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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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    Educational Psychology: Lecture 1

    44:15

    An introduction to the instructor and the course.

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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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    Memory - Education Psychology Lecture by Mr. Vinod Jain

    5:26

    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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    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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    Educational Psychology: Lecture 3

    50:37

    A discussion of cognitive and language development.

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    A lecture on Educational Psychology

    34:21

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

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    Educational Psychology: Lecture 4

    40:56

    A discussion of social contexts and socioemotional development.

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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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    The Drive for Equilibrium: Piaget, Vygotsky, and the Rise of Educational Psychology - A Lecture

    26:10

    Dr. Rosa provides a lecture on the rise of Educational Psychology.

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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 1 Lecture 2

    11:05

    علم النفس التربوي

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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: Week 5 Lecture 1

    19:56

    مبنى المجموعة

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    Educational Psychology: Week 1 Lecture 1

    4:56

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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: Lecture 12

    34:57

    An introduction to behavior modification

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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
    Infornation & enrollment:

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    Educational Psychology: Week 3 Lecture 2

    16:28

    نظرية النمو المعرفي جان بياجيه

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    Educational Psychology: Week 2 Lecture 1

    9:15

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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 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: Lecture 10

    48:20

    A discussion of advanced cognitive processes

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    Educational Psychology: Week 2 Lecture 2

    6:37

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    Educational Psychology: Week 4 Lecture 3

    9:04

    الفروق الفردية بين الأشخاص

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    Mindfulness - Meditation - Mind Health - Psychology - Education - history channel documentary

    1:6:03

    Mindfulness - Meditation - Mind Health - Psychology - Education - history channel documentary


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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.

    Mindfulness - Meditation - Mind Health - Psychology - Education - history channel documentary

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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: Week 6 Lecture 1

    14:27

    الامتثال

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

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    Educational Psychology: Week 4 Lecture 2

    5:09

    مقاييس الذكاء

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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 6 Lecture 2

    17:07

    المواقف

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    Educational Psychology: Week 7 Lecture 1

    7:38

    عملية التعلم

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    Educational Psychology: Week 9 Lecture 1

    5:53

    وظائف المدرسة

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    Educational Psychology: Week 5 Lecture 2

    17:25

    المعايير

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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 3 Lecture 1: ( القدرات العقلية (الذكاء

    6:50

    القدرات العقلية (الذكاء)

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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 2

    5:15

    المعلم كقائد- أنواع القيادة

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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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    Psychology 130 - Lecture 5: Assessment

    40:43

    Psychology 130, 001 - Fall 2013
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    How Students Learn: Strategies for Teaching from the Psychology of Learning

    57:28

    Abundant research demonstrates that learning takes place when the student's mind actively engages in the material. The major problem is determining how to increase that activity. Within the discipline of human memory, learning, and cognition exists a vast body of literature dealing specifically with this issue. Participants will leave this workshop with an understanding of the basic concepts in human learning, how to present information so that students most effectively encode it into long-term memory, and how to help students know when they know.

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    Educational Psychology: Week 7 Lecture 2

    12:31

    نظرية الاشراط الكلاسيكي

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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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    The Power of Motivation: Crash Course Psychology #17

    11:20

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    Feeling motivated? Even if you are, do you know why? The story of Aaron Ralston can tell us a lot about motivation. In this episode of Crash Course Psychology, Hank tells us Ralston's story, as well as 4 theories of motivation and some evolutionary perspectives on motivation.

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    Evolutionary Perspective 1:38:22
    Drive-Reduction 2:45:10
    Optimal Arousal 3:38:21
    Maslow's Hierarchy of Needs 4:49:04
    How Sex, Hunger, and the Need to Belong Motivate us 5:29:02

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    A Lecture in Psychology: Self-Affirmation and Social Psychological Intervention

    27:59

    Geoffrey L. Cohen, Professor in Stanford University's Graduate School of Education, Department of Psychology, and (by courtesy) the Graduate School of Business, and David Sherman, Professor of Psychological and Brain Sciences at the University of California, Santa Barbara, talk about their article The Psychology of Change: Self-Affirmation and Social Psychological Intervention, which they wrote together for the 2014 Annual Review of Psychology. In this lecture, the explain how self-affirmation affects social and education outcomes. Focusing on values affirmation, in which people write about values they hold dear, they show how short, inexpensive exercises can help counter the effects of stress and improve performance in members of certain socioeconomic categories.

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    The Psychology of Food: Paul Rozin, Professor of Psychology, University of Pennsylvania

    1:29:28

    Paul Rozin, Professor of Psychology at the University of Pennsylvania, and the author of numerous publications on Cultural Psychology, speaks on the role of food in human life, positive psychology, and ethnopolitical conflict. Edible Education is a lecture course at UC Berkeley, funded by the Edible Schoolyard Project edibleschoolyard.org and the Epstein Roth Family Foundation. Instructor Michael Pollan.

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    2009 TLHE Invited Lecture 4: Experiencing Teaching and Learning in Higher Education

    28:30

    SPEAKER :
    Professor Michael Prosser
    Executive Director
    Centre for the Advancement of University Teaching
    The University of Hong Kong

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    Student learning in higher education has been an active area of research for the last thirty years. The research described key variations in the way students approach their studies and how such approaches relate to teaching and learning contexts, perceptions of those contexts and to student learning outcomes. In 1993, Professor Keith Trigwell and I began researching teaching in higher education from a student learning perspective. Our work described pedagogical approaches adopted by teachers in higher education and how those approaches affect students learning. We also examined how their approaches to teaching relate to their perceptions of their subject matter and areas of research. This presentation reviews this research and addresses what implications the research outcomes have for future research and practice in teaching and learning in higher education.

    About the Speaker

    Michael Prosser is Professor and Executive Director of the Centre for the Advancement of University Teaching (CAUT) at, the University of Hong Kong. He arrived at CAUT in 2007 from the Higher Education Academy (UK), where he was the Director of Research and Evaluation. He also holds honorary research appointments at the Universities of Oxford, Sydney and York. His teaching, research and academic development interests are in the field of student learning in higher education, focussing primarily on students experiences of learning and its relationship to teachers experiences of teaching and research. He is currently an Advisory Editor of the British Journal of Educational Psychology (BJEP) and was elected a life member of the Higher Education Research and Development Society of Australasia for distinguished contributions to teaching and research in higher education.


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