Educational Psychology

Explores the intersection of developmental psychology and learning theories from early childhood through adolescence. Across the course, the focus is on understanding how development milestones facilitate learning and what teachers can do to cultivate students’ skills and identities as learners. Drawing from contemporary works in cognitive and social development, special education, and the learning sciences, this course connects theory to educational practice both in and out of formal classrooms. It is strongly recommended students take this course after ED260 or equivalent research methods course. General Education: Society and Human Behavior. Meets the Critical Learning: SHB requirement.

Prerequisite: Education 101 and one of the following: Education 210, Education 211, Education 218, Education 222, Education 225, Education 235, or Education 255.

Degree requirement — Critical Learning: SHB

1 unit — Arias

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In this course, we explore the intersection of developmental psychology and learning theories from early childhood through adolescence. The focus is on understanding what developmental milestones facilitate learning, how people learn, and what teachers do to cultivate students' cognitive and social skills.
Photo by Professor Juan Miguel Arias
Photo by Professor Juan Miguel Arias

Offerings

Term Block Title Instructor Location Student Limit/Available Updated
Spring 2022 Block H Educational Psychology Juan Miguel Arias Palmer Hall 232B 25 / 9 05/23/2022
Spring 2022 Block 7 Educational Psychology Juan Miguel Arias Palmer Hall 124 25 / 8 05/23/2022
Fall 2022 Block 4 Educational Psychology Juan Miguel Arias TBA 25 / 8 05/23/2022
Spring 2023 Block 7 Educational Psychology Juan Miguel Arias TBA 25 / 25 05/23/2022
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