EDU 241 - Educational Psychology
This course is designed to help students relate theories and principles of educational psychology to teaching, learning, and assessment. This course focuses on the diversity of learners and learning processes, as well as teacher characteristics, classroom strategies, and data analysis in P-12 classrooms. Appropriate strategies for increasing motivation, multi-dimensional development, and academic achievement for all learners are introduced. Students will spend 12 hours teaching the Junior Achievement program in our local schools.
Prerequisite: EDU 212
Prerequisite/Corequisite: PSY 250
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