The Psychology of Great Teaching
(Almost) Everything Teachers Ought to Know
Pedro De Bruyckere, Casper Hulshof, Liese Missinne
This is your essential teaching companion that offers a broad understanding of modern psychology and how ideas from psychological theory and research can be relevant to any classroom.
Explore robust, current ideas and contemporary findings from different psychological disciplines, such as cognitive psychology, developmental psychology, social psychology, personality theory and systems theory, and learn new insights to enhance your teaching.
Deepen your knowledge of how students and young people develop as individuals and how a greater understanding of human behaviour can make you a more effective teacher. Each chapter includes ‘teacher takeaways’ offering practical advice on how to translate up-to-date psychological ideas into effective teaching techniques.
The perfect read for teachers and those training to teach school students of any age.
Pedro De Bruyckere is an educational scientist at the Artevelde University College of Applied Sciences and Leiden University.
Casper Hulshof is a psychologist who teaches Educational Science at Utrecht University.
Liese Missinne is an educational scientist and teacher trainer at the Artevelde University College of Applied Sciences.