Educational psychology, Humanities

Educational Psychology-This psychology involves the examined of how people learn, comprising topics as student outcomes, the instructional process, particular differences in learning, gifted learners and learning incapability.

Key concepts of Educational psychology?

Understanding the Meaning of Teaching

Knowledge of Students

Understanding the Learning Process

Understanding Instructional Strategies

Understanding Assessment Strategies

Importance of Educational Psychology for Teachers?

To study teaching and learning circumstances

Application of teaching and learning principles

Role of an Educational Psychologist?

Typical work activities

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