Educational Psychology, 8th Edition
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Educational Psychology emphasizes the application of theory to real classroom practice, making connections among chapter concepts, relevant scholarship, and rich vignettes of the real-life experiences of teachers across all grade-levels. Santrock’s hallmark Learning System organizes the content into manageable chunks under learning goals, supported by mini-chapter maps that lay out each section, and reinforced by chapter-ending case studies that give students the opportunity to reflect on and synthesize what they have learned.
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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