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Santrock’s Educational Psychology puts educational theory into application, making connections between chapter concepts and the real-life experiences of teachers across all grade-levels. The author provides students with dozens of strategies for the classroom and anecdotes from practitioners on key topics. Santrock’s hallmark Learning System organizes the content into learning goals, mini-chapter maps that layout each section, and a chapter-ending case study that gives students the opportunity to reflect and think critically about the things they have learned.
CHAPTER 1: Educational Psychology: A Tool for Effective Teaching
CHAPTER 2: Cognitive and Language Development
CHAPTER 3: Social Contexts and Socioemotional Development
CHAPTER 4: Individual Variations
CHAPTER 5: Sociocultural Diversity
CHAPTER 6: Learners who are Exceptional
CHAPTER 7: Behavioral and Social Cognitive Approaches
CHAPTER 8: The Information-Processing Approach
CHAPTER 9: Complex Cognitive Processes
CHAPTER 10: Social Constructivist Approaches
CHAPTER 11: Learning and Cognition in the Content Areas
CHAPTER 12: Planning, Instruction, and Technology
CHAPTER 13: Motivation, Teaching, and Learning
CHAPTER 14: Managing the Classroom
CHAPTER 15: Standardized Tests and Teaching
CHAPTER 16: Classroom Assessment and Grading
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