications and suggestions for reform in teacher education assume that teachers will have a deep and generative understanding of learning, development, motivation, and individual differences. This thoughtful book provides a comprehensive account of the methods and strategies of teaching educational psychology. It is designed for a variety of audience including pre-service and in-service teachers, administrators, policy-makers, researchers, students, parctitioners in educational psychology and the public.

Methods of Teaching Educational Psychology by Digumarti Bhaskara Rao D. Rita Suguna Sundari M. Alice Raj Kumari (2004). 1st ed. Publisher: Discovery Publishing House. Language: English ISBN: 8171418201

Educational Psychology: Effective Teaching, Effective Learning by Elliott, Kratochwill, Littlefield Cook & Travers

Online Videos

Video 1: Educational Psychology and Fundamental Principles of Learning

Video 2: Cognitive Development and Learning

Video 3: Psychological and Moral Growth and the Learning Process

Video 4: Classroom Strategies Responsive to Diverse Students and Reflecting Diverse Backgrounds

Video 5: Diversity in Today's Schools

Video 6: Teaching and Technology

Video 7: Learning Theories and Practice

Video 8: Examining Multiple Viewpoints and Broadening Learners' Perspectives

Video 9: Motivation in the Classroom

Video 10: Classroom Management, Discipline, and Related Topics

Video 11: Student Assessment and Testing

Video 12: Equality or Inequality of Opportunity? Realizing One's Full Learning Potential

Video 13: Building on Students' Prior Knowledge and Culture

Kelvin Seifert

Kelvin Seifert has taught educational psychology at the University of Manitoba, Canada, for about 35 years, and authored textbooks about educational and developmental psychology.

At his web page Kelvin Seifert assembled and edited Resources for Teaching Educational Psychology