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Psychology for Teachers

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  • © 1995
  • Latest edition



Part of the book series: Psychology for Professional Groups (PPG)

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About this book

This new edition of a popular text has been fully revised to make it a completely up-to-date overview of the entire subject, taking into account recent changes in education and practice. Designed for use on psychology courses for teachers in training, its readability will also recommend it to practising teachers. Reviews of previous editions: `...full of practical insights to help the teacher help children.' - The Teacher `Each chapter represents a scholarly, informative and complete text which deserves and rewards close and attentive reading. It will almost certainly become the standard text for numerous courses in teacher training.' - Times Educational Supplement `One can only admire the breadth and depth of the material included in the book.' - Secondary Heads Association Review 

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Table of contents (14 chapters)

  1. The Early Years

  2. Cognitive Factors and Learning

  3. Affective Factors

  4. Social Interaction, Teacher-Child Relations and Teacher Personality



Authors and Affiliations

  • University of Wales College of Cardiff, UK

    David Fontana

  • University of Minho, Portugal

    David Fontana

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