Part of the series Oxford University Press - Teacher Education.
Teaching, Learning and Psychology introduces pre-service teachers to the key concepts and theories in fostering positive learning experiences. It caters to those who plan to work with children and adolescents and explores techniques in how to promote well-being in the classroom. This book begins by developing an understanding of cognitive and non-cognitive functions before exploring the role this plays in the holistic development of a child’s sense of self and personality.
Teaching, Learning and Psychology is a comprehensive, up-to-date text that covers a wide range of contemporary psychological issues while also focusing on new research and practical directions for advancement in education.
- Learning outcomes at the start of each chapter explain the objectives or goals students can expect to cover in the chapter
- Practical case studies relating to a school experience allow students to connect theory to practice
- Research case studies highlight the research undertaken about the topic discussed
- Student-centred, practical activities are included throughout
- Pause and reflect questions ask students to consider what they have learnt and how this could affect certain situations
- Teaching ‘tools’ and classroom-based activities are included to provide suggestions for teaching
- Chapter summary and revision questions at the end of each chapter.
|Publisher||Oxford University Press|
|Product Type||Teacher Resources,|
|Author(s)||Huy P. Phan, Bing H. Ngu|
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