Deborah Elaine Mccutchen
Systematic examination of current research about human learning in educational settings, including the study of behavioral, information processing, social construction, and the developmental perspectives on learning. Offered: AWSpS.
Students become familiar with infuential learning theories and how they apply to classroom practice.
Student learning goals
General method of instruction
Instructor facilitated discussion of assigned readings.
501 is the foundational course in Educational Psychology. Graduate standing is required. Advanced undergraduates may inquire with instructor.
Class assignments and grading
Reading articles and/or book chapters, writing 2-3 short reflection papers and one term project.
Class participation and written assignments.