Educational Psychology 2: Learning & Motivations

Psychologists’ Verified Theories that help you realize your full potential

Why do we need Educational Psychology?

What you’ll learn

  • You will have specific teaching skills based on the several verified learning theories.
  • You will have effective learning skills from cognitive learning theories.
  • You will be able to motivate not only your students but also yourself to work harder.
  • You will be able to develop an intelligence needed to lead you to success in life.
  • You will be able to raise your children in a way that they can grow into a person who has all the things needed for their success in terms of intelligence and motivation.

Course Content

  • Learning Theory – Behaviorism –> 5 lectures • 34min.
  • Learning Theory – Cognitive Psychology –> 9 lectures • 59min.
  • Motivation Theory –> 12 lectures • 1hr 22min.
  • Final Review –> 1 lecture • 6min.

Educational Psychology 2: Learning & Motivations


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Why do we need Educational Psychology?

Do you want to become a better teacher? Or do you want to become a star performer where you work?

Educational Psychology is like a precious jewel that helps you become a better teacher and a star performer. It teaches how to become a real human being in terms of education and psychology. It will help you to realize your full potential because it teaches you verified theories of Educational Psychology.


The Verified Theories of Educational Psychology 

Educational psychology is a study about the psychology of students and teachers.
For example, some students may have high IQ scores but they have poor grades at school. Or, some students may spend a lot of time studying but they may have poor grades. Educational psychology is a study of psychologically why this phenomenon happens.
Educational psychology teaches you 4 main subjects that each are Development, Intelligence, Learning and Motivation.


Contents and Overview

You will be able to learn 2 main categories of educational psychology

1) Learning
– Behaviorism
– Cognitive Psychology

2) Motivations

– Extrinsic and Intrinsic Motivation

– Hierarchy of Needs

– Attribution, Self-Efficacy, Self-Determination


Learning also takes place through Discussion

I will be available for your question at Q&A, and looking forward to talking with you about how to make use of educational psychology in your actual context where you work.


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