Psychology of education (2019)
Type of ContentChapters
PublisherNew Zealand Council for Educational Research
In this chapter, we offer an understanding of the learner—in early and middle childhood, and adolescence—through an integrated perspective of educational and developmental psychology. We draw on a range of national and international literature to highlight key competencies related to the emerging mind and behaviour of students from early childhood to adolescence in Aotearoa New Zealand. To narrow the scope, we focus our attention on recent educational research where students are participants.
CitationSotardi V,Friesen M (2019). Psychology of education. In Kamp A (Ed.), Education studies in Aotearoa New Zealand: Key disciplines and emerging directions.: 88-111. Wellington, NZ: New Zealand Council for Educational Research.
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ANZSRC Fields of Research17 - Psychology and Cognitive Sciences::1701 - Psychology::170103 - Educational Psychology
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