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Educational Psychology

Educational Psychology
Second Edition

Kelvin Seifert and Rosemary Sutton
Copyright © 2009 Kelvin Seifert For any questions about this text, please email:

Editor-In-Chief: Kelvin Seifert Associate Editor: Marisa Drexel Editorial Assistant: Jackie Sharman Proofreader: Rachel Pugliese

The Global Text Project is funded by the Jacobs Foundation,Zurich, Switzerland

This book is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 3.0 License

This book is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 3.0 License

About the authors and reviewer Author, Kelvin Seifert
Kelvin Seifert is professor of educational psychology at the University of Manitoba, Winnipeg, Canada. He earned a BA from Swarthmore College in 1967 and a PhD from theUniversity of Michigan in 1973, in a combined program from the School of Education and the Department of Psychology. His research interests include the personal identity development of teachers, the impact of peers in 0pre-service teacher education, and the development of effective strategies of blended learning. He is the author of four university textbooks (with Houghton Mifflin, in traditional printformat) about educational psychology, child and adolescent development, and lifespan human development. He is also the editor of the online Canadian Journal of Educational Administration and Policy. Recent publications include “Student cohorts: Support groups or intellectual communities?” (Teachers College Record) and “Learning about peers: A missed opportunity for educational psychology” (TheClearinghouse). His professional service includes serving as chair of the Department of Educational Administration, Foundations, and Psychology at the University of Manitoba, and serving as president of the American Educational Research Association Special Interest Group on Teaching Educational Psychology. During his career of 35 years, he has taught introductory educational psychology over 75 times.Author, Rosemary Sutton
After four years of teaching high school mathematics in New Zealand, Dr Rosemary Sutton attended graduate school and earned her MS in Educational Psychology from the University of Illinois and her PhD from Pennsylvania State University in Human Development. She joined the Cleveland State University faculty in Cleveland, Ohio in 1983 and since that time has taughtpre-service and in service undergraduates and graduate students educational psychology and educational technology. She has received several University awards for her teaching and has conducted numerous workshops for teachers in North East Ohio. Dr Sutton has published a variety research articles on teacher development as well as equity issues in mathematics, technology, and assessment. Her recentresearch interests have focused in two areas: teaching educational psychology and teachers' emotions. Recent publications can be found in Social Psychology of Education, Educational Psychology Review, Journal of Teacher Education, and an edited volume, Emotions and Education. Since 2004, Dr Sutton has been working as an Administrator, first as the Director of Assessment for the University. This positioninvolved coordinating the student learning assessment for all graduate, undergraduate, and student support programs. In August 2007, Dr Sutton was appointed Vice Provost for Undergraduate Studies and is now responsible for overseeing offices and functions from academic and student service areas in order to create a campus culture that coordinates student services with the academic mission of theUniversity.

Reviewer, Sandra Deemer
Sandra Deemer is professor of educational foundations at Millersville University, in Millersville, PA. She is also the editor of the online journal called "Teaching Educational Psychology," and has contributed to the development of the Special Interest Group on Teaching Educational Psychology (TEP SIG) sponsored by the American Educational Research...
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