by Daniel Starch
Publisher: MacMillan 1926
Number of pages: 506
The preparation of this book has been carried out according to two fundamental purposes: First, to present that material which seems to be most useful and relevant to the problems of educational psychology; and second, to maintain a strictly experimental, scientific viewpoint in discussing these problems.
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by Edward L. Thorndike - Teachers college
The book provides students in advanced courses in educational psychology with material which they would otherwise have to get from lectures at great cost of time. The author applies to a number of educational problems the methods of exact science.
by Kelvin Seifert, at al. - Wikibooks
This Wikibook is about educational psychology -- the study of how learning and teaching occur in educational settings. Each chapter is dealing with topics, themes, and examples that represent one way of understanding educational psychology.
by Kelvin Seifert, Rosemary Sutton - Global Text Project
As a teacher, you will be able to do this by laying groundwork for lifelong learning. You will not teach any one student forever, but you will often work with them long enough to convey a crucial message: that there is much in life to learn.
by M. Asch - Sarup & Sons
Education has benefited much from educational psychology, without whose contributions education would have remained just a philosophy. Education psychology helps in understanding the behaviour of the learners and teachers.