Written in a clear and accessible way, this practical guide will help teachers to develop their understanding of psychology and its application in enhancing the quality classroom teaching. As both a practising teacher and chartered psychologist, Matt Jarvis identifies a range of ideas that can be used in the real world of the classroom.
- Focuses on the aspects of educational psychology that teachers need in order to teach, relating relevant theory to classroom practice
- Covers cognitive factors and additional influences, including motivational and emotional factors, as well as teacher stress and the application of educational research
- Written by Matt Jarvis, an experienced teacher, chartered psychologist and former PGCE tutor
This page was last updated on 23 February 2020 at 04:30 GMT