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Title Educational psychology 12/13 / editors, Kathleen M. Cauley, Gina M. Pannozzo.

Published New York : McGraw Hill, c2012.


Location Call No. Status
 UniM Giblin Eunson  370.15 EDUC    AVAILABLE
Edition 27th ed.
Physical description xxii, 282 p. : ill. ; 28 cm.
Series Annual editions
Annual editions
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references.
Contents 29. Structuring the talk: ensuring academic conversations matter -- 30. Cheating themselves out of an education: assignments that promote higher-order thinking and honesty in the middle grades -- 31. Creative teaching: why it matters and where to begin -- 32. What happens when eighth graders become the teachers? -- 33. What is technology education? A review of the "official curriculum" -- 34. Plagiarism in the Internet age -- 35. Transforming education with technology: a conversation with Karen Cator -- 36. Assessing middle schools students' knowledge of conduct and consequences and their behaviors regarding the use of social networking sites -- Unit 5 Motivation and classroom management 37. The perils and promises of praise -- 38. Should learning be its own reward? -- 39. Beyond content: how teachers manage classrooms to facilitate intellectual engagement for disengaged students -- 40. Regulation of motivation: contextual and social aspects -- 41. Middle school students talk about social forces in the classroom -- 42. Classroom management strategies for difficult students: promoting change through relationships -- 43. From ringmaster to conductor: 10 simple techniques can turn on unruly class into a productive one -- 44. Behavior basics: quick behavior analysis and implementation of interventions for classroom teachers -- 45. Calling all frequent flyers -- Unit 6 Assessment 46. Building on the common core -- 47. The many meanings of "multiple measures" -- 48. Data-driven decision making -- 49. Strategic measures of teacher performance -- 50. Using self-assessment to chart students' paths -- 51. Peer assessment -- 52. Assessment-driven improvements in middle school students' writing -- 53. Students' reactions to a "no failure" grading system and how they informed teacher practice.
Unit 1 Perspectives on teaching 1. Inspired responses -- 2. Reform: to what end? -- 3. Embarking on action research -- 4. Teaching with awareness: the hidden effects of trauma on learning -- 5. Supporting adolescents exposed to disasters -- Unit 2 Development 6. Play and social interaction in middle childhood -- 7. It's all in the game: designing and playing board games to foster communication and social skills -- 8. Why we should not cut P.E. -- 9. Adolescent brain development and drugs -- 10. Adolescent decision making: an overview -- 11. Peer contexts for lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender students: reducing stigma, prejudice, and discrimination -- 12. What educators need to know about bullying behaviors -- 13. The bridge to character -- Unit 3 Individual differences among learners 14. Improving the way we think about students with emotional and/or behavioral disorders -- 15. Sam comes to school: including students with autism in your classroom -- 16. Working memory weaknesses in students with ADHD: implications for instruction -- 17. How can a smart kid not get it? Finding the right fit for twice-exceptional students in our schools -- 18. The relationship of perfectionism to affective variables in gifted and highly able children -- 19. Social and emotional development of gifted children: straight talk -- 20. Students without homes -- 21. Improving schooling for cultural minorities: the right teaching styles can make a big difference -- 22. The myth of pink and blue brains -- 23. Gender matters in elementary education: research-based strategies to meet the distinctive learning needs of boys and girls -- Unit 4 Learning and instruction 24. A fresh look at brain-based education -- 25. What will improve a student's memory? -- 26. Classroom assessment and grading to assure mastery -- 27. Backward design: targeting depth of understanding for all learners -- 28. "To find yourself, think for yourself": using Socratic discussions in inclusive classrooms.
Other author Cauley, Kathleen M.
Pannozzo, Gina M.
Subject Educational psychology.
Variant Title Educational psychology, twelve thirteen
ISBN 9780078051296 (pbk.)
ISSN 0731-1141