Educational psychology is a branch of psychology that focuses on the study of human learning and development in educational settings. It explores how students learn, process information, and engage with educational materials and activities. The field covers a wide range of topics, including motivation, memory, attention, and cognition, as well as the development of specific skills such as reading and problem-solving. Educational psychology also examines the impact of individual differences, such as intelligence and personality, on learning, as well as the influence of environmental factors such as the classroom climate and teaching methods. The goal of educational psychology is to improve teaching and learning outcomes by providing a scientific understanding of how people learn, and by developing evidence-based principles and practices for effective instruction.
Pages in category "Educational Psychology"
The following 3 pages are in this category, out of 3 total.
- A Diagnostic Evaluation of Tablet Serious Games for the Assessment of Autism Spectrum Disorder in Young Children
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