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Survey theories of learning, motivation and intelligence; theories of cognitive, social, and emotional development; and, influences of social and cultural background on development and learning. Learn about assessment and evaluation and the theoretical bases for instructional models. Conduct a case study analysis of a K - 12 student. This is a graduate level course with graduate level expectations. Prerequisite: Admission to Hamline University. GED 7801 with grade of B- or higher or concurrently with GED 7825. Concurrent enrollment in GED 7815 is recommended. Master of Arts in Teaching students are required to subsribe to the MAT List Proc. Please refer to the MAT Program Handbook for instructions.
Martin-Kerr, Keitha-Gail, "GED7825-03.Educational Psychology.F13.Martin-Kerr,Keitha-Gail" (2013). Historic Syllabi -- full text access limited to internal Hamline administrative staff only. 7631.