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|APA Educational Psychology Handbook, Vol. 3: Application to Learning and Teaching|
Addresses five basic concerns: the application of educational psychology across the life span, assessment and instructional decision making, teaching core skills and content, general methods of instruction, and teaching special populations. The most prominent emphasis is the identification of effective educational practices. Also emphasizes the theoretical orientations underlying each period of development, core skill or content area, and instructional method. Although many of the theories that are examined in Volume 1 reappear in the chapters in Volume 3, they are now contextualized in a specific field of study.
Available through APA PsycNET.
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|Research Guides:||Education / Kinesiology / Health Promotion, Psychology|