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Classroom Learning

Knowing more about educational psychology and the different instructional strategies out there can help you work with your child's teacher to provide a better, more tailored learning environment. Read on for comprehensive descriptions of classroom teaching techniques, educational theories, instructional strategies and classroom management strategies.

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  • 181.

    Piaget, Jean 1896-1980

    PIAGET'S CONTRIBUTION TO THE PSYCHOLOGY OF CLASSROOM LEARNING Jean Piaget was born in 1896 in Neuchâtel, Switzerland,...

    Source: The Gale Group
  • 182.

    Moral Education

    History of Moral Education, Newer Approaches, Every society is concerned about fostering moral character in children and...

    Source: The Gale Group
  • 183.

    School Belonging

    Consquences of Feeling a Sense of Belonging, Factors That Contribute to the Sense of Belonging, Implications for...

    Source: The Gale Group
  • 184.

    Caring Teachers

    Caring Guides Teacher Engagement, Caring as a Professional Disposition, Caring as a Quality Students Perceive in a...

    Source: The Gale Group
  • 185.

    Communication with Parents to Enhance Learning

    A Framework for Partnerships, Outside Assistance for School-to-Parent Communication, Audience Awareness for...

    Source: The Gale Group
  • 186.

    School Climate

    Assessment of Classroom and School Climate, Significance of School Climate for Students' Learning and Development,...

    Source: The Gale Group
  • 187.

    Ethnic Identity and Academic Achievement

    Ethnic Identity: Definition and Significance, Ethnic Identity During Adolescence, Ethnic Identity and Ethnic Minority...

    Source: The Gale Group
  • 188.

    Class Size

    Class Size and Academic Achievement, Possible Effects of Class Size on Teachers and Pupils, Implications for Policy and...

    Source: The Gale Group