Explorations in Learning & Instruction: The Theory Into Practice Database Welcome to the Theory Into Practice (TIP) database! (Click here for video intro - requires RealMedia) TIP is a tool intended to make learning and instructional theory more accessible to educators. The database contains brief summaries of 50 major theories of learning and instruction. These theories can also be accessed by ...
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The faculty believes that learning and education are lifelong processes and psychological theory and knowledge may be used to enhance these processes. The foundation of an individual's education is laid during the formal educational process which takes place in kindergarten through the twelfth grade. However, an individual's education continues to flourish lifelong through higher education and adult education endeavors.
EDUCATIONAL PSYCHOLOGY INTERACTIVE Readings in Educational Psychology Developed by: William G. Huitt Last updated: June 2002 Return to: | Courses | Home | Introduction to Education and Educational Psychology Anonymous. (2001). History 101. World Magazine, 16(16), 8-18. Arcilla, R. (1994). How can the misanthrope learn (Philosophy of Education Yearbook). Urbana-Champaigne, IL: Philosophy of ...
The Department of Educational Psychology and Special Education provides a variety of professional opportunities for students committed to the individual as a learner. The department includes graduate programs in behavior and learning disabilities, communication disorders, educational psychology, and multiple and severe disabilities.
Hosts an online Psychoeducational Resource Center.
Jerome M. Sattler Publisher, publishes books on assessment of children, intelligence testing, behavioral assessment, interviewing, behavioral observation, clinical assessment, forensic interviewing, disabled children, and child abuse.
Division 15 - Educational Psychology provides a collegial environment for psychologists with interest in research, teaching, or practice in educational settings at all levels to present and publish papers about their work. Division members' work is concerned with theory, methodology, and applications to a broad spectrum of teaching, training, and learning issues.
This website was created to be an online instructional resource for students and faculty in educational and school psychology courses. It has a tutorial about searching ERIC on-line, references about how to use the Mental Measurements Yearbook, a discussion board, bibliograpy of print resources, syllabi collections, class handouts and assignments, as well as links to many topics relevant to OhioLINK and Internet resources.
Telling the Stories of Educational Psychology David C. Berliner College of Education Arizona State University In addition to understanding, prediction, and control, the goal of educational psychology is to influence practice. This requires attention to the fact that people have a preference for stories, meaningful narratives about other people and the problems that they face in every day life.