Psychology in Teaching the Social Studies

Ediger, Marlow
March 2000
Journal of Instructional Psychology;Mar2000, Vol. 27 Issue 1, p28
Academic Journal
There are definite principles of learning from educational psychology that teachers need to follow in teaching social studies. Each pupil needs to accept the objectives, learning opportunities, and appraisal procedures as purposeful. With the implementation of the psychology of education, pupils may accept the values of teaching and learning


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