Psychology In Learning And Instruction

Psychology In Learning And Instruction

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This book introduces future educators and researchers to several different psychological perspectives and uses these perspectives to introduce key issues such as knowledge acquisition and transfer, strategic process, and student motivation. As an editor and reviewer of the top journals in the field, the author is able to present the latest research in language that is accessible and understandable. Unlike other books that are organized around theoretical topics valued by psychologists, it is organized around education problems and issues deemed important by educators.Poor: The quality of multiple-choice questions can be improved by a. eliminating clues in the stem b. easy-to-spot distracters ... If Gregg Ponitch were to include the following item on one of his social studies exams, his students would probably not ... The models Alexander et al. followed in creating human biology/ human immunology tests for sixth graders and for high SCl100la‚nla#39;S are shown in Figure 14-4.

Title:Psychology In Learning And Instruction
Author:Patricia A. Alexander
Publisher:Prentice Hall - 2005-04


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