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Educational Psychology: An Application of Critical Constructivism (Counterpoints) epub

by Greg S. Goodman


Educational Psychology: An Application of Critical Constructivism (Counterpoints) epub

ISBN: 1433101114

ISBN13: 978-1433101113

Author: Greg S. Goodman

Category: Other

Subcategory: Social Sciences

Language: English

Publisher: Peter Lang Inc., International Academic Publishers; New edition edition (January 7, 2008)

Pages: 280 pages

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ISBN-13: 978-1433101120. Challenging the dominant discourse in educational psychology, this new work draws upon critical constructivist approaches to a discipline that has for too long been held hostage by a mismeasured assessment schema and its attendant technocratic rationality.

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oceedings{alP, title {Educational psychology : an application of critical constructivism}, author {Greg S. Goodman}, year {2008} }. Greg S. Goodman. Critical constructivist pedagogy considers social justice and the freedom of students to learn as the most important aspects of the teacher's work in the classroom. Educational Psychology: An Application of Critical Constructivism is a clarion call for pre-service teachers to identify their students' needs and apply critical constructivist pedagogy to facilitate their learning.

In psychology, constructivism refers to many schools of thought that, though extraordinarily different in their techniques (applied in fields such as education and psychotherapy), are all connected by a common critique of previous standard approaches.

Educational Psychology: An Application of Critical Constructivism is a clarion call for pre-service teachers to identify their students’ needs and apply critical constructivist pedagogy to facilitate their learning. ISBN: 978-1-4331-0111-3.

Critical constructivist pedagogy considers social justice and the freedom of students to learn as the most important aspects of the teacher's work in the classroom.

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New York: P. Lang, c2008. xx, 280 p. Florence, Namulundah. Bell Hooks' engaged pedagogy: a transgressive education for critical consciousness. Clevedon; Buffalo : Multilingual Matters, c2002. xiv, 296 p. Gupta, Amita.

Goodman, Greg S. (e. Educational Psychology Reader The Art and Science of. .Educational Psychology: Critical Pedagogical Perspectives. Educational Psychology Reader The Art and Science of How People Learn New York, Bern, Berlin, Bruxelles, Frankfurt am Main, Oxford, Wien, 2010. XVIII, 725 p. num. ill. Teachers - Joanne Washington: Toward a Psychology of Communication: Effects of Culture and Media in the Classroom - Henry Brzycki: The Self in Teaching and Learning - Cathleen Ruble: Annotated Educational Psychology Bibliography.

Counterpoints publishes the most compelling and imaginative books being written in education today. Educational Psychology: An Application of Critical Constructivism 2008 pp. i-xx, 1-280. Grounded on the theoretical advances in criticalism, feminism and postmodernism in the last two decades of the twentieth century, Counterpoints engages the meaning of these innovations in various forms of educational expression. Critical Literacy as Resistance: Teaching for Social Justice Across the Secondary Curriculum 2008 pp. i-xiii, 1-234.

Critical constructivist pedagogy considers social justice and the freedom of students to learn as the most important aspects of the teacher’s work in the classroom. Educational Psychology: An Application of Critical Constructivism is a clarion call for pre-service teachers to identify their students’ needs and apply critical constructivist pedagogy to facilitate their learning. Collectively, these essays emphasize the need for pre-service teachers to consider their role as fundamental to the development of their students’ leadership, and awareness of social justice and equality in education as critical for a healthier and saner world.