What is Educational Psychology? Posted on May 29, 2019May 29, 2019 by Hans Swaniawski by Hans Swaniawski Post navigation 8.5" LCD Writing Tablet ReviewThe Literature Review 9 thoughts on “What is Educational Psychology?” Why is her nose on the side of her face instead of underneath her eyes and above the lips? Reply Informative vid 😊 Reply thanks a lot Reply Great video! Thanks! Reply where is the rest please i need the second part Reply Tiny error:"Student's social environment effects their development and…" Reply My daughter has waited weeks for an Educational Psychologist to visit the school for my grandson. He finally came with a schedule prepared. It was given to the teachers and now a meeting is required to put this schedule in place. Of my little understanding of this profession, I wonder where the psychology comes in when a schedule has been set without seeing the child or speaking to the parent? How or where does an IEP come in without seeing a child at all. Has this practice been minimised into a schedule that now fits all without even meeting the child/parent? Reply Thanks to share such a nice presentation for educational psychology. it is helpful to those students who are intial learner and teacher trainees to development of their skills. Thanks Reply I liked your video. If you believe that Age of REASON is unavoidable, then you should check out my channel. I have teamed up with the Godless Engineer and The Prototype Atheist to create REASON, Religiously Educated Atheists, Secularists, and Other Non-Theists, also known as The Secular Round Table. We have a weekly livestream every Sunday at 9pm eastern, a biweekly podcast, a weekly newsletter, a brand new website, and tshirts. If you get the time, please check us out. You should also consider attending our live stream or podcast as a guest. We like to get different perspectives on our show and network with new people. Reply Leave a Reply Cancel reply Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *Comment Name * Email * Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.