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TEACHING, LEARNING AND PSYCHOLOGY.

Author: HUY P & NGU BING PHAN
Publisher: [Place of publication not identified], OXFORD University Press, 2018.
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Teaching, Learning and Psychology offers comprehensive coverage of contemporary psychological issues and new directions in education. With its focus on the non-deficit nature of human behaviours and  Read more...

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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: HUY P & NGU BING PHAN
ISBN: 0190305525 9780190305529
OCLC Number: 1043181693
Description: 1 volume : illustrations ; 25 cm
Contents: Machine generated contents note: Introduction: Teaching, Learning and Psychology --
Topical themes of the book --
Structure of the book --
Introduction: A brief account of education, learning, human behaviour and personality --
Jean-Jacques Rousseau --
Herbert Spencer --
John Dewey --
Jean Piaget --
Lev Vygotsky --
Sigmund Freud --
Erik Erikson --
Carl Rogers --
Introduction: Understanding the lifespan, 0-16 years --
Understanding development --
Brain development and neuroscience --
Importance of neuroscience in education --
Physical development and motor skills --
Cognitive development --
Introduction: Other facets of development --
Moral development: Understanding and reasoning --
Social development: Identity, friendship and social relationship --
Importance of emotional functioning --
General principles and contemporary issues of development --
Introduction to the self, personality and attachment --
The self --
The self and identities --
Personality Note continued: Personality in school contexts --
Introduction to different theories of learning --
Behavioural views of learning --
Cognitive development: The work of Jean Piaget --
Cognitive development: The work of Jerome S. Bruner --
Information-processing theory --
Introduction to individual differences --
Nature of individual differences --
What is intelligence? --
Importance of creativity --
Self-regulated learning and academic performance --
Reflective thinking practice --
Introduction to student motivation --
Motivation: Intrinsic versus extrinsic --
Theories of motivation --
Self-systems: self-concept, self-efficacy and self-esteem --
Academic buoyancy and resilience --
Self-determination theory --
Expectancy-value theory --
Achievement goal theory --
Future time perspectives --
Attributions for academic success and failure --
Student approaches to learning: Queries, insights and development Note continued: Introduction to cognitive load theory and human cognitive architecture --
Five information-processing principles --
Categories of cognitive load and element interactivity --
Intrinsic cognitive load --
Germane cognitive load and element interactivity --
Extraneous cognitive load and element interactivity --
Measuring cognitive load --
Introduction: Pedagogical practices for effective learning --
Goal-free effect and worked-example effect --
Split-attention effect, modality effect, redundancy effect and multimedia learning --
Expertise reversal effect and element interactivity effect --
Effective instructional approaches to achieve optimal best --
Importance of constructive alignment --
Introduction: Positive psychology --
Positive psychology: What does this mean? --
Personal flourishing --
Mindfulness for personal enrichment --
Optimism and hope --
Psychology in the school --
School belonging --
Importance of holistic education Note continued: Social relationships and school support --
Play and physical activities: Leisure and recreational purposes --
Impact of ICT --
Introduction: Families, communities and social support --
Individualism and collectivism --
Importance of sociocultural influences --
Ethological and evolutionary viewpoints --
Ecological systems viewpoints --
Attachment: Historical viewpoints --
Attachment: Family, school and community --
Introduction to personal well-being --
What is personal well-being? --
Multifaceted nature of personal well-being --
Best practice, achievement bests and optimised functioning --
Technologies and well-being --
Introduction to student engagement, identity and social support --
Importance of engagement --
Identity and gender formation --
Cultural and socioeconomic diversity, and the disadvantaged --
Introduction to teacher well-being experiences --
The teaching profession --
Importance of teacher subjective well-being Note continued: Importance of teacher self-efficacy --
Coaching, mentoring and professional growth --
The community.

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