PSYCHOLOGY OF EDUCATION

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PSYCHOLOGY OF EDUCATION
  1. composed by
    1. LESSON 1.Intrroduction to educational psychology
      1. Treating with
        1. Authors(Fredrich Herbart, Froebel,Aritoteles, William James, etc) and their conribution to psichology of education. Main approaches in Educational Psy: humanist, Gestalt Psy, Ecological approach, Behaviourism, cognitive approach What makes an effective teacher: Professional knowledge and skills, Commintment, motivation and caring, etc Research in educational psychology: The scientific knowledge, sistematic,organized and objetive researchs
      2. CHAPTER 1.EDUCATIONAL PSYCHOLOGY: A TOOL FOR EFFECTIVE TEACHNG
        1. Treating with
          1. -Exploring educational psychology: Historical background: William James, John Dewey, E.L Thorndike, Diversity and early educational psychology, the behavioural approach, the cognitive revolution. -Teaching art and science and Effective Teaching :Professional Knowledge and Skills (Subject,Matter Competence, instructional strategies, thinking skills, commintment, motivation and caring, among other skills. -Research in educational psychology: why research is important, research methods (descriptive, correlational and experimental) , program evaluation research, action research and the teacher.as.researcher and quantitative and qualitative research.
        2. LESSON 2, LEARNING THEORIES
          1. With
            1. 1.The behaviuorist approach:1.1: classical conditioning: basic concepts, process and procedure, factors that can affect conditioning process, principles of clasical conditioning, applications to education. 1.2:OPERANT CONDITIONING: Thorndike and the law of effect, B.F Skinner: a pioner in operant conditioning, the process of operant conditioning, reinforcement: types and schedules, behaviour modification, Skinner and education, programmed instruction, Plan Keller. 1.3. SOCIAL LEARNING: ALBERT BANDURA 2. COGNITIVISM 2.1. ROOTS: Gestal theory, Piaget´s Theory and Vigotsky´s Theory. 2.2. BRUNER AND LEARNING BY DISCOVERING: prinnciples and Discovery learning. 2.3. AUSUBEL: THE THEORY OF MEANINGFUL LEARNING: Rote learning and meaninful learning, receptive learning and Discovery learning, cognitive structure, learning processes, inputs to learning and so on.
              1. and
                1. LEARNING I AND II
                  1. treating with
                    1. Concept of learning from different perspectives (Kimble, Gagné, Domjan y Burkhard, Good y Brophy…), non scientific theories about learning (learning as a formal discipline, learning as natural development, learning as perception), scientific theories about learning. Conductism: Classical conditioning (concepts as: neutral stimulus,unconditionated stimulus, conditioned reponse, etc; Mechanism of classical conditioning…), Operant conditioning (Mechanisms: Positive reinforcement, negative reinforcement and punishment), Application of behaviourism principles to teaching (Behaviour Modification, applications of operant conditioning to teaching, programmed teaching), and Social Learning (vicarius)
          2. LESSON 3.. INTELLIGENCE AND CREATIVITY.
            1. working with
              1. What intelligence is, aspects such as its Structure (Psychometrical and Cognitive approach, Sperarman, Thurstone, Guildford, etc) Testing aspects to measure intelligence, authors as Stenberg and Gardner and cognitive approach to intelligence…and the concept of Creativity, and aspects as Theories about it, if it can be tested or how to Foster creativity. DEVELOPING YOUNG CHILDREN CREATIVITY.Treating with aspects as Creativity in Young children, its develpment, education influence, etc EMOTIONAL INTELLIGENCE. Whith aspects such as its definition, how it is measured and research findings.
            2. CHAPTER 4(INDIVIDUALS VARIATIONS) AND LESSON 4(LEARNING STRATEGIES)
              1. Working with
                1. INTELLIGENCE. Definition, intelligence tests (Individual, group intelligence tests, ), theories of multiple intelligences (Stenberg´s Triarchic theory, Gardner´s eight frames of mind, The neuroscience of intelligence, controversies and issues in intelligence.Importance of learning strategies, what they are (Danserau, Sampascual, Beltrán), characteristics and functions, types (Cognitive strategies, meta-cognitive strategies, support strategies…), assesement of learning strategies and how to Foster them..
              2. LESSON 5.LEARNING AND MOTIVATION
                1. Composed by
                  1. Concept and definition (Woolfolk and McCune, Fernandez-Abascal, Valle Arias…), Types of motivation (intrisic ans extrinsic moivation) ,theories (behaviourism, humist, cognitive approaches, Maslow, atributions, etc), and how to wrok motovation in class.
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