Case Studies in Educational Psychology
By Frank Adams
Published December 27th 2000 by Routledge – 200 pages
Series: Source Books on Education
Case Studies in Educational Psychology is comprised of 55 diverse and realistic case studies that will shape and compliment any Educational Psychology curriculum. The essays are grouped into 10 well-organized units that address issues ranging from Classroom Management to Moral Development, Children from Broken Homes, and Homelessness. Each study concludes with thought-provoking discussions questions that both stimulate discourse around the important issues in Educational Psychology and bring to light the practical implications/applications of each study. Case Studies in Educational Psychology is a challenging yet highly accessible volume - an ideal text for students and teachers of Education Psychology.
"The book is an excellent supplemental text for undergraduate and graduate coursework in education, counseling, and developmental psychology." -- CHOICE, December 2001
Frank Adams is Professor of Education at Wayne State College in Nebraska.