Psychology of learning



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Unit End Exercises :

1) Explain how maturation affects the teaching learning process in classroom.
2) Discuss the significance of attention and perception to learning.
3) Define motivation. Differentiate between intrinsic and extrinsic motivation
4) Distinguish between Maslow and Murray theories of motivation
5) What is the relevance of motivation to students learning
6) Discuss the kind of fatigue, how as a teacher we can remove the fatigue of students in classroom situation.

6.7 SUGGESTED READINGS

Ayeni, O. (1991).
Psychology of Human Learning for Teachers
Ilesa: College of Education.
Crowl, T.K., Kaminsky, S, Podell, D.M. (1997).
Educational
Psychology Windows on Teaching
. Chicago Brown and Benchmark Publishers.
Deci, E.L. and Ryan, RM. (1985).
Intrinsic Motivation and Self-
Determination in Human Behaviour.
New York Plenum.
Maslow, AH. (1970).
Motivation and Personality
, New York Harper and Row.
Oladele, JO.
Fundamentals of Educational Psychology
Yaba:Johns-Lad Publishers Ltd.
Onyehalu, AS (1988).
Psychological Foundations of Education.

Awka:Meks-Unique (Nig.) Publishers.
Sharma N.Ram, Sharma R.K (2006)
Advance Educational
Psychology

, Atlantic Publisher, India.


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