Classroom psychology: readings in educational psychology. Editors: William C. Morse and G. Max Wingo.
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Studying psychology and teaching
Wingo, Glenn Max, 1913-
360 p. 26 cm.
Published in 1957 under title: Studying psychology and teaching.
The complex we study -- Motivation for teaching / Richard W. Saxe -- A study of the child's concept of the teacher / Gayle F. Gregersen and Robert M. W. Travers -- The changing role of the teacher / Gordon C. Lee -- Can we define good teaching? / H. S. Broudy -- What is teaching for? -- After John Dewey, what? / Jerome S. Bruner -- Why go to school? / Paul Goodman -- Are we educating our children for the wrong future? / Robert Maynard Hutchins -- Schools are for learning / John H. Fischer -- Growth, development, and the early years -- Spontaneous ways of learning in young children / Lois B. Murphy -- Black genes -- white environment / J. McVicker Hunt -- Youth and the life cycle / Erik H. Erikson -- Youth in rebellion: an historical perspective / Stanley H. King -- Elementary-school children -- The lives of children / George Dennison -- Walden Two / B. F. Skinner -- Identification and personality structure in preadolescents / Rae Carlson -- Sex differences in the relationship of interpersonal perceptions to academic performance / Richard Schmuck and Elmer Van Egmond -- Adolescents -- A new perspective of the adolescent / Herbert A. Otto and Sarah T. Otto -- Youth looks at sex / Gertrude B. Couch -- Capable dropouts and the social milieu of the high school / Delbert S. Elliott, Harwin L. Voss, and Aubrey Wendling -- Growth of political ideas in adolescence: the sense of community / Joseph Adelson and Robert P. O'Neil -- Learning as the psychologist sees it -- What psychology can we feel sure about? / Goodwin Watson -- "Superstition" in the Skinnerian / John Oliver Cook -- Cook's tour de farce / James G. Holland -- Effects of group contingent events upon classroom noise / Gilbert W. Schmidt and Roger E. Ulrich -- Does learning theory apply to education? / Winfred F. Hill -- Learning in the classroom -- The functions of teaching / Jerome S. Bruner -- Why teachers fail / B. F. Skinner -- The meaning of learning and the learning of meaning / Edward C. Weir -- Relationship between psychological theories / Siegfried Engelmann -- Kinds of learning -- Evaluation of five methods of teaching concepts / Donald M. Johnson and R. Paul Stratton -- Concept formation in children / Harriett Amster -- Factors that aid and hinder creativity / J. P. Guilford -- Computer-assisted instruction -- where are we? / Robert F. Bundy -- Group aspects of learning -- Some aspects of classroom social climate / Richard Schmuck -- Inequalities of teacher-pupil contacts / Philip W. Jackson and Henriette M. Lahaderne -- A controlled experiment evaluating the effects of a non-graded organization on pupil achievement / Maurie Hillson, J. Charles Jones, J. William Moore, and Frank Van Devender -- Ability grouping in the public schools / Walter R. Borg -- What pupils bring to learning -- Wait for readiness? / James W. Russell -- How children develop intellectually / J. McVicker Hunt -- Strategies to reinforce learning / Jack R. Frymier -- Motivation: an instructional technique / Edward F. DeRoche -- Discipline: the learning of self-management -- When behavior is misbehavior / William J. Gnagey -- An analysis of teachers' managerial techniques / Jacob S. Lounin -- The contingent use of teacher attention and praise in reducing classroom behavior problems / Wesley C. Becker, Charles H. Madsen, Jr., Carole Revelle Arnols, and Don R. Thomas -- Children's moral concepts: a tentative taxonomy / Ruth Strang -- Social and emotional problems in the classroom -- A process for identifying disturbed children / Eli M. Bower -- Self-concept and school adjustment / Robert L. Williams and Spurgeon Cole -- Incorporating psychological concepts in the school curriculum / Ralph H. Ojemann -- Disturbed youngsters in the classroom / William C. Morse -- Our troubles with defiant youth / Fritz Redl -- Retaining and using learning -- Cognitive versus affective factor in the learning and retention of controversial material / Donald Fitzgerald and David P. Ausubel -- The chemisty of learning / David Krech -- Transfer of learning / Stanford C. Ericksen -- Effects of differential feedback from examinations on retention and transfer / Julius M. Sassenrath and Charles M. Garverick -- Evaluating learning and teaching -- Pitfalls in the measurement of gains in achievement / Paul B. Diederich -- The influence of the evaluating instrument on students' learning / John Balch -- Measurement and the teacher: ten useful principles / Robert L. Ebel -- The relationshp between theory and practice in a dual reporting program / Joseph W. Halliwell and Joseph P. Robitaille.
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