Learning as Second Nature
A Paperback edition by Tim Corcoran in English (Sep 1, 2018)
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Short Description: The majority of psychological research relies on scientific explanations of human nature as predictable and universal, establishing cause by reducing dynamic action to constituent... Read more
The majority of psychological research relies on scientific explanations of human nature as predictable and universal, establishing cause by reducing dynamic action to constituent genetic or neurochemical parts. This can be described as first nature psychology and is so widely accepted it can seem as though it is the only way to understand the psychology of learning. This book argues for an alternate/complementary option and introduces second nature psychologies or critical psychological applications in/to psychosocial educational practice. It covers a range of contemporary topics and will be essential reading for researchers, school leaders and policy makers.
Learning as Second Nature Paperback edition by Tim Corcoran
- Tim Corcoran
- Taylor & Francis Ltd , Routledge
- Publication date
- Sep 1, 2018
- Product dimensions
- 156 x 234mm
Foreword by Professor Roger Slee
Pt. I. Second nature psychologies.
Ch. 1 Back in black
Ch. 2 Findings and makings
Ch. 3 Education as psychosocial justice
Pt. II. Education as second nature
Ch. 4 Being well educated
Ch.5 Behaving accordingly
Ch. 6 Health educating
Ch. 7 Disabling normalcy
Ch. 8 Indigeneity & Globalisation
Ch. 9 Creativity for all
Pt. III. Conclusion (8-10k)
Ch. 10 Lifting your eyes