Seminar in Educational Psychology - PSL 682

This course is a forum for student to put together knowledge and ideas across the subdisciplines of psychology and an impetus for expansion of thinking. It includes but not limited to: Socio-developmental: issues relating to education, topics include; role theory, attitude theory formation and change, transitions from home to school, Elementary/ Secondary, High School/University to work. Instructional Psychology: it includes designing, implementing and evaluating learning strategies and programs from preschool to high school. Instructional Decision Making: focuses on direct and indirect approaches to interact and help students, teachers and families to reduce behavioral and academic problems. Assists students with developmental disabilities. Contemporary Educational Problems and Motivation. Developing Human Potentials: techniques that emphasize human relation skills, self-image, values, and stress management.