EDUCATION: Educational Psychology

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TitleAuthorFormatPublication DatePriceSelect Item
Cover: The Girl with the Brown CrayonThe Girl with the Brown CrayonPaley, Vivian GussinPAPERBACK09/15/1998$23.00
Cover: How Girls AchieveHow Girls AchieveNuamah, Sally A.HARDCOVER04/22/2019$23.95
Cover: Judging School Discipline: The Crisis of Moral AuthorityJudging School Discipline: The Crisis of Moral AuthorityArum, RichardPAPERBACK09/30/2005$31.00
Cover: Make It Stick: The Science of Successful LearningMake It Stick: The Science of Successful LearningBrown, Peter C.
Roediger, Henry L.
McDaniel, Mark A.
HARDCOVER04/14/2014$32.00
Cover: Minds Online: Teaching Effectively with TechnologyMinds Online: Teaching Effectively with TechnologyMiller, Michelle D.PAPERBACK03/14/2016$20.00
Cover: The Point of Words: Children’s Understanding of Metaphor and IronyThe Point of Words: Children’s Understanding of Metaphor and IronyWinner, EllenPAPERBACK03/25/1997$33.50
Cover: Print Literacy Development: Uniting Cognitive and Social Practice TheoriesPrint Literacy Development: Uniting Cognitive and Social Practice TheoriesPurcell-Gates, Victoria
Jacobson, Erik
Degener, Sophie
PAPERBACK09/01/2006$36.50
Cover: Psychological Tools: A Sociocultural Approach to EducationPsychological Tools: A Sociocultural Approach to EducationKozulin, AlexPAPERBACK12/21/2001$44.00
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