Educational Psychology: Meaning Making for Teachers and Learners
Inspired by the contributions of Vygotsky, Freire, and a host of post-modern, feminist, and critical educators, Educational Psychology: Meaning Making for Teachers and Learners is a collection of writing dedicated to individual learners and seeking to create a collective, egalitarian enlightenment. This educational psychology series strives to involve the best of today’s researchers and practitioners in a dialogue dedicated a mutual educational and cultural advantage for both teachers and learners. Looking to stimulate and promote positive changes in the pedagogy and practice of learning, Educational Psychology: Meaning Making for Teachers and Learners seeks contributions from writers who are both proffering solutions and are proud to have their voices heard.
Children and Trauma
Critical Perspectives for Meeting the Needs of Diverse Educational Communities
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