PSYCHOLOGY AND THE TEACHER
An up-to-date introduction to psychology for all teachers
New and spacious text design including chapter outlines and new heading styles
- Table linking chapters to teaching standards, a glossary and case studies
- Easy for the busy trainee teacher to navigate
- A classic text with a place on reading lists for PGCE and undergraduate Educational Studies courses across the UK
Now in its 8th edition, Psychology and the Teacher has been a landmark in its field for 30 years. It provides an introduction to psychology for all teachers. Professor Child covers all areas of education, from child development to motivation, human difference, special needs education, assessment and classroom management.
This edition includes new coverage of gender and cultural diversity, behavioural problems, social development and the learning environment. This book is more user-friendly than ever before with a new text design, chapter outlines for easy dipping in and out, and more emphasis on the concerns of the teacher and practical applications of theory.
Psychology and the Teacher is designed to meet the requirements of student teachers, as well as those of experienced teachers and educationalists who need to renew their acquaintance with psychology.