EDUC 021. Educational Psychology

(Cross-listed as PSYC 021 )
This course focuses on issues in learning and development that have particular relevance to understanding student thinking. Research on student learning and motivation provides the core readings for the course, which is run in a discussion-based, workshop like format. As part of the course, students collaborate with teachers of public school students in integrated classrooms on research questions. This experience also provides an introduction to the use of qualitative and quantitative method, their data reduction, and interpretation. This course is required for students pursuing special majors in psychology and educational studies, and for all students pursuing teacher certification.
Social sciences.
1 credit.
Eligible for CBL
Fall 2017. Renninger.
Fall 2018. Renninger.
Fall 2019. Renninger.
Catalog chapter: Educational Studies  
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