Instructional Psychology (3) Application to instructional design of current developments in research on human development, information processing, learning strategies, memory structures, instructional processes.
EDPSY 528 Instructional Psychology (3)
The objective of this course deals with psychological research on mental structures and on the relation of these to learning of basic skills and school subjects exhibiting increasing capability for investigating and implementing emerging principles that meet the complex demands of education and instructional practice. The content and requirements of this course will be shifting continually to keep up with these developments. This course relates various phases of instruction to correlated processes engaged by the learner. The readings will be from the journal literature and/or recent textbooks.
Note : Class size, frequency of offering, and evaluation methods will vary by location and instructor. For these details check the specific course syllabus.