4 edition of Educational psychology found in the catalog.
Tuntufye S. Mwamwenda
Includes bibliographical references (p. 505-523) and index.
|Statement||Tuntufye S. Mwamwenda.|
|LC Classifications||LB1051 .M837 2004|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xiv, 530 p. :|
|Number of Pages||530|
|LC Control Number||2004448202|
Four trends have affected the way that these satisfactions are experienced by classroom teachers: 1 increased diversity of students, 2 the spread of instructional technology in schools and classrooms, 3 increased expectations for accountability in education, and 4 the development of increased professionalism among teachers. Study guide for Principles of Learning and Teaching, 2nd edition. United States Government Printing Office. Federal Registry.
Module 1: The Changing Teaching Profession and You Search for: Chapter Summary Teaching in the twenty-first century offers a number of satisfactions—witnessing and assisting the growth of young people, lifelong learning, the challenge and excitement of designing effective instruction. To understand the characteristics of learners in childhoodadolescenceadulthoodand old ageeducational psychology develops and applies theories of human development. Above all, it focuses on the importance of breaking away from previous teaching methods in order to achieve true learning. Educational Testing Service. John W.
By understanding how children think at different stages of development, educational psychologists can better understand what children are capable of at each point of their growth. This can help educators create instructional methods and materials best aimed at certain age groups. Study guide for Principles of Learning and Teaching, 2nd edition. Ultimately, by following the advice given with the book, you can learn to make better decisions towards your health, wealth and happiness. Neil, M.
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