The Psychology of Effective Learning and Teaching
Highly accessible and contemporary, this text covers a range of issues that most concern a new teacher. It focuses on the psychology of teaching and learning, and applys up-to-date and traditional theory relevant to all learning environments from Primary through to Higher Education.
- Highly accessible and contemporary covering newer modular theories and their implications for learning styles, and areas such as metacognition.
- Focuses on the aspects of psychology that teachers actually need in order to teach - relates relevant theory to actual practice.
- Genuinely about the psychology of teaching and learning rather than just an introductory psychology text.
- Applicable to Primary, Secondary and Tertiary with examples throughout.
|Level:||Higher Education Degree 1st Year Undergraduate|