Advanced Educational Psychology
Examining critically the relationship between learning theories and learning, the use of learning media, and educational technology. This ability includes (1) making decisions and solving problems wisely, (2) applying knowledge, experience and thinking skills in a more practical manner both inside and outside the organization/school, (3) producing creative and innovative ideas or creations, ( 4) overcoming rushed, vague and narrow ways of thinking, (5) improving cognitive and affective aspects, and (6) being open in accepting and giving opinions, making judgments based on reasons and evidence, and daring to give views and criticism
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