Education Psychology lecture

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    Educational Psychology: Lecture 1

    44:15

    An introduction to the instructor and the course.

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    Cambridge: Undergraduate Sample Lecture: Psychology of Education

    23:16

    This short lecture explores some of the research findings from cognitive psychology that could have an impact on educational practices. In the first part of the lecture, we complete part of a classic study (Bransford & Johnson, 1972) looking what factors might help us remember. The results of this study indicated that having meaningful personal experiences before learning about something new helps us remember that something new much better than without those experiences. Further, those experiences need to be relevant for the information that we are about to remember. As a result of this work, Schwartz & Bransford (1998) recommended that there is 'a time for telling' meaning that lectures are only useful when they come after meaningful and relevant experiences. In the second part of the lecture we talked about a recent review paper by Dunlosky et al. (2013) that looked at a large number of different types of experiments in different learning contexts to evaluate whether certain types of revision techniques are useful. They report that some very popular techniques do not actually help with learning. We concluded the lecture with a discussion of these techniques.

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    Education Psychology lecture, Bed by Mr. Vinod Jain

    3:09

    Biyani Girls B.Ed. College. This is a part of video Presented By Mr.Vinod Kumar Jain. Asst. Professor . Biyani Girls B.Ed. College . Motivation is the term derived from word Mover, Which means to move. Motivation is the golden road of learning .The human behavior is controlled directed and modified through certain motives.

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    Educational Psychology: Lecture 2

    47:32

    A discussion of research methods and an introduction to development.

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    Educational Psychology: Lecture 3

    50:37

    A discussion of cognitive and language development.

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    Learning, Psychology Lecture by Ms. Meenakshi Sharma, BEd

    4:25

    This is part of lecture presented by Ms. Meenakshi Sharma, Asst. Professor in Biyani girls B.Ed College. This lecture is about Learning. Learning is a process of Development .It is a process of acquiring new knowledge and new response. In this video Types of Learning are discussed.

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    A lecture on Educational Psychology

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    A lecture on Educational Psychology by Educational Psychologist David W. Anderson at KPIS International School in Bangkok, Thailand.

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    Memory - Education Psychology Lecture by Mr. Vinod Jain

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    This video Presented by Mr. Vinod Kumar Jain. Asst. Professor in Biyani Girls B.Ed. College. The Power that we have to store our experience and to bring them in to the field of consciousness some time after the experiences have occurred is termed Memory. Memory is the knowledge of an event.

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    Cambridge: Undergraduate Sample Lecture: Psychology of Education

    23:25

    This short lecture explores some of the research findings from cognitive psychology that could have an impact on educational practices. In the first part of the lecture, we complete part of a classic study (Bransford & Johnson, 1972) looking what factors might help us remember. The results of this study indicated that having meaningful personal experiences before learning about something new helps us remember that something new much better than without those experiences. Further, those experiences need to be relevant for the information that we are about to remember. As a result of this work, Schwartz & Bransford (1998) recommended that there is 'a time for telling' meaning that lectures are only useful when they come after meaningful and relevant experiences. In the second part of the lecture we talked about a recent review paper by Dunlosky et al. (2013) that looked at a large number of different types of experiments in different learning contexts to evaluate whether certain types of revision techniques are useful. They report that some very popular techniques do not actually help with learning. We concluded the lecture with a discussion of these techniques.

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    Educational Psychology: Week 1 Lecture 1

    4:56

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    Educational Psychology Lecture 13: Summer 2016

    35:22

    A crash course in operant and classical conditioning

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    Educational Psychology: Lecture 4

    40:56

    A discussion of social contexts and socioemotional development.

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    Educational Psychology: Week 2 Lecture 1

    9:15

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    Educational Psychology: Lecture 7

    27:12

    A discussion of teaching gifted students and an introduction to standardized testing

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    Educational Psychology: Week 8 Lecture 2

    10:24

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    Educational Psychology: Lecture 12

    34:57

    An introduction to behavior modification

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    Educational Psychology: Week 2 Lecture 2

    6:37

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    Educational Psychology: Lecture 11

    41:35

    A discussion of high-quality assessments and grading

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    Educational Psychology: Week 8 Lecture 1

    13:13

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    Educational Psychology: Lecture 8

    27:23

    A discussion of standardized testing.

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    Educational Psychology: Week 3 Lecture 3

    6:05

    Educational Psychology MOOC by the Open University of Israel.
    Start date: 10.2.2015
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    Educational Psychology Lecture 14: Summer 2016

    35:32

    A discussion of applications of behavior modification, especially token economies.

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    Educational Psychology: Week 7 Lecture 1

    7:38

    عملية التعلم

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    Educational Psychology: Week 5 Lecture 2

    17:25

    المعايير

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    Educational Psychology: Lecture 9

    39:23

    A discussion of attention and memory

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    Educational Psychology: Lecture 15

    35:37

    A discussion of motivation in the classroom

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    Educational Psychology: Lecture 5

    36:22

    A discussion of intelligence and intelligence testing.

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    Educational Psychology: Week 1 Lecture 2

    11:05

    علم النفس التربوي

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    Educational Psychology: Week 5 Lecture 1

    19:56

    مبنى المجموعة

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    Educational Psychology: Lecture 10

    48:20

    A discussion of advanced cognitive processes

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    Educational Psychology: Lecture 6

    51:50

    A discussion of types of learners and exceptional learners.

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    Educational Psychology: Lecture 14

    30:32

    A discussion of functional analysis and an introduction to motivation

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    Educational Psychology: Lecture 13

    48:01

    A discussion of applications for behavior modification, especially token economies.

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    Educational Psychology: Week 4 Lecture 3

    9:04

    الفروق الفردية بين الأشخاص

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    America - Mindfulness - Meditation - Healing - Mind Health - US education - History Lecture

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    America - Mindfulness - Meditation - Healing - Mind Health - US education - History Lecture


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    Science Oxford Live March 2012. Professor Mark Williams from Oxford University delivers a lecture to the public about the science of mindfulness.

    America - Mindfulness - Meditation - Healing - Mind Health - US education - History Lecture

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    Download Minds of Their Own Recent Trends in Educational Psychology Inaugural Lecture Pdf

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    Educational Psychology: Week 6 Lecture 1

    14:27

    الامتثال

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    Educational Psychology: Week 6 Lecture 2

    17:07

    المواقف

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    Educational Psychology: Week 4 Lecture 2

    5:09

    مقاييس الذكاء

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    Dr. Damanjit Sandhu, Expert Lecture on Statistics in Psychology part 1

    33:02

    Statistics in Psychology, what actually it means, how actually it is related to psychology and types of statistics in psychology are discussed in detail by Dr. Damanjit Sandhu, Professor Psychology Department, Punjabi University, Patiala.

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    Educational Psychology: Week 8 Lecture 3

    6:01

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    Educational Psychology: Week 3 Lecture 2

    16:28

    نظرية النمو المعرفي جان بياجيه

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    Psych 1 - General Psychology - Lecture 1

    48:06

    Introduction
    Psychology 1 - Fall 2007 - Introduction to the principal areas, problems, and concepts of psychology

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    Educational Psychology: Week 9 Lecture 1

    5:53

    وظائف المدرسة

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    Educational Psychology: Week 9 Lecture 2

    5:15

    المعلم كقائد- أنواع القيادة

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    Educational Psychology: Week 3 Lecture 1: ( القدرات العقلية (الذكاء

    6:50

    القدرات العقلية (الذكاء)

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    Theories of Learning - Psychology Lecture # 07

    9:32

    Theories of Learning - Psychology Lecture # 07.
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    Introduction:

    Psychology is the scientific study of behavior and the mind. This course provides an overview of the study of psychology, focusing on historical and current issues and problems, the methods that are used for investigating them, the results that have been
    reported and the theories that explain them.


    Course Objective

    The main objective of this introductory course of psychology is to make students understand, explain and predict the behavior of human beings. Through the study of this course, students will be better able to understand both themselves and others, and will also be able to apply this understanding to real life situations and problems.

    Learning Outcomes

    After completing this course a student will be able to:

    1. View and discuss behavior from a scientific perspective
    2. Understand the role of psychology at work place
    3. Understand the wide panorama of different perspectives on the many different aspects of human behavior studied by psychologists
    4. Understand the advantage and limitations of the scientific method for studying people
    5. Avoid the most common misunderstandings about psychology and psychologists
    6. Relate what psychologists have found out about human behavior to their own understanding of people
    7. Understand the impact of both innate and learned individual characteristics (e.g., personality, emotional intelligence), and how these factors do and do not shape behavior

    Teaching Methodology and Requirements
    This course includes lectures, class discussions, exercises, and simulations. This multiplicity of methods allows students to:
    1. Test their understanding of theories and concepts presented in the readings.
    2. Use theories and concepts to analyze and solve actual problems in human beings. This theoretical knowledge is crucial: it allows you to be able to return to “first principles” in order to solve the new problems that you will face, continually, as a manager and a part of a society.
    3. Develop skills in communicating and understanding ideas, in listening to and understanding others, and in challenging others’ views in a way that advances everyone’s understanding.
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    Course Contents

    LEARNING
    • Classical Conditioning
    • Operant Conditioning
    • Comparing and Contrasting Conditioning
    • Cognitive Learning
    • Social Learning Theories
    • Ethology

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    Educational Psychology: Week 4 Lecture 1

    6:46

    نظرية الذكاءات المتعدّدة (Multiple intelligences) لهوارد جاردنر Howard Gardner

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    Download Minds of Their Own Recent Trends in Educational Psychology Inaugural Lecture jpg pdf

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    The psychology of self-motivation | Scott Geller | TEDxVirginiaTech

    15:54

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    Scott Geller is Alumni Distinguished Professor at Virginia Tech and Director of the Center for Applied Behavior Systems in the Department of Psychology. He is a Fellow of the American Psychological Association, the Association for Psychological Science, and the World Academy of Productivity and Quality. He has written numerous articles and books, including When No One's Watching: Living and Leading Self-motivation. Scott will examine how we can become self-motivated in The Psychology of Self-Motivation.

    In the spirit of ideas worth spreading, TEDx is a program of local, self-organized events that bring people together to share a TED-like experience. At a TEDx event, TEDTalks video and live speakers combine to spark deep discussion and connection in a small group. These local, self-organized events are branded TEDx, where x = independently organized TED event. The TED Conference provides general guidance for the TEDx program, but individual TEDx events are self-organized.* (*Subject to certain rules and regulations)

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