The following resources are useful for learning about or teaching educational psychology
Educational Psychology, Theory and Practice (9th edition)
Slavin, R. E.
J.E. (2000). Educational Psychology: Developing Learners (7th
ed). Upper Saddle River, New Jersey: Merrill. Chapter 1, pages
R. (1995). The education of the heart. BYU Devotional Address,
March 21, 1995.
our sense of wonder and engagement in learning by considering
matters of the heart. This article could also be used to introduce
agency education. Available online at http://speeches.byu.edu
or in the IP&T 301 library.
P. (1997). The heart of a teacher:Identity and integrity in teaching.
Change: November/December 1997. pages 15-21.
Insights on how our personal development and integrity effect
our teaching. This article could also be used to introduce agency
education. Available in the IP&T 301 library.
A.L. (1997). That you may be instructed more perfectly. Brigham
Young Magazine. Summer 1977. Pages 23-48.
Reflections on gospel perspective of learning. This article
could also be used to introduce agency education. Available
in the IP&T 301 library.
Children are Left Behind (pdf)
|Berliner, D.C. & Calfee, R.C. (Eds.) (1996). Handbook of Educational
Psychology. New York: Macmillan.
of Theory in instruction, Trudy Kowallis
|Latta, A. (1996, Spring/Summer). Teacher as researcher: selected resources. Teaching Education, 8, 155-60.
Berliner, D. (1993). The 100-year journey of educational
psychology: From interest, to disdain, to respect for practice. In T.
Fagan and G. VandenBos (Eds.), Exploring applied psychology: Origins
and critical analysis (Master Lectures in Psychology). Washington, DC;
American Psychological Association. Retrieved November 2004, from http://courses.ed.asu.edu/berliner/readings/journey.htm.
Elliott, S.N., et. al. (2000) Educational Psychology:
Effective Teaching, Effective Learning (3rd ed.). New York: McGraw Hill.
Retrieved February 2005, from http://www.mhhe.com/socscience/education/elliott/index.htm.