The new Routledge Psychology in Education series is interdisciplinary in nature publishing cutting edge research in educational psychology and education based research from related areas, including cognition, neuropsychology and social psychology. Titles will take a broad and innovative approach to topical areas of research and will address the needs of both researchers and advanced students (Masters and PhD) within both psychology and education programmes and related areas.
Titles in the series will:-
- Review the field to provide an interesting and critical introduction to the student,
- Explore contemporary research perspectives, issues and challenges
- Signpost future directions and trends
By Filip Dochy, David Gijbels, Mien Segers, Piet Van den Bossche
August 26, 2021
This book is an expansion and major updating of the highly successful Theories of Learning for the Workplace, first published in 2011. It offers fascinating overviews into some of the most important theories of learning and how they are practically applied to organisational or workplace learning. ...
By Clare Wood, Nenagh Kemp, Beverly Plester
October 03, 2013
"Well thought out and timely. This is the leading group in the world working on texting and literacy, and they have a strong track record of publications. It would also be the first book, as they say, to deal with the subject at an academic level. The focus on education is important, as this is ...
By Kathy Hall, Usha Goswami, Colin Harrison, Sue Ellis, Janet Soler
April 14, 2010
Interdisciplinary Perspectives on Learning to Read brings together different disciplinary perspectives and studies on reading for all those who seek to extend and enrich the current practice, research and policy debates. The breadth of knowledge that underpins pedagogy is a central theme and the ...