|Author||Bigge, Morris L|
|Title||Psychological foundations of education : an introduction to human development and learning / Morris L. Bigge, Maurice P. Hunt|
|Imprint||New York : Harper & Row, 1962|
|Descript||530 p. : ill. ; 24 cm|
What is teaching? -- Part I. What is the nature of human nature? ; Is human nature natural? -- What is man's biological nature? -- What is man's sociological nature? -- How do people differ from each other? -- Part II. How do human being develop? ; What is the nature of bodily growth? -- What is the nature of psychological development? -- What is adolescence? -- What are 'needs' and 'developmental tasks' of children and youth? -- Part III. How do human beings learn? ; What early theories of learning are reflected in current school practices? -- What are the two major families of contemporary learning theory? -- How do the two families of learning theory describe the learning process? -- How does Skinner's operant conditioning work? -- What is the cognitive-field theory of learning? -- How is learning related to teaching? -- Part IV. How is psychology used in the classroom? ; How is teaching related to intelligent behavior? -- How may teaching teach for understanding? -- How may teachers teach reflectively? -- Why is climate making a part of method?
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