Educational Psychology as a Foundation in Teacher Education: Reforming an Old Notion
by Penelope Peterson, Christopher M. Clark & W. Patrick Dickson — 1990
In this article, the authors raise questions about the place and form of educational psychology in the larger conversation about the thoughtful preparation of teachers, Recent research and theory in cognition and instruction suggest alternatives to traditional concepts of the learner, the teacher, and classroom learning. This research has implications for the reconsideration of the content, curriculum, and methods of teaching educational psychology and also for the ways in which teacher educators learn to teach the adults who will become tomorrow’s teachers.
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