Applying Research and Educational Psychology
to Diverse Learning Environments
Learning and instruction is the application of psychological principles and concepts to solve problems in educational and training settings. Individual differences, cognitive
and social development, learning and motivational theory, instructional design, classroom teaching and management, and assessment are common topics addressed in the program.
The program provides working professionals with the research skills and core content to make use of and contribute to the knowledge base in learning and instruction.
Using the latest technology to assist in instructional delivery and support, coursework focuses on learners and learning, instructional settings, research skills, and special education.
There is also an option to obtain a Concentration in Special Education or a Concentration in Digital Technology for Teaching and Learning (nine credits).
For more information please contact the SOE prospective student adviser, Lisa Klope, at (415) 422-5467 or firstname.lastname@example.org.