Introduction to Educational Psychology
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Mr. Janoff, a social studies teacher, sometimes has students who request copies of his notes or slides from class. He explains that it is better for students to take the notes themselves. Taking notes helps students improve their
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CLEP® Introduction to Educational Psychology Examination Guide
The Intro to Educational Psychology exam covers cognition, teaching methods, child development, and learning assessment.
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