Educational Psychology for Learning and Teaching explores the development of the learner over time, the learning process, individual differences in the classroom, as well as educational psychology in contemporary classrooms. The text caters for those who are planning to work with any age range from early childhood to adolescence and beyond. This seventh edition expands on Dynamic Systems Theory, the Information Processing Model and critical thinking around standardised testing. You will be presented with multiple views of learning, rather than just one, prompting you to think critically and develop your own philosophy of learning and teaching, while also drawing on the various theories.
1. Educational psychology for learning and teaching
MODULE 1: The learner developing over time
2. Emerging skills
3. Cognitive development
4. Social, emotional and moral development
MODULE 2: The learning process
5. Behavioural views of learning
6. Cognitive explanations of learning
7. Humanist approaches to learning
MODULE 3: Individual difference in the inclusive classroom
8. Motivation and engagement
9. Intelligence and creativity
10. Learning support needs and inclusive education
11. Sociocultural factors in the learning process
MODULE 4: Educational psychology in contemporary classrooms
12. Information and communication technology (ICT) in learning and teaching
13. Assessment and reporting
14. Creating a positive classroom
Dr Anne McMaugh is Lecturer in the School of Education at Macquarie University. Anne teaches in child development, educational psychology, education and pedagogy, with a focus on childhood social development. Her research interests encompass child and adolescent education and development, with a special interest in developmental and educational experiences of children with disability and chronic health conditions.
Dr Erin Mackenzie is a Lecturer in the School of Education at Western Sydney University. She has experience teaching in secondary schools and university settings, and lectures in educational psychology, secondary science pedagogy, and STEM education. Erin’s research interests include adolescent online interactions, coping, and the role of psychological and social factors in adolescent girls’ participation in STEM.
Dr Sue Duchesne is a Lecturer in the School of Education at the University of Wollongong and coordinates the teacher education programs at the University of Wollongong's Bega Campus. She has experience teaching in primary and secondary schools, as well as in the tertiary sector, and currently lectures in educational psychology, child development and pedagogy.
MindTap for Educational Psychology offers students a learning path built on a foundation of learning science that supports strong pedagogy. This edition's MindTap will include valuable local classroom videos
Expanded coverage of critical areas of teaching and learning including inquiry-based learning approaches (Ch 6), and ICT use in teaching and learning (Ch 12)
New sections on teaching creativity (Ch 9), gender identity and STEM (Ch 11), and cognitive theory of multimedia learning (Ch 12)
New cross-references to related content to reduce repetition and improve student navigation through the content
Students gain an understanding of how key concepts are connected across all chapters in the module by viewing the module-opening concept map
Core questions introduce key themes in the module and give an overview of how the chapters in the module relate to each other. At the end of each module, the 'Putting it together' section demonstrates how the key theories in the module answer the core question through a summary and module table
Readers identify the key concepts they will engage with through the key questions at the start of each chapter
The scenario at the beginning of each chapter and in-depth case studies help students gain an insight into how educational psychology theories relate to Australian and New Zealand classroom settings
Students examine important and current research in teaching and learning in specific studies highlighted in the 'Research links' boxes
'Implications for educators' boxes contain learning and teaching examples that students use to consider the implications of theory on classroom practitioners
Readers connect theory to practice via examples of research or applications of theory in classroom settings in the 'Classroom links' boxes
'Think about ...' panels encourage students to reflect critically on important concepts and their beliefs about the processes of learning and teaching as they progress through each chapter
The visual 'Putting it together' section illustrates the ways that material in each chapter is related to other chapters
Test student knowledge and consolidate learning through the questions and activities for self-assessment and discussion
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