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Educational Psychology Reader

The Art and Science of How People Learn - Revised Edition

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Edited By Greg S. Goodman

The revised edition of Educational Psychology Reader: The Art and Science of How People Learn presents an exciting amalgam of educational psychology’s research-based reflections framed in twenty-first century critical educational psychology. As a discipline, educational psychology is reinventing itself from its early and almost exclusive identification with psychometrics and taxonomy-styled classifications to a dynamic and multicultural collage of conversations concerning language acquisition, socially mediated learning, diverse learning modalities, motivation, the affective domain, brain-based learning, the role of ecology in increasing achievement, and many other complementary dimensions of how people learn. Many polymaths of the discipline are included in this volume, providing daunting evidence of the range and intellectual rigor of educational psychology at this historical juncture. Featuring a collection of renowned international authors, this text will appeal to scholars across the globe. The Educational Psychology Reader is an ideal choice as either the primary or supplemental text for both undergraduate and graduate level educational psychology courses.

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a_toc and acknowl_EdPsychReader_2013 11/12/2013 10:37 AM Page xi Chapter 44. Assessment by Karen T. Carey. Chapter 49. Toward Psychology of Communication: Effects of Culture and Media in the Classroom by Joanne Washington. Educational Psychology: Disrupting the Dominant Discourse by Suzanne Gallagher (2003): Chapter 37. Disciplining the Discipline by Suzanne Gallagher. No Education Without Relation, C. Bingham and A.M. Sidorkin, Eds. (2004) Chapter 31. Personal and Social Relations in Education by Barbara J. Thayer-Bacon. Chapter 32. Relations Are Difficult by Cris Mayo. Jean Piaget: Primer by D. Jardine (2006) Chapter 9. On the Origins of Constructivism: The Kantian Ancestry of Jean Piaget’s Genetic Epistemology by D. Jardine. Chapter 10. Jean Piaget and the Origins of Intelligence: A Return to “Life Itself ” by D. Jardine. 19 Urban Questions by S. Steinberg, Ed. Second edition (2010) Chapter 42. Urban Dropouts: Why Persist by G.S. Goodman & A.A. Hilton. Self-Regulated Learning by Stephen Vassallo (2013) Chapter 3. Critical Educational Psychology. Chapter 34. Self-regulated Learning. Teach for America by Katherine Crawford-Garrett Chapter 44. Infinite Jurisdiction. Mirrors of the Mind by Noriyuki Inoue (2012) Chapter 50. Social and Personal development. Paradigm Publishers for permission to reprint from Sonia Nieto’s Dear Paulo: Letters from Those Who Dare Teach (Boulder, CO: Paradigm Publishers 2008). Chapter 12. To Study Is a Revolutionary Duty by Jeff Duncan-Andrade (pp. 154–163). Chapter 13. Eating, Talking, and Acting: The Magic of Freire by Herb Kohl (pp. 115—119). Thank you to Charlie Finn for permission to quote these lines...

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