Sections: S2 - Educational Psychology (Summer 2019 PSYC-202-B60)

Psychology 202-B60 S2 - Educational Psychology
This course is designed to introduce psychological principles applied to teaching and learning. Learning, development, and motivation theory, along with learning processes, intellectual functioning, and educational achievement are examined. The learning environment, instructional planning, classroom management, and assessment are explored. Student diversity and learners with exceptionalities are also discussed, along with the contributions of educational research in today's changing classrooms. Students must conduct a minimum of five hours of observation in an educationally focused setting and reflect upon their experiences.

Section Name: PSYC-202-B60
Departments: Psychology
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Academic Level: Undergraduate
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Credits: 3
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