Case material is presented mainly in dialogue format, and cases are left open-ended in order to provoke discussion, analysis, and decision making. Each case begins with a listing of psychological theories and sets of principles for analyzing and resolving the case, provides other relevant material s
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This book compiles the top thirty cases from three widely used casebooks that profile actual problem situations encountered by beginning and experienced teachers.The casebook places special emphasis on learning and instruction cases, as well as those on motivation and classroom management; cultural diversity; human development; and measurement and evaluation. Instructors learn how to apply the concepts discussed in each case through discussion questions and educational psychology content appropriate to each case.For today's educators.
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