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Focused on the “big ideas” of educational psychology, Essentials of Educational Psychology presents the core concepts and research-based strategies that are most directly applicable to teaching and learning. Full of classroom applications and strategies for planning and carrying out instruction, assessment, and classroom management, this unique text helps readers understand how to facilitate learning as teachers. This title is offered as an Enhanced Pearson eText and provides a rich, interactive learning experience with embedded video, video analysis exercises, interactive learning modules, classroom simulations, licensure examination preparation exercises, and assessments.
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–Kym Buchanan, University of Wisconsin, Stevens Point
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