Educational Psychology (12th Edition)Author:
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Pub Date: 2012
Anita Woolfolk is the author of Educational Psychology (12th Edition), published 2012 under ISBN 9780132613163 and 0132613166. Five hundred seventy one Educational Psychology (12th Edition) textbooks are available for sale on ValoreBooks.com, twelve used from the cheapest price of $30.89, or buy new starting at $204.15. [read more]
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The book was required for a class, so it helped me pass the class. The book was a whole was helpful to add information to the class.read more
Behavioral management techniques and many other educational psychologist techniques.
I Learned All The Major Educational Theorists Needed To Pass The PLT!read more
This Book Was Written In A Way To Keep Anyone Interested, No Changes Necessary.
I learned about various different teaching techniques to use on students with different learning styles.read more
This book was very detailed and broken down into a way that was very easy to understand.
This book was the best educational psychology book that I have used in college.read more
This book put the information into situations that were real life and made sense for the readers.
The primary subject was learning about educational psychology. This book was extremely effective in covering this subject.read more
Every Part of this book was effective for me. I don't know about others reading this book but every part was helpful for me.
The book was selected for an entry level course. The book was not easy to understand. I would have expected a more simplified book for the course I read the book for.read more
The book covered a wide variety of features. I enjoyed reading the studies.
This book is used in the classroom for learning the way students learn and more specifically, the way to teach students of special education. This book is very effective, and Woolfolk has many ideas that are helpful in the field.read more
The most interesting thing I learned in this book was about learning to understand students with Autism. Autism has always been interesting to me and I have always wanted to learn how to help them learn effectively.
Pub Date: 2012