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Title Handbook of academic learning : construction of knowledge / edited by Gary D. Phye
Published San Diego : Academic Press, [1997]
©1997
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Description 1 online resource (xxiv, 607 pages) : illustrations
Series The educational psychology series
Educational psychology.
Contents Part I. Academic learning : perspectives, theory, and models -- The social construction of learning / Eric Bredo -- Learning and remembering : the basis for personal knowledge construction / Gary D. Phye -- School learning and motivation / Myron H. Dembo and Martin J. Eaton -- Self-regulatory dimensions of academic learning and motivation / Barry J. Zimmerman and Rafael Risemberg -- Constructing the concept of aptitude : implications for the assessment of analogical reasoning / Paul D. Nichols and David J. Mittelholtz -- Part II. Teaching "how to learn" within domains -- Elementary reading instruction / Michael Pressley [and others] -- A cognitive perspective on the assessment, diagnosis, and remediation of reading skills / James M. Royer -- Psychological foundations of elementary writing instruction / Stephen L. Benton -- Teaching composition : current theories and practices / Rebecca E. Burnett and Lee-Ann Marie Kastman -- Developing student understanding in elementary school mathematics : a cognitive perspective / Megan Loef Franke and Douglas A. Grouws -- Mathematics (Grades 7-12) / Steven R. Williams -- The teaching and learning of elementary science / Kenneth Tobin -- Meaningful learning in science : the human constructivist perspective / Joel J. Mintzes, James H. Wandersee, Joseph D. Novak -- Part III. Learning to learn -- Inductive reasoning and problem solving : the early grades / Gary D. Phye -- Incorporating problem solving into secondary school curricula / Richard E. Mayer -- Critical thinking : learning to talk about talk and text / David R. Olson -- Part IV. Assessment of classroom learning -- Classroom assessment / William D. Schafer -- Assessing classroom learning potential / J.H.M. Hamers and A.J.J.M. Ruijssenaars -- Reflections on portfolios / Vicki Spandel -- Epilogue : classroom learning, looking ahead
Academic Learning: Perspectives, Theory, and Models: -- E. Bredo, The Social Construction of Learning. -- G.D. Phye, Learning and Remembering: The Basis for Personal Knowledge Construction. -- M.H. Dembo and M.J. Eaton, School Learning and Motivation. -- B.J. Zimmerman and R. Risemberg, Self-Regulatory Dimensions of Academic Learning and Motivation. -- P.D. Nichols and D.J. Mittelholtz, Constructing the Concept of Aptitude: Implications for the Assessment of Analogical Reasoning. -- Teaching "How to Learn" within Domains: -- M. Pressley, R. Wharton-McDonald, J. Rankin, P.B. El-Dinary, R. Brown, P. Afflerbach, J. Mistretta, and L. Yokoi, Elementary Reading Instruction. -- J.M. Royer, A Cognitive Perspective on the Assessment, Diagnosis, and Remediation of Reading Skills. -- S.L. Benton, Psychological Foundations of Elementary Writing Instruction. -- R.E. Burnett and L.M. Kastman, Teaching Composition: Current Theories and Practices. -- M.L. Franke and D.A. Grouws, Developing Student Understanding in Elementary School Mathematics: A Cognitive Perspective. -- S.R. Williams, Mathematics (Grades 7-12). -- K. Tobin, The Teaching and Learning of Elementary Science. -- J.J. Mintzes, J.H. Wandersee, and J.D. Novak, Meaningful Learning in Science: The Human Constructivist Perspective. -- Learning to Learn: -- G.D. Phye, Inductive Reasoning and Problem Solving: The Early Grades. -- R.E. Mayer, Incorporating Problem Solving into Secondary School Curricula. -- D.R. Olson, Critical Thinking: Learning to Talk About Talk and Text. -- Assessment of Classroom Learning: -- W.D. Schafer, Classroom Assessment. -- J.H.M. Hamers and A.J.J.M. Ruijssenaars, Assessing Classroom Learning Potential. -- V. Spandel, Reflections on Portfolios. Epilogue: Classroom Learning, Looking Ahead. -- Index
Summary The Handbook of Academic Learning provides a comprehensive resource for educational and cognitive psychologists, as well as educators themselves, on the mechanisms and processes of academic learning. Beginning with general themes that cross subject and age level, the book discusses what motivates students to learn and how knowledge can be made personal for better learning and remembering. Individual chapters identify proven effective teaching methods for the specific domains of math, reading, writing, science, and critical problem solving, how students learn within those domains, and how learning can be accurately assessed for given domains and age levels. The Handbook takes a constructivist perspective to academic learning, emphasizing the construction of personal knowledge of an academic nature. Constructivism within the context of learning theory is viewed as involving an active learner that constructs an academic knowledge base through the development of cognitive strategies and metacognition. The book discusses the development of basic literacy skills that provide the foundation for higher order thinking and problem solving. Constructivism recognizes the social dimension of classroom learning and emphasizes the motivational elements of self-regulation and volition as essential learner characteristics. Written by authors who have first-hand experience with both theory development and the development of authentic classroom instructional techniques, the Handbook empowers educators to develop, implement, and field-test authentic instructional practices at their school site. The book provides a review of the literature, theory, research, and skill techniques for effective teaching and learning. Key Features * Identifies effective teaching with specific techniques * Covers elementary school through high school * Discusses teaching methods for all main subject areas: reading, writing, math, science, and critical thinking * Identifies how students learn to learn * Reviews theory, research, techniques, and assessment * Contains field tested examples for the educational professional at the school site * Provides a resource for staff development
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references and index
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Subject Constructivism (Education)
Learning, Psychology of.
Thought and thinking -- Study and teaching.
Form Electronic book
Author Phye, Gary D.
LC no. 96008681
ISBN 0080532934 (electronic bk.)
0125542550
9780080532936 (electronic bk.)
9780125542555
(paperback)
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