Originally published in 1989, this title for the first time in one volume, organized and discussed the fundamental advances in theory, technology, and research methods in educational psychology, at the time. The book provides comprehensive, integrated reviews and discussions of recent advances of the day in such areas as learning, cognition, instruction, and applications to curriculum.
Preface. Part 1: Challenges and Opportunities 1. Educational Psychology: The Master Science Robert E. Grinder 2. Challenges for the Future of Educational Psychology Frank Farley 3. Opportunities in the Future of Educational Psychology M.C. Wittrock Part 2: Emerging Directions of the Science and the Technology 4. Applications of Cognitive Psychology to Education Francis J. Di Vesta 5. Educational Psychology and the Future of Research in Learning, Instruction, and Teaching M.C. Wittrock 6. The Future of Technology in Educational Psychology Richard E. Clark Part 3: Emerging Roles of Educational Psychologists 7. New Roles for Educational Psychologists Sigmund Tobias 8. Relations with Other Disciplines Jack I. Bardon 9. Educational Psychologists Where Are You? Toward Closing the Gap Between Research and Practice Beau Fly Jones Part 4: Education and Training 10. Educating Educational Psychologists Claire E. Weinstein 11. Teaching Students of Educational Psychology New Sophisticated Statistical Techniques Bengt Muthen Part 5: A Blueprint for the Future 12. Toward a Blueprint for Educational Psychology M.C. Wittrock and Frank Farley. Author Index. Subject Index.
Routledge Library Editions: Psychology of Education (53 Volume set) brings together a mix of titles involving psychology and education from early years to later life. Covering areas across both education and psychology, including learning theory and strategies, social, developmental and cognitive aspects, school psychology and counselling in schools. The series of previously out-of-print titles, originally published between 1930 and 1996, includes contributions from a range of authors, many considered leaders in their field.