Teaching assistants need to have a particular understanding of how childrenas minds work and this book provides it. It outlines the psychology of human development, the psychology of learning and the psychology of institutions and groups, emphasizing multiple perspectives and contextualizing the information in the current debates and practices of special education and inclusion. In the sections on development and learning, particular attention is devoted to language development the emotional impact of loss, including discovering disability in a child the psychological effects of abuse cognitive curricula learning empowerment through independence The section on institutions and groups looks particularly at processes in groups leadership models interpersonal communication violence, aggression and bullying emancipatory psychology.The organisation of instruction ac The design of instruction ac The delivery of instruction The learning hierarchy The learning hierarchy was proposed by Haring, Lovitt, Eaton and Hansen in 1978. It has been included in the instructional ... We probably have to think carefully about what to do at each stage of driving: for example, when to depress the clutch and change gear. We are able to coordinate all theanbsp;...
|Title||:||Psychology for Teaching Assistants|
|Author||:||Christopher Arnold, Jane Yeomans|
|Publisher||:||Trentham Books - 2005|