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Psychology Applied to Teaching, Eleventh Edition
Jack Snowman, Southern Illinois University
Robert Biehler
Reflection Journal Questions

Reflection is the complex process of carefully thinking about one's experiences that serves as a valuable resource for teachers. There are many different avenues for reflection, one of which is writing. Reflective journal writing offers teachers an opportunity to process their understanding of teaching and learning through the formulation of questions, concepts, and theories related to their experiences. Writing about your experiences for the purpose of deriving meaning and greater understanding of teaching and learning is a powerful strategy. The text offers a wide variety of concepts and ideas that represent the field of educational psychology. The following questions are designed to help teachers reflect on their educational experiences as they relate to the domain of educational psychology. We hope that students will find these questions useful in their preservice classroom observations, in their student teaching experiences, and in their future classroom teaching.

Chapter 1: Applying Psychology To Teaching
Chapter 2: Stage Theories Of Development
Chapter 3: Age-Level Characteristics
Chapter 4: Understanding Student Difference
Chapter 5: Addressing Cultural And Socioeconomic Diversity
Chapter 6: Accommodating Student Variability
Chapter 7: Behavioral Learning Theory: Operant Conditioning
Chapter 8: Information Processing Theory
Chapter 9: Social Cognitive Theory
Chapter 10: Constructivist Learning Theory, Problem Solving, And Transfer
Chapter 11: Approaches To Instruction
Chapter 12: Motivation
Chapter 13: Classroom Management
Chapter 14: Assessment Of Classroom Learning
Chapter 15: Understanding And Using Standardized Tests
Chapter 16: Becoming A Better Teacher By Becoming A Reflective Teacher




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