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PSYC 2103 - EDUCATIONAL PSYCHOLOGY
Prerequisite: PSYC 2102
Study and application of the principles of development, learning and motivation as they apply to children from birth to adulthood. Emphasis is given to the characteristics of effective school, effective teachers and students. Topics include learning theories, content areas, motivational and measurement techniques. Application of psychological principles will be presented as they relate to individual differences, multi-cultural backgrounds, societal expectations and gender roles.

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Description Prerequisite: PSYC 2102
Study and application of the principles of development, learning and motivation as they apply to children from birth to adulthood. Emphasis is given to the characteristics of effective school, effective teachers and students. Topics include learning theories, content areas, motivational and measurement techniques. Application of psychological principles will be presented as they relate to individual differences, multi-cultural backgrounds, societal expectations and gender roles.
Prerequisites PSYC 2102 / Lecture <min credit = 3.00>
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Fees N/A
Credits 3.00
Credit Types Standard

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