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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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