2020-2021 Course Catalog

PSYCH 200 Educational Psychology

examines application of the psychological principles to educational practice and classroom behavior strategies. Special emphasis is placed on understanding learner cognitive and psychological development, motivation, intelligence, evaluation, measurement, assessment, and the impact of culture on learning styles. The course requires 10 clock hours of formal classroom field experience to be arranged with the instructor. Students may be required to provide a criminal background check to school districts before participating in field experiences. A student may not receive credit for both ED 200 and PSYCH 200. This course is applicable toward all certificates and degrees; group requirements include social science (AAS only); areas of concentration include psychology, social science, teacher education (credit hours 3.0, lecture hours 3.0).





Division and Department

Liberal Arts / Social Science