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Educational Psychology Career Guide

Educational Psychology Career Guide

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The term educational psychology involves the study of how children, adolescents and adults learn in schools and colleges. This field of study involves the psychology of teaching in educational settings, the efficiency of educational interventions and the psychology of schools in social areas.
The term educational psychology involves the study of how children, adolescents and adults learn in schools and colleges. This field of study involves the psychology of teaching in educational settings, the efficiency of educational interventions and the psychology of schools in social areas.

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Published by: Helping Psychology on Dec 04, 2010
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Educational Psychology Career Guide
The termeducational psychologyinvolves the study of how children, adolescents and adults learn in schools andcolleges. This field of study involves the psychology of teaching in educational settings, the efficiency of educational interventions and the psychology of schools in social areas.Although the terms school psychology and educational psychology have often been substituted for one another,they are not the same. Theorists and researchers are more likely to be recognized as educational psychologists,while practitioners in either schools or school-related settings are recognized as school psychologists. The fieldof educational psychology often focuses on subgroups such as those subject to certain disabilities and giftedchildren, and it is concerned with how students develop and learn.
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The role of an educational psychologist is to study a student’s behavior and his or her capabilities to learn in anacademic environment. These psychologists are concerned with the tools and teaching techniques in theclassroom in hopes of facilitating learning. This comes about by research done on classroom dynamics andteaching methods. They also research sub-groups that are within student populations such as students withlearning disabilities, gifted children or those with behavioral problems.
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. School psychologists are concerned with the needs of individual students. In the field of educationalpsychology, school psychologists develop treatment plans, perform performance evaluations and diagnosticassessments, and monitor effectiveness and progress.

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