Educational Psychology Interactive: Readings in Educational Psychology

EDUCATIONAL PSYCHOLOGY INTERACTIVE
Readings in Educational Psychology

Developed by: W. Huitt
Last updated: December 2015


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Introduction to Education

Introduction to Psychology

Introduction to Educational Psychology

Higher Education

The Scientific Method

Research and Statistics

Overview

Quantitative Designs

Qualitative Designs

Ethics and Research

Educational Research

Action & Participatory Research

Disseminating Research

Philosophy and Worldviews

Overview Objectivism, Constructivism, Pragmatism, Etc. Science and Religion Phenomenology/Process Process/Whiteheadian Adaptive Systems/Organismic/Integral

Big History

Religion

Science and Religion As Sources of Knowledge

Start With Religion Start With Science

Dynamic Systems and Cybernetics

Quantum Theory and Dynamic Systems

Feedback and Associated Mechanisms

Dynamic Systems and Psychology

Quantum Theory and Psychology

Organizing Knowledge

Dynamic Systems and Education

Systems Theory and Organizations

Information Age, Conceptual Age, and the Future (Sociocultural Evolution)

Globalization

Overview Global Citizenship

The Ecology of Development

Social Capital

Overview

Spiritual (Religious) Capital

Family [Expanded list]

Overview Marital Relationships Parenting Parent-School Relationships Parent-Community Relationships Parent-Community-School Relationships Other Issues

Friendships and Networking

Work and Career

Community

Culture, Society, and Civilization [See Culture]

Economics and Finance

Population and Demographics

Other Context Factors

Holistic/Integral/Integrative/Integrated Education (Expanded list)

Educational Reform

School Choice and Privatization (Charter Schools, Vouchers, Homeschooling, etc.)

School Characteristics and Processes

International Schools and Schooling

Organizational Culture

Organizational Functioning

Leadership

Teacher Characteristics

Student Characteristics

Overview Personality, Temperament Learning Style

Digital Natives

Desired Student Outcomes/Developing Human or Personal Capital

Developing Mastery/Expertise

Managing Change and Transformation

Human Development

Overview

Biology

Infancy, Toddlerhood, Early Childhood

Middle Childhood and Adolescence

Adulthood

Integral Views of Psychology and Human Development

Development of the Self

Overview

Personality

Self-Esteem/Self-Concept

Self-Efficacy

Student Learning Disabilities

Adult Learning

Brain and Biology

Overview Brain Structure Limbic System Mind-Brain Connection Development and Aging Brain and Learning, Education Other Topics

Mind and Behavior  

Consciousness

Spiritual Development

Spirituality

Faith

Meaning and Purpose Science and Spirituality Spirituality and Society/Culture Spirituality and Education/Schooling Science and Design Science and Religion Religion and Schooling

Physical Development

Genetics

The Body

Nutrition

Drug-free

Learning Theories (Overview)

Behavioral Learning Theories (Classical and Operant Conditioning)

Overview

Operant Conditioning

Behavioral Analysis

Instructional Applications

Cognition, Thinking, and Knowing

Overview

Attention

Sensation, Perception, and Awareness

Information Processing

Memory

Cognitive and Concept Maps

Cognitive Domain

Cognitive Task Analysis

Cognitive Intelligence

Cognitive Development

Cognitive Style

Epistemologic Development/Ways of Knowing

Critical Thinking

Creative Thinking

Critical vs. Creative Thinking

Choice

Metacognition

Problem Solving & Decision Making

Wisdom

Study Methods

Affect and Emotion (Emotions, Socioemotional Development,Values)

Overview

Emotional Intelligence

Emotional Regulation

Compassion and Empathy

Forgiveness

Generosity

Happiness

Optimism

Positive Emotions

Resiliency

Stress Management

Subjective Well-Being (SWB)

Overview

Character Strengths and SWB

Mindfulness and SWB

Positive Emotions and SWB

Physical Activity and SWB

Resilience and SWB

Religion and SWB

Interventions and SWB

Community and SWB

Public Policy

Values

Affect/Emotion & Learning

Social and Emotional Learning (SEL)

Humanistic/Open Education

Conation, Volition, and Self-regulation (Paradigms, Goals/Needs, Will)

Overview

Goals/Needs

Self-determination

Self-regulation/Self-control/Self-discipline

Applications

Overlap of Cognition, Affect, and Conation

Overview

Mindfulness

Multiple Intelligences

Social Learning, Social Cognition, and Situated Cognition

Social Constructivism--Bandura et al.

Human Agency

Self-Directed Learning

Radical Constructivism

Social Intelligence, Social Development and Relationships

Positive Psychology

Moral Development and Character Education

Overview

Theory

Practice

Programs

Specific Virtues, Values, Strengths, Attributes

Motivation

Overview

Specific Theories

Study Skills

Human Flourishing

Classroom Practice

Curriculum and Lesson Planning

Classroom Instruction

Instructional Design

Overview

Instructivism

Constructivism

Connectivism

Authentic Learning

Considering Individual Differences

Cooperative Learning

Curriculum Issues

Overview Mathematics Mathematics and the Arts Reading/Language Arts Science Science & Religion Social Studies Arts & Humanities Second Language

Physical Development

Multi-cultural Curriculum

Classroom Management

Compensatory Education and Drop-out Prevention

Technology and Education

Overview

Applications

Access

Instructional Technology

Learner Characteristics

Social Media

Distance/Online Learning

Overview

Student Characteristics

Methods and Techniques

Constructivistic Approach

Personal Learning Environments

Massive Open Online Courses (MOOCs)

Blended Learning Models

Service Learning

Assessment, Measurement, and Evaluation

Overview

Reliability and Validity

Technology and Assessment

Classroom Assessment and Evaluation

Overview

Formative Assessment

Traditional Approaches

Constructivistic/Progressive Approaches

Standardized Testing

Overview

Reliability and Validity

Student Achievement in Basic Skills

Overview

Interventions

Comparisons

Outcomes-Based Education

Data-based Decision Making

Program Evaluation

Teacher Education, Certification, and Licensure

Teacher and Faculty Performance

Teacher Attrition

Value-added Evaluation and Decision Making

Counseling


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Dr. William G. (Bill) Huitt
Dept. of Psychology & Counseling
Valdosta State University
Valdosta, GA 31698-0001

whuitt AT valdosta DOT edu

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