Psychology In Learning And Instruction

Psychology In Learning And Instruction

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This book introduces future educators and researchers to several different psychological perspectives and uses these perspectives to introduce key issues such as knowledge acquisition and transfer, strategic process, and student motivation. As an editor and reviewer of the top journals in the field, the author is able to present the latest research in language that is accessible and understandable. Unlike other books that are organized around theoretical topics valued by psychologists, it is organized around education problems and issues deemed important by educators.Last Monday I arrived at school to help our French teacher, Diane Lemmonier, set up the projector and the Smart Board so her students could work with the interactive compact disc that comes with their textbook. The students love using theanbsp;...

Title:Psychology In Learning And Instruction
Author:Patricia A. Alexander
Publisher:Prentice Hall - 2005-04


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