Educational Psychology for Learning and Teaching adopts a developmental perspective to examine key concepts and issues in educational psychology, catering for those who are planning to work with any age range from early childhood to adolescence and beyond. This wholly Australasian text broadly covers the key theories and concepts in educational psychology in a clear, student-friendly style.
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Educational Psychology for Learning and Teaching is written for education students by experienced and renowned practitioners with backgrounds in teaching, educational psychology and child development. It successfully links theory to practice through the inclusion of case studies, reviews of research on best practice and classroom application activities.