PSYC230G - Educational Psychology
This course reviews the application of psychological principles to the educational environment. Theories of cognitive processes and development, learning, and social and moral development are discussed as they apply to learning and teaching. Issues involving assessment, classroom management, individual differences, and socioeconomic and developmental influences on learning are also presented. Application of theoretical perspectives to classroom teaching will be emphasized.
Prerequisite: PSYC110G. (Fulfills Social Science requirement.)